The Tempest Explained
The Tempest filter is an innovative polishing system for ponds that will help to deliver crystal clear, healthy water. Designed to be used in conjunction with any filtration system, the Tempest offers additional mechanical and biological filtration. The Tempest filter can also be used on quarantine systems or as a standalone filter on smaller ponds up to 1,320 US Gallons.
The Tempest filter is easy to install and is simple and quick to clean, by way of a unique, patent pending air syphon design. During the cleaning process, air is drawn into the filter as it empties which causes the water to agitate, effectively cleaning the K+Media.
Using Evolution Aqua’s K+Media as the filter media, particles down to one micron can be filtered. Not only that, K+Media is the result of extensive research and development, moulded with minerals for faster maturation times.
How the Tempest Works
Water is pumped up through the Tempest Filter. The K+ Media moves to the top of the filter, becoming a mechanical barrier that traps debris as it flows through the system. Waste is trapped in the K+ Media until the cleaning cycle dislodges it and it gets flushed away. The slide valves on the Tempest Filter enable connection to 1½” pipe.
The Tempest is an efficient filter system and a great addition to any koi pond or water garden. We are sure you will appreciate how easy it is to set up and backwash.
K+Media is designed and manufactured by Evolution Aqua. This advanced media, with its innovative design and class leading surface area provides enhanced biological and mechanical filtration. As Evolution Aqua extrude the K+Media, minerals and enzymes are added to the raw material.
The result of this process, unique to Evolution Aqua, is a filtration media that not only outperforms most of its competitors due to its large protected surface area, but also answers the problem of how to speed up the time taken to mature your filter.
Ryan Cardillo, Green Brook Retail Manager explains the Tempest in the Youtube video below.
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