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Pumps Find a replacement pump here that fits well into the most popular skimmers on the market including

At the Koi Depot of san Diego, we're proud to offer the most reliable Koi Pond and Water Garden Pumps, at the Best Prices.

Find a replacement pump here that fits well into the most popular skimmers on the market including "Classic" and "Signature" Aquascape Designs, EasyPro, Pondsweep and Atlantic Water Gardens,Helix Pond Skimmer.

We don't stop at just selection, we back up everything we sell with expert support on how to install and maintain your new pumps.

We'll get you on the road to a successful Koi pond, we have everything you need... except the water!

Water pumps have variances in electrical usage and electrical costs. To maintain a healthy environment for your Koi, you must run the water pump 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The following formula will assist you in determining how much you will spend (approximately) per month to run the pump you select.


  • Amps x Volts = Watts.
  • Watts x 744 and divided by 1000 = KWH per month.
  • KWH per month x Cost per KWH = Cost per month.

A Submersible Pond Pump is a pump that is able to be placed underwater and still carry out its intended purpose. Some pumps may be designed to work while being fully submerged, whereas others may be submerged or placed in a dry area. It is important to understand what type of pump you are dealing with in order that no damage is incurred when it is being used.

Submersible Pond Pump types include sump pumps and sewage pumps. These are the types with which most residential users will be most familiar. However, the submersible pump can be used in a number of other applications as well such as well pumps, fountain pumps and borehole pumps.
The advantages of a submersible pond pump are numerous. First, it has the advantage of being self-primed because the substance it is pumping, usually water, is right there at the pump itself. Further, the submersible pump may actually have to do less work than a standard pump simply because it is closer to the liquid being pumped.