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Heating Ponds

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Posted by: cpipes at Thu Dec 10 10:58:42 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by cpipes ]  
   

Does anyone have any experience using submersible heaters from Innovative Heat Concepts LLC? I believe they're located in Miami, FL. Here's the link: http://www.heatingyourpond.com/submersible-heaters.html#. Like most FL croc keepers, I use well water to fill my ponds. I have a concrete pond and my enclosure has it's own sprinkler zone. With that said, I am able to fill the pond with well water in timed intervals. I've had good success with this method over the years, but would like to create and maintain a more stable temperature of 72-75 degrees fahrenheit during the months of Jan and Feb. Filling my pond with well water usually keeps the temp somewhere between 68-70 degrees. I sent an e-mail to the company in question and awaiting a response. Of course, their heaters will only be able to heat small ponds and mine is around 1,795 gallons. Thanks for any feedback.

Chris


   

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