TMC Pro Pond 110 Watt Ultra Violet Clarifier

Product Code: 7026

(5) Based on 1 Review

Description

Tropical Marine Centre pioneered the development of the UV Cleansing system and has manufactured them since the late 1970's. This UV110 Watt Pro pond works by halting the reproduction of algae.

The ultraviolet radiation at a wavelength of 254 nanometers is extremely effective in doing so. At the heart of this UV110 are 2 x 55watt ultraviolet lamps sealed inside a quartz sleeve.

As water is pumped through the unit, ultraviolet light from the lamp destroys the green, single celled water borne algae (which makes garden ponds murky and unattractive), this UV110 will leave the water crystal clear. The benefit of this UV110 is that there is no adverse effect on sensitive plant and pond life.

The UV110 is designed for long life. The pro pond unit is supplied with no fittings to take flexible pipe, the TMC push-fit converstion kit is required if using 40mm flexible pipe and not the standard solvent weld pipe.

The Maximum Pond Size of the UV110 is 16000 Gallons. 

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Delivery Information

FREE Mainland UK* Delivery on orders over £40.00.
or £4.95 Delivery on Orders Under £40.00.
 £6.95 Next Working Day Delivery.

 *Additional delivery charges may apply to the following destinations: Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scottish Highlands. Please contact us for a customised delivery quote.

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating 5 / 5 Based On 1 Reviews

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 5 / 5
Price 5 / 5

Crystal Clear Water

My pond went really green over the last year, so i called gardensite to ask how best to fix this they suggested using this in conjunction with a new filter and pump combination works like a dream so clear i can see the bottom!

By Marcus Fenix.
27th, January, 2016.

Questions and Answers (6)

tony Asked:

How can you tell if the light is working on the TMC Pro Pond 110 Watt Ultra Violet Clarifier? Does it light up at the ends? Is there any way of checking and how do you know if the bulb is functioning ?

We Replied:

Dear Tony Thank you for your question. When the lamp is functioning the unit it will glow at the ends, we recommend changing these lamps every 6-8 months of continued use. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards David Coton

Sunday 23rd, March, 2014
Gillingham Asked:

I cannot find the replacement 55watt ultraviolet lamps or prices for the TMC Pro Pond 110watt ultra violent clarifier. I see they are sealed inside a quartz sleeve. If sealed, how do you replace them?

We Replied:

Dear Gillingham Please find the correct bulbs on the link below: /Aquatics/Replacement_Pond_UV_UVC_Lamps_T5_T8.htm To replace the bulbs you must first turn the unit off, remove the blue end caps and unscrew the u shaped brackets on the ends of the unit, then you will be able to access the bulbs to be replaced. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan Everton

Sunday 19th, April, 2015
Graeme Hespe Asked:

I am in Australia and would like to order the TMC Pro Pond 110 watt. Can you please advise the total cost including freight?

We Replied:

Dear Graeme Thank you for your question. We are sorry to say we are unable to ship this item to Australia due to its fragile nature. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Paul Ilsley

Friday 26th, June, 2015
Shaun Asked:

About a month ago i replaced the tubes in my UV110 as the originals had packed up and the water was turning green and murky. After a couple of weeks my water was becoming a lot clearer but now it has become murky again. Both tubes are working fine. The 17000 pump seems fine and the filters all seem to be working. Could the replacement tubes be substandard as I cannot think of any other reason for this problem?

We Replied:

Dear Sean Thank you for your question. Murky water is usually due to the filter not the UV which is there to help combat green water. You will usually find that cleaning the filter foams out, and also cleaning the pump casing, should help with the murkiness. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan Everton

Tuesday 30th, June, 2015
Stephen Asked:

I understand TMC do a 110w UV for marine fish tanks. Is this the same unit just labeled up different? My friend has one and it looks exactly the same as the one in your picture! If it's a different unit can you get me one and will it be the same price as the pond one? if not how much?

We Replied:

Dear Stephen Thank you for your question. There is a version of this UV for marine tanks at the price of £388.99, it is different to this one. We would have to order this in and the delivery time is approximately 10 working days. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind Regards Dan Everton

Monday 24th, August, 2015
sue Asked:

I have a natural garden pond which is 30+ years old - the water is circulated but I don't wish to use a filter system. I have very green water this year - will your UV light help?

We Replied:

Dear Sue Thank you for your question. A UV will help clear the green water but we would recommend a pump, filter and UV combined. To best advise you we would need to know the size of the pond, please feel free to call us on 0121 355 7701. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan Everton

Saturday 14th, May, 2016

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