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Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier product review.
Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier.
Now, you know me. I don't usually do this kind of article, but I recently purchased a uv clarifier for my garden pond. The reason I felt the need to make the purchase was because I could not get the water clear for love nor money.
I was determined this summer that I would be able to enjoy my garden pond and be able to see all my lovely fish.
Read on to see what the Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier can do for your garden pond.
How does a UV Clarifier work?
I am glad you asked that.
A UV Clarifier works by running your pond water across an ultra violet light which in turn kills the growth of blanket weed therefore clearing your green water. The dead particles left after the blanket weed dies is then filtered out of your pond via your loose media Bio filter which is advisable to use in conjunction with your Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier.
Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier
Is not only good for your bank balance as you will not have to purchase any chemicals to clear your water it is also good for the continued quality of your pond water. This makes for happier contented fish free from any stress due to poor water quality. So you see you owe it not only to your fish to purchase a Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier, but you owe it to yourself and your financial future as you will no longer have to waste money on products which only attack the problem for a short while requiring treatment ongoing to keep green water under control.
Banish Green Water for good
With a Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier you will banish green water for good. If you use in conjunction with a loose media filter box you are guaranteed to have clear pond water.
There are various other ways to clear your green garden pond water which usually involves spending money on products which invariably only work for a short period of time before the need to treat the condition again. With the Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier you remove the need to constantly treat your pond using chemicals which has got to be good, not only for the health of your fish, but also for the quality of the pond water.
Hozelock Ecocel 10000 ltr Filter Box
Use your Hozelock Vorton 4500 UV Clarifier in conjunction with a Hozelock Ecocel 10000 ltr Filter Box or similar depending on the size of your pond and you will never have to worry about green water or clogged filters ever again.
I am so happy with my UV Clarifier because I was spending money for no need buying products to clear green water which do not work as effectively as a UV Clarifier. Before I bought my UV Clarifier I had a Hozelock filter box which included a UV Clarifier in the top. This worked, but over time the lamp became less effective and the internals of the light had deteriorated, hence the need to purchase a better quality product.
Barley straw a natural remedy to green water.
Barley straw can also be used in conjunction with your filter system and will aid the clearance of your green water.
It is well documented and thought that Barley straw when placed in pond water once it starts to decay in sunlight that the chemicals released are an aid to clearing your pond water. Often you see it used in large fishing lakes in order to clear green water. It is also evident where I live in the East of England when barley fields are harvested and the Fen drains at the side of the fields are crystal clear in the summer time. This is due to the farmers placing the straw in the edges of the river drains. Fishermen love this as they can see the fish in the drains quite clearly. They can even see when a fish is taking the bait off of their hooks.
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Buy your UV Clarifier without delay.
Buy now to ensure that your pond is clear within 2 weeks and enjoy your ornamental fish pond for the whole summer and improve the water quality and the health of you fish in return.
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