Algae Skimmer 1.52m

Algae Skimmer (1.51m wide) is specifically designed for the quick and easy skimming of floating algae direct from the waters surface. Designed with specific mesh for the collection of floating algae.

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The physical removal of free floating algae has several advantages particularly when infestations are advanced. Partial physical removal increases the effectiveness of algaecides applications, such as Coptrol by reducing the amount of spray being applied and speed up the overall treatment process. Partial physical removal or bulk physical removal takes out the nutrient loading held within the algae.

The Algae Skimmer is specifically designed to make the job of physically removing algae quick and easy. Safe and simple to use, the skimmer reduces the OH&S risks with its easy action to capture algae and remove it from the water. Each sweep, captures a path using a tailored screen mesh and as the skimmer is removed from the water it closes and traps the catch, for easy disposal onto the shore line or into a wheelbarrow or trailer.

The Industrial skimmer clears a path of 1.52m wide with every sweep and is ideal for larger water bodies or to clear smaller water bodies more quickly.

The Industrial skimmer clears a path of 1.52m wide with every sweep and is ideal for larger water bodies or to clear smaller water bodies more quickly.

The Industrial skimmer clears a path of 1520mm wide with every sweep and is ideal for larger water bodies or to clear smaller water bodies more quickly.

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Emergent Roots are anchored in the substrate with stems, leaves or flowers projecting above the water’s surface.
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Floating Attached Roots are attached to substrate. Stems, leaves or flowers may/may not be above water’s surface.
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Algae No distinguishable roots, stems or leaves.
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Free Floating Roots are not attached to substrate and float on the water’s surface.
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Submerged Growing below the water’s surface whether attached to substrate or not.
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