Pond Pumps

To maintain clean, beautiful water in your pond, you need to keep the water moving. A pump will prevent stagnant waters that can lead to bad odors and mosquitoes nesting in your pond. Plus, you can attach a nozzle kit or spitter to add oxygen to water for a healthy aquatic environment.

About Our Pond Pump Selection

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Selecting a TotalPond Pond Pump

Choose a pump that will turn the pond’s total water volume at least once every two hours. For example, if your pond holds 400 gallons of water you should choose a pump with a GPH (gallons per hour) rating of 200 or more.

TIP! If you will be adding fish to your pond, take into account that fish and Koi require additional water circulation, filtration, and aeration to maintain a balanced environment.

Pump Size For ponds up to Dimensions with adapter

330 GPH

600 gallons

6 x 2.2 x 6 in.

560 GPH

1000 gallons

6 x 2.2 x 6.375 in.

800 GPH

1600 gallons

6 x 4 x 6.375 in.

Pump Add-ons

pond filter box
pond nozzle kit
pond pump tubing

Pumps work best when used with filtration and aeration. Nozzles attach directly to pond pumps, but most filtration and other accessories must be connected with tubing. All pumps and filters recommend the appropriate tubing. All TotalPond Pond Pumps are compatible with 3/4 in. ID (inner-diameter) tubing.

We recommend a Pre-filter, Universal Filter Box, or a mesh pumpshield® to protect and extend the life of your pump.