Laguna Pressure-Flo Complete Replacement Foam Kits
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$29.99 - $79.99

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  • Replacement Media for Laguna Pressure-Flo Filters
  • Foam Filtration Removes Debris From Pond Water
  • High Quality Mechanical Filtration

Keep your Laguna Pressure-Flo High Performance Pressurized Pond Filtration System performing at its best with a Laguna Pressure-Flo Complete Replacement Foam Kit. Each kit contains the appropriate number of replacement foam filters for your particular Laguna Pressure-Flo High Performance Pressurized Pond Filtration System along with detailed installation instructions. For Models: 1400, 2100, and 3200.

Tech Specs

From product dimensions to operation manuals, the TECH SPECS tab contains all of the information you need to choose the right equipment for your pond.

Item 110412
Item# 110412
Item 110413
Item# 110413
Item 110414
Item# 110414
Fits Pressure-Flo Model 1400 Model 2100 Model 3200
Manufacturers Part # PT1503 PT1505 PT1507
Number of Foam Pads 4 4 5

How To Use

Laguna Pressure-Flo Complete Replacement Foam Kits replace the worn or damaged foam filters in your Laguna Pressure-Flo High Performance Pressurized Pond Filtration System. Simply remove the old foam filters and replace with a new set.

When to Use

Laguna Pressure-Flo Complete Replacement Foam Kits should typically be installed once a season or if the filter foam in your existing Laguna Pressure-Flo High Performance Pressurized Pond Filtration System becomes damaged or worn. Clean and inspect your filters each season for signs of wear or damage and replace accordingly.

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