Ultrasound For Pond Algae Control

If you’ve read much about pond algae control lately, you’ve probably come across some new information about the use of ultrasound or ultrasonic sound waves being used to control pond algae.

We’ve worked with ultrasound for several years now and found it to be highly effective on some types of algae. New and very recent advancements are now making this an even more viable and useful tool for many pond algae problems.

In this video, you’ll learn what makes up a typical ultrasound system, and how it actually works to control algae. You’ll also find out why we’ve made a recent switch to an American made ultrasonic system that is packed full of technological advances that are raising the bar to a higher level of performance than we’ve ever seen before in this area of pond algae control.

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3 Responses to Ultrasound For Pond Algae Control

  1. maypo June 6, 2009 at 6:17 pm #

    great video. I have a 35ft round pond and have algae problems. This sounds like the way to go, because I don’t like using any kind of “cides” in my yard.

  2. Mark June 8, 2009 at 8:15 pm #

    Hi Maypo,
    I think that’s one of ultrasounds greatest benefits. There are certain kinds of “additives” that are useful for ponds. Usually anything ending in “cide” isn’t the best option to choose and all additives add up over time. This makes the cost of ultrasound a lot more appealing if you plan over the long term.

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