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Kasco AquatiClear

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by Kasco

  • The first only clog-resistant circulator
  • Runs continuously to eliminate algae, debris, and odors
  • Maintenance free design

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AquatiClear By Kasco: A Clog-Resistant Solution to Keeping Your Shoreline Clean!

Kasco's AquaticClear is a water circulator, reimagined. This clog-resistant circulator produces continuous water movement to keep docks, marinas, canals, shorelines, and other areas free from algae, floating debris, and foul odors. AquatiClear capitalizes on Kasco’s proven circulator design. It’s the only circulator on the market that runs continuously without the need to clean out clogs from weeds and other debris.

With the revolutionary Clean Current Technology (patent pending), AquatiClear features a crown-like composite prop guard allowing for continuous operation and less maintenance.


What's Included With Your AquatiClear

Everything you need is included with your AquatiClear and more!

  • Motor Unit
  • Mount of Choice
  • Power Cord
  • 2-Year Warranty


What Size Aquaticlear Circulator Do I Need?

To determine what size unit you need, first decide how many feet of water you want to move. Then use these figures to find your perfect match:

  • 1/2 HP - 75 ft
  • 3/4 HP - 100 ft
  • 1 HP - 125 ft
Aquaticlear Circulator Size Guide

Kasco AquatiClear Circulator Installation Depth

Kasco Universal Dock Mount

Universal Dock Mount (Optional)

Easily lower, angle, and position units for proper water movement. Mount to a dock, piling, wall, or other in-water property. Packages include upper and lower mount assemblies; pipe is supplied by the customer. Adjust rotation with the Simple Swivel bracket (patent pending). Mount includes a lifetime warranty.

  • Complete 300 series stainless steel construction
  • Multiple angling options for upper and lower mount elements
  • The customer must supply the 1” pipe, up to 10’ long

Kasco Horizontal Float Mount

Horizontal Float Mount (Optional)

The Horizontal Float suspends the unit in the water via stainless steel components and offers three angles of unit orientation. This mount is well-suited for shallow water applications. Secure to the shore with three ropes and tie-down loops. Carries a 3-year warranty.

  • Single-piece float
  • UV-resistant linear low-density polyethylene
  • 300 series stainless steel hardware included
  • Three 50’ braided nylon mooring ropes provide

Kasco Control Panel

Kasco Control Panel (Optional)

Empower your unit with KASCO control panels, enabling energy-efficient automatic control. Simply choose your preferred settings, and let the control panel take care of the rest. These panels are rigorously approved and listed to meet the highest UL and CSA standards, ensuring the safety and performance you demand.

Kasco panels are GFCI protection-rated, include a photocell for use with lighting packages, and feature a timer dial for programming operation.

Control Panel Options

C-25 - For AquatiClear 1/2 HP (120V), 3/4 HP (120V), and 1 HP (120V)

C-220 - For AquatiClear 3/4 HP (240V) and 1 HP (240V)


Kasco AquatiClear Circulator Technical Specifications

Motor 1/2 HP(120V) 3/4 HP (120V) 3/4 HP (240V) 1 HP(120V) 1 HP(240V)
Model 2400C, 2400CFM,  2400CDM  3400C, 3400CFM,  3400CDM 3400HC, 3400HCFM,  3400HCDM 4400C, 4400CFM,  4400CDM 4400HC, 4400HCFM,  4400HCDM
Voltage/Phase/Hz 120V / 1 / 60 120V / 1 / 60 240V / 1 / 60 120V / 1 / 60 240V / 1 / 60
Operating Amps 5.4 Amps 6.6 Amps 3.1 Amps 9.1 Amps 4.5 Amps
Locked Rotor Amps 12 Amps 18 Amps 9 Amps 40 Amps 20 Amps
Thrust 30 Lbs. 36 Lbs. 36 Lbs. 41 Lbs. 41 Lbs.
RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) 1750 RPM 1750 RPM 1750 RPM 1750 RPM 1750 RPM
Minimum Operating Depth* 4 Feet 4 Feet 4 Feet 4 Feet 4 Feet
Power Cord Lengths 25', 50', 100', 150', 200' 25', 50', 100', 150', 200' 50', 100', 150', 200', 250', 300', 400' 50', 75' 100', 150', 200' 50', 100', 150', 200', 250', 300', 400'
Thermal Overload Protection Yes
Yes
Yes Yes Yes
Control Panel (Optional) C-25 C-25 C-220 C-25 C-220
Warranty 2-Year 2-Year 2-Year 2-Year 2-Year

* Will operate in less depth, but may cause bottom disturbance

Kasco AquatiClear Circulator FAQs

AquatiClear™ Circulators are a game-changer when it comes to keeping floating weeds and debris away from your property. As the go-to solution for water movement, AquatiClear features a crown-like prop guard that allows debris to slip off the unit, rather than clog.

This enables AquatiClear to provide continuous water movement and continuous protection from debris settling near your waterfront. To make the most out of your AquatiClear experience, we've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about installing and using these versatile and efficient units.

While there's no one-size-fits-all solution, we’ve provided our best advice so you can be confident you’re using AquatiClear in the most efficient and safest way possible. 

Do I need it professionally installed, or can I do it myself?

Although professional services are certainly an option, they are not required. An end user can easily assemble and install the units. However, if you would prefer to have an outside service install your unit, call us! 866-383-7258

How often should I run it?

Deciding how often to run your unit depends on the type of issues you are addressing. If you are trying to keep floating debris out of a swimming or beach area, a few minutes prior to swimming is often enough time. However, if you are trying to maintain a water current to keep weeds out of a funnel area, 24 hours a day may be required.

Where should the unit point? Can it be customized or adjusted to fit different shapes, shorelines, or docks?

This depends on what you are trying to accomplish. If you are looking to prevent the influx of weeds and debris, pointing the unit to create a counter-current to what is flowing into the area is often best. If your goal is to move debris down a shoreline, pointing horizontal to the shore is recommended. It may be helpful to point the flow of water to an area where you can scoop or rake the debris out of the water for disposal. The simple swivel design on the Universal Mount allows the unit to be easily rotated and pointed in a desired direction, making it the best option for removing debris from the water.

Can I return this product if I don't like it?

Yes. You can return it within 30 days.

What problems does it address?

AquatiClear can help prevent areas from being taken over with floating weeds and debris by creating a strong current of water. Things like algae, duckweed, floating weeds, and trash can be prevented or directed to areas where they can be removed or moved away from your property. Bottom muck disturbance can occur depending on how the unit is mounted and utilized. It is important to determine if bottom disturbance is allowed/legal on your body of water.

Can it move muck? What happens to the muck?

Yes, the units can physically move muck. However, it is often dispersed from one area to another simply moving the problem. Many states view this as a form of dredging which requires permits and is regulated. If you are on a public body of water, you should research to determine any laws or regulations if you intend to move muck.

Will it protect my dock from ice?

If you are looking to remove or prevent ice, a De-icer would be a better choice due to its design as well as how it is mounted to a dock or boat. While De-icers and AquatiClear units move large volumes of water and create a strong current, they are slightly different in their features and deployment. AquatiClear units are designed to create a strong current for surface debris and are mounted horizontally near the surface, whereas de-icers are mounted vertically and lower in the water column to draw warmer water toward the surface, making them ideal for ice prevention.

What kind of debris can it clear? Are there any limitations?

AquatiClear units can clear several types of debris from floating plants and algae to pop bottles and other trash. Physical limitations may be present depending on the installation site as there is only so much a unit can do to fight against things like tidal and river currents. Certain debris like floating logs and trees are extremely heavy and will not be affected much by an AquatiClear.

What if there is wind or wave action on the lake? Will that cause interruption or affect performance?

Strong wind and wave action or river and tidal currents can and will affect performance. On a river or when dealing with consistent wind/current direction, it is often best to utilize that current instead of fighting against it. In tidal areas, it is important to ensure that the unit is mounted in a way that it does not operate out of the water.

Should I use a dock mount or horizontal float?

This depends on your specific set up. The Universal Mount offers the most adjustability and ease of movement but requires the unit to be physically mounted to a dock or similar structure. The Horizontal Float offers less adjustability but can be installed in any area even if it doesn’t have a dock. If you have a dock or structure to mount to, the universal mount is often the best choice.

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