Atlantic Water Gardens FilterFalls

A pond filter and waterfall in one unit. FilterFalls does it all. Beyond creating the visual and aural beauty of a waterfall, FilterFalls units provide biological filtration and water aeration. The filtration properties of FilterFalls' Bio-Tech mats and media help establish a balanced ecosystem for plants and fish. FilterFalls units are designed to be easily camouflaged with natural materials and easily accessed for routine maintenance.

Atlantic Water Gardens FilterFalls Features at a Glance

  • Extra wide spillway enhances the waterfall and aerates the water
  • Open swirl chamber lets water flows evenly and efficiently through filter media
  • Three separate filtering actions for clean water
  • Designed to be camouflaged with natural materials and plants
  • Extra large container holds more bacteria for a cleaner pond
  • Black polyethylene container is warranted for life

Atlantic's FilterFalls combine the best technology and high-quality construction at an affordable price. Easy to install and maintain, these products allow the do-it-yourselfer to achieve outstanding results.

BF1000 Filter Falls Specification:

  • Wier Opening Size: 14"
  • Filtration: Biological and Mechanical
  • Maxiumu Pond Volume: 1,200 gallons
  • Pump Flow Range: 2,000 gph
  • Inlet: 1.5" FPT
  • Dimensions: 20" W x 14" D x 15" H

BF1250 Filter Falls Specification:

  • Wier Opening Size: 17"
  • Filtration: Biological and Mechanical
  • Maxiumu Pond Volume: 2,000 gallons
  • Pump Flow Range: 3,500 gph
  • Inlet: 1.5" FPT
  • Dimensions: 24" W x 27" D x 15" H

BF1500 Filter Falls Specification:

  • Wier Opening Size: 19"
  • Filtration: Biological and Mechanical
  • Maxiumu Pond Volume: 3,000 gallons
  • Pump Flow Range: 4,000 gph
  • Inlet: 1.5" FPT
  • Dimensions: 24" W x 30" D x 20" H

Some General Rules for Waterfalls: A 1/2” deep water flow at the weir (the part the water falls off of ) requires 100 gallons per hour (gph) per inch of width. Most residential disappearing waterfalls are twice that.

To determine pump flow at the falls: Head pressure may be calculated using 1 foot of pressure for each foot of height above water level and 1 foot of pressure for each 10 feet of tubing after the €first 10 feet.

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