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Scott Aerator Great Lakes Pond Fountain

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  • 5 different nozzles included that can be easily interchanged tool free
  • No maintenance required and designed for continuous 24/7 operation
  • Minimum operating depth: 44 inches

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Five Fountains In One! The Scott Aerator Great Lakes Fountain

Discover the enchantment of the SCOTT AERATOR Skyward Pond Fountain, where the artistry of flowing water meets a symphony of beauty. This fountain transforms any lake scene into a picturesque masterpiece with its wide, cone-shaped spray that not only looks stunning but also produces a soothing and melodious sound. The focal point is a majestic, eye-catching column of water that adds a touch of elegance to your aquatic environment. Immerse yourself in the captivating allure of the Skyward Pond Fountain, where visual aesthetics and the soothing sounds of water unite to create an extraordinary experience.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain offers a variety of elegant stream options:

  • a layered, beautiful style from the “Baystone” nozzle
  • a striking, cascading style from the “Rosewood” nozzle
  • a wider, cascading style from the “Tudor” nozzle
  • a cone-shaped, elegant style from the “Millbrook” nozzle
  • a more traditional geyser style from the “Gusher” nozzle 

The Great Lakes Fountain Nozzle Specifications

3/4 HP 1 HP 2 HP
Gusher Nozzle Adjustable vertical column spraying up to 20-feet high Adjustable vertical column spraying up to 25-feet high Adjustable vertical column spraying up to 30-feet high
Cambridge Nozzle Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 25-feet high x 35-feet wide. Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 30-feet high x 40-feet wide. Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 35-feet high x 45-feet wide.
Rosewood Nozzle Multi Tiered classic spray pattern up to 12.5' high x 35' wide. Multi Tiered classic spray pattern up to 15' high x 40' wide. Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 35-feet high x 45-feet wide.
Baystone Nozzle Center peak with an outer traditional spray pattern up to 10-feet high x 25-feet wide Center peak with an outer traditional spray pattern up to 14-feet high x 30-feet wide Center peak with an outer traditional spray pattern up to 18-feet high x 35-feet wide
Millbrook Nozzle Vertical pattern up to 12-feet high x 25-feet wide Vertical pattern up to 15-feet high x 30-feet wide Vertical pattern up to 18-feet high x 35-feet wide
Tudor Nozzle Wide conical spray pattern reaches up to 10-feet high x 35-feet wide Wide conical spray pattern reaches up to 12-feet high x 40-feet wide Wide conical spray pattern reaches up to 14-feet high x 45-feet wide

Technical Specifications


3/4 HP Unit
1 HP Unit
2 HP Unit
Voltage 115V / 230V 115V / 230V
230V
Amps 115V - 16 Amps | 230V - 8 Amps 115V - 19.5 Amps | 230V - 10.5 Amps 12.6 Amps
Watts 115V - 1840 Watts | 230V - 920 Watts 115V - 2242 Watts | 230V - 2415 Watts 2280 Amps
Flow Rate 65 GPM
75 GPM
155 GPM
Power Cord Gauge 10-gauge submersible 10-gauge submersible 10-gauge submersible
Minimum Anchor Weight
30 lbs 35 lbs 50 lbs
Light Kits Can Be Added Yesnow or later Yesnow or later Yes, now or later
Can use in Saltwater Yes Yes Yes
24-Hour Operation Yes Yes Yes
Maintenance Required None None None
Minimum Pond Depth 44-inch 44-inch 56-inch
Motor Warranty 5 years 5 years 5 years

Maximum Cable Run-In Feet From Breaker

Cable Size 3/4 HP 115V 3/4 HP 230V 1 HP 115V 1 HP 230V 2 HP 230V
#12 125' 480' 100' 400' 250'
#10 200' 760' 150' 630' 390'
#8 300' 1200' 225' 990' 620'
#6 500' 1870' 400' 1540' 970'
#4 860' 2980' 770' 2380' 1530'
#2 1300' 4370' 1160' 3610' 2360'


Any of the five options will provide a dynamic, aesthetically pleasing addition to your pond or lakescape while helping to maintain water clarity and oxygen levels, while promoting a healthy aquatic environment.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain is manufactured utilizing a stainless steel submersible motor and pump, making it the most environmentally friendly fountain on the market.

The Scott Aerator Company has engineered all of its water features to eliminate the need for costly, time-consuming winterization. Simply leave your fountain in the water, turn off its power supply, and forget about it all winter. Once the water thaws in the spring, re-establish power to the unit and you’re good to go. All components will withstand sub-zero conditions without damage.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain is proudly manufactured in the USA and carries an unconditional 5-year motor warranty.

This unit is produced with 100 feet of submersible, 10-gauge cable. Greater lengths are also available. Available with lights or without.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain is designed for use in fresh or saltwater.

GFCI required. Please disconnect power when swimmers are present. ARL tested and approved to be in compliance with the applicable requirements of UL and the National Electric Code as complete packages.

Manuals 

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Five Fountains In One! The Scott Aerator Great Lakes Fountain

Discover the enchantment of the SCOTT AERATOR Skyward Pond Fountain, where the artistry of flowing water meets a symphony of beauty. This fountain transforms any lake scene into a picturesque masterpiece with its wide, cone-shaped spray that not only looks stunning but also produces a soothing and melodious sound. The focal point is a majestic, eye-catching column of water that adds a touch of elegance to your aquatic environment. Immerse yourself in the captivating allure of the Skyward Pond Fountain, where visual aesthetics and the soothing sounds of water unite to create an extraordinary experience.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain offers a variety of elegant stream options:

  • a layered, beautiful style from the “Baystone” nozzle
  • a striking, cascading style from the “Rosewood” nozzle
  • a wider, cascading style from the “Tudor” nozzle
  • a cone-shaped, elegant style from the “Millbrook” nozzle
  • a more traditional geyser style from the “Gusher” nozzle 

The Great Lakes Fountain Nozzle Specifications

3/4 HP 1 HP 2 HP
Gusher Nozzle Adjustable vertical column spraying up to 20-feet high Adjustable vertical column spraying up to 25-feet high Adjustable vertical column spraying up to 30-feet high
Cambridge Nozzle Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 25-feet high x 35-feet wide. Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 30-feet high x 40-feet wide. Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 35-feet high x 45-feet wide.
Rosewood Nozzle Multi Tiered classic spray pattern up to 12.5' high x 35' wide. Multi Tiered classic spray pattern up to 15' high x 40' wide. Multi-tiered classic spray pattern up to 35-feet high x 45-feet wide.
Baystone Nozzle Center peak with an outer traditional spray pattern up to 10-feet high x 25-feet wide Center peak with an outer traditional spray pattern up to 14-feet high x 30-feet wide Center peak with an outer traditional spray pattern up to 18-feet high x 35-feet wide
Millbrook Nozzle Vertical pattern up to 12-feet high x 25-feet wide Vertical pattern up to 15-feet high x 30-feet wide Vertical pattern up to 18-feet high x 35-feet wide
Tudor Nozzle Wide conical spray pattern reaches up to 10-feet high x 35-feet wide Wide conical spray pattern reaches up to 12-feet high x 40-feet wide Wide conical spray pattern reaches up to 14-feet high x 45-feet wide

Technical Specifications


3/4 HP Unit
1 HP Unit
2 HP Unit
Voltage 115V / 230V 115V / 230V
230V
Amps 115V - 16 Amps | 230V - 8 Amps 115V - 19.5 Amps | 230V - 10.5 Amps 12.6 Amps
Watts 115V - 1840 Watts | 230V - 920 Watts 115V - 2242 Watts | 230V - 2415 Watts 2280 Amps
Flow Rate 65 GPM
75 GPM
155 GPM
Power Cord Gauge 10-gauge submersible 10-gauge submersible 10-gauge submersible
Minimum Anchor Weight
30 lbs 35 lbs 50 lbs
Light Kits Can Be Added Yesnow or later Yesnow or later Yes, now or later
Can use in Saltwater Yes Yes Yes
24-Hour Operation Yes Yes Yes
Maintenance Required None None None
Minimum Pond Depth 44-inch 44-inch 56-inch
Motor Warranty 5 years 5 years 5 years

Maximum Cable Run-In Feet From Breaker

Cable Size 3/4 HP 115V 3/4 HP 230V 1 HP 115V 1 HP 230V 2 HP 230V
#12 125' 480' 100' 400' 250'
#10 200' 760' 150' 630' 390'
#8 300' 1200' 225' 990' 620'
#6 500' 1870' 400' 1540' 970'
#4 860' 2980' 770' 2380' 1530'
#2 1300' 4370' 1160' 3610' 2360'


Any of the five options will provide a dynamic, aesthetically pleasing addition to your pond or lakescape while helping to maintain water clarity and oxygen levels, while promoting a healthy aquatic environment.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain is manufactured utilizing a stainless steel submersible motor and pump, making it the most environmentally friendly fountain on the market.

The Scott Aerator Company has engineered all of its water features to eliminate the need for costly, time-consuming winterization. Simply leave your fountain in the water, turn off its power supply, and forget about it all winter. Once the water thaws in the spring, re-establish power to the unit and you’re good to go. All components will withstand sub-zero conditions without damage.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain is proudly manufactured in the USA and carries an unconditional 5-year motor warranty.

This unit is produced with 100 feet of submersible, 10-gauge cable. Greater lengths are also available. Available with lights or without.

The Great Lakes Pond Fountain is designed for use in fresh or saltwater.

GFCI required. Please disconnect power when swimmers are present. ARL tested and approved to be in compliance with the applicable requirements of UL and the National Electric Code as complete packages.

Manuals 

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Current shipping time for Winter/Spring 2024: 2-3 business days

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(During summer and spring peak seasons, shipping may take as long as 2 weeks.)

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Don't need your product? We'll take it back if it is in original and re-saleable condition. Email support@everbluepond.com to let us know. Find our full Returns policy here.

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How long of a cord do I need?

The cord should be long enough to hang down directly from the motor to the pond floor, run along the pond floor to the edge of the pond, and then back up the edge of the pond and make its way to the plugin.

It should not be a straight "B-line" from the pond edge to the fountain. The cord is not designed to float and will create undue pressure on the motor and the power outlet. Ensure you have enough slack in your cord.  See the graphic below.

Click Here For A Scott Aerator Anchoring Graphic

 

What's the difference between oil-filled and oil-free motors? 

To you it makes no difference as no maintenance is required on either model. The manufacturer has found some models of motors perform better with or without oil, and they are made to perform appropriately.

What safety procedures are required for my Scott Aerator Company product?

Always use a GFCI outlet for installation, and be sure to disconnect the power source whenever swimmers are present.

 

How do I decide if I need a fountain or an aerator?

While both styles can be aesthetically pleasing, aerators are primarily used for controlling algae, adding oxygen, and inhibiting insect breeding. If attractive sight and sound are your priorities, a fountain may be more suitable.

 

Can I operate my fountain day or night?

Our fountain and aerator products are engineered to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (with the exception of our solar line of products, which are daytime focused).

 

How much of an increase on my electric bill should I expect to see?

When operating a unit manufactured with a ½-hp motor, you can expect a cost of between .08 and .10 per hour on average. The 1½-hp units with 230-volt motors average about .12 per hour to operate.

 

What type of warranty does my Scott Aerator come with?

All standard Scott Aerator products are warranted for five years against motor defects in materials or workmanship under normal operating conditions. All other product components are warranted for one year from date of purchase. Warranties remain in effect only for original owners and are not transferable.

 

Do I need any special permit from my state or local authorities to operate an Aquasweep, DA Aerator, or Fountain?

More than likely, no. If in doubt, check with your state's Department of Natural Resources or a local agency in your area.

 

Does Scott Aerator have lighting available for fountains and aerators?

Yes, we do have light kits available. We manufacture two- and four-light Halogen sets or LED sets that can be easily added to your fountain at the time of purchase or later.

 

Is installation difficult?

Absolutely not! Under your fountain or aerator's flotation device, you'll find two eye bolts. Simply tie a nylon rope (not provided) to each of the two eye bolts and attach a concrete block or boat anchor to the ends of the rope. The weighted ends of rope should be placed a minimum of 20 feet apart at the bottom of your pond. Or you can eliminate the weights and tie the ropes off on shore.

 

What type of upkeep is required for my Scott Aerator Product?

Very little maintenance is required for any product manufactured by Scott Aerator. All motors and pumps we use are self-contained units which require little more than a good spray with the garden hose or pressure washer when you remove them from the water. If you use your unit all year, just take it out of the water once every 3 years and spray it out well with clean water.

 

How will my Scott Aerator products hold up in salt water?

All products manufactured by the Scott Aerator Company are engineered for both fresh and salt water applications.

 

What type of winterizing is required for my Scott fountain or water aerator?

The Scott Aerator Company has engineered all of its water features to eliminate the need for time-consuming, costly winterization procedures. Simply leave your aerator or fountain in the water, turn off the power supply, and forget about it for the winter. Once the water thaws in the spring, re-establish power to the unit and you’re good to go.

The only exception to this rule is if you have installed one of our optional light sets to your fountain or aerator, you should remove these prior to the ice forming. All other components will withstand sub-zero conditions without damage. And while winterizing your product isn't necessary, we do recommend removing your unit every 3 years to spray it clean with good clean water from a garden hose or pressure washer.

 

What is the minimum water depth required for my Scott fountain or water aerator?

All ½-hp aerators should be placed in no less than 28” of water. All 1½-hp aerators should be placed in no less than 38” of water.

 

What size pond is suitable for a Scott aerator or fountain?

All aerators and fountains manufactured by Scott Aerator Company are suitable for ponds of 1/8th acre and larger.

 

How many gallons per minute of water will my Scott Aerator product move?

Generally, the Boilermaker and DA-20 aerators move up to 600 gallons per minute (gpm) in the 1½-hp versions, and up to 400 gpm in ½-hp models. Our fountains generally move up to 80 gpm in the 1½-hp versions and up to 60 gpm in the ½-hp models.

 

Can I get my power cord manufactured longer?

Yes. Longer power cord lengths are available for all of the products we manufacture. Our standard power cord is 12 gauge submersible, however we also us 10 and 8 gauge when needed for extra long power runs.

 

What is the amp draw on my Scott Aerator product?

All products we manufacture that utilize ½-hp, 115-volt motors draw 10 amps when running. These same units in the 230-volt models draw 5 amps. The 1½-hp, 230-volt models draw 10.6 amps when running.

 

What’s the advantage of using 230-volt over 115-volt power?

When utilizing a 230-volt motor, the amp draw is half that of the comparable 115-volt fountain or aerator, making the 230-volt motor more economical to operate. Also, power cords can be manufactured in greater lengths for 230-volt motors. Spray patterns and flow rates do not change when using a 230-volt motor compared to 115-volt motors.