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View our entire range of UV , biological and pressurised pond filters, from leading brands such as Oase and Hozelock.

Pond Filters

If you want your garden pond or koi fish pond water to be clean, clear and healthy, it is essential that you invest in a quality pond filter. Not only does a filter help to eliminate insects, algae and bad odours from your pond, it will also help you maintain a safe habitat for your fish and other aquatic life.

Types of Pond Filters

There are several different types of filter available. Some of these include:

UV Filters

A UV filter is an ideal choice if bacteria, algae and blanket weed are preventing your pond water from staying clean. UV filters and UV clarifiers use ultraviolet light to eradicate harmful bacteria that can lead to poor quality water.

Biological Filters

Biological filters contain unique micro-organisms that help fight and break down nasty bacteria that can build up in your pond over time. Swallow Aquatics also stock biological and UV combination filters, which give you twin protection to create the ultimate pond filtration system.

Pressurised Filters

Pressurised filters are designed to be pressurised by a pond pump, which means water will always be under pressure as it passes through the filter container and outlet. This means that the outlet can be positioned higher than the filter, so it can easily be concealed away from the pond. While this is convenient, pressurised filters do require more regular cleaning than other filter types.

Which Type of Pond Filter is Right For Me?

If your pond ecosystem supports plants and wildlife, it is highly advisable that you purchase UV filter, biological filter or ideally, a combination of both. This will help ensure that your pond is free from harmful chemicals, bacteria and algae, creating a clean, safe environment for aquatic life to survive and thrive in.

You should also consider using a pond skimmer, which can help you control blanket weeds on the surface of your pond, while simultaneously helping you automate your cleaning routine. Nobody wants to be out in the garden with their pond vacuum every weekend!