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Scott Aerator De-Icer, Floating, 1/2 HP 115 V (MPN 12000)

012000 - Scott Aerator De-Icer, Floating, 1/2 HP 115 V (MPN 12000)

The Scott Aerator Floating De-Icer is designed to keep large water surface areas open in the winter. Suspended from a float approximately 2 feet below the water's surface, it removes and prevents ice by bringing warmer water from the bottom and sending it out in a continuous agitated movement. The Floating De-Icer easily adjusts for variations in water levels, and its rugged engineering is perfect for both fresh and salt water.

  • 5-year, unconditional warranty on motor.
  • 400 gallons-per-minute flow rate.
  • Oil-free, environmentally friendly motor means no oil leaks!
  • Rugged, high-density polyurethane-and-stainless steel construction.
  • Motor specs: 115 volts, 60 Hz, single phase, 10 amps, 680 watts. We also have 230-volt, many variations of 3-phase, and 50-Hz models available.
  • 12-gauge, submersible, 35-foot, heavy-duty power cord with Hubbell marine plug included.
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Scott Aerator De-Icer, Floating, 1/2 HP 115 V (MPN 12000)
012000 - Scott Aerator De-Icer, Floating, 1/2 HP 115 V (MPN 12000)
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