Little Giant Filters Little Giant Filters Promotes beneficial bacteria growth for a natural balance in ponds Features: Provides both biological and mechanical filtration Easy to use back-flush system Grip-N-Twist handle allows cleaning without removing the lid 3 Year Warranty
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Little Giant Pressurized Filter

Installed above or under ground, these pressurized filter systems improve filtration and promote the colonization of beneficial bacteria. Maintenance is a simple backwash with the valve.

Mechanical filter media - High surface area sponge media traps solid waste, maintaining clean and healthful water.

Biological filter media - Bio-balls offer a large surface area and high porosity that allow the development of beneficial bacteria, which breaks down pollutants such as ammonia and nitrites.

  • Provides both biological and mechanical filtration
  • Easy to use back-flush system
  • Grab-N-Twist handle allows cleaning without removing the lid
  • Inlet/Outlet: 1"

Little Giant Pressurized Filter

Item Max Pond Size Max Flow Rate Dimensions
1,200 gallons
1,200 GPH
21"H x 14"D
2,400 gallons
2,400 GPH
25"H x 14"D
Little Giant Dual-Pump Filter With Adapter PF-AD-PW
  • Filters water by keeping debris from entering the pump and fountain nozzle
  • Includes two debris filters with easy-to-connect adapter
  • Designed for non-potable submersible use
  • Easy to clean filter pads

Fits Little Giant pumps: 566631, 566632, 566633.

Little Giant Dual-Pump Filter With Adapter PF-AD-PW

Item Description Dimensions (LxW) Inlet
Little Giant Dual Pump Filter
2.73" x 0.75"
1/2" push on
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