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#537383 07/05/21 05:53 PM
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Newbie pond owner... 3/4 surface acre average 8' depth, plan to place 2 diffusers... 1 in 5.5' of water and the other in 7.5' of water. Challenge is the closest access to electricity is about 70 yards to pier then another 25 yards (total 95 yards) and 40 (total 135 yards) yards to my 2 target diffuser spots in pond. Just started looking into systems, biggest concern is being able to run air and still have adequate pressure @ 95 and 135 yards from air pump. Appreciate any comments/feedback... THX

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I run it about 220 yards through 1" black plastic pipe, and that's nowhere near the record.


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Need to have an in-line valve where air supply splits to each diffuser so you can reduce pressure to shallow one so the deeper one will have the pressure it needs.

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