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1/2 Pond Weighted Air Line 100ft

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½ inch weighted airline

When should I consider ½ inch weighted airline?

                ½ inch weighted airline will cause less friction losses than smaller airlines. This means ½ inch weighted airline is better suited for longer distances and higher flow rates. Medium sized ponds are where you are most likely to see this product.

Its durable build ensure that is long lasting and kink resistant to ensure smooth airflow. This means that you can install this airline and forget that it is even there.

Pond Aeration

Look no farther than Wholesale Septic Supply’s ½ inch weighted air hose for your pond aeration needs. This flexible and durable tubing is ideal for aerating your pond for fish, limiting algae growth, promoting aerobic bacteria, water circulation, increasing water clarity, and general pond care. The weight of the tubing will ensure it stays submerged and will help prevent movement of the tubing. This is our tubing of choice for pond aeration.

Septic Tank Aeration

Some people want an easy way to get as much air as possible into their septic tank. Wholesale Septic Supply has a weighted air with these people in mind. The flexible nature of this hose helps it get into oddly shaped septic tanks. Seriously consider this product if you are replacing existing air lines, adding additional diffusers, or adding aeration to a formerly anerobic system.

This weighted Air Line is NOT Perforated


  • Nominal Inner Diameter ½ in
  • Nominal Outer Diameter 0.960 in
  • Temperature Range 25 F to 150 F
  • Working Pressure at 70 F is 50 PSI
  • Naturally Sinks
  • Phthalate Free
  • RoHS
  • PVS
  • Black in color

P/N: K2W-0815X200100ft

½’’ Inner Diameter Weighted Tubing that is 100’ long

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