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Atlantic PS4600 Big Bahama Pond Skimmer

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Manufacturers Part Number: PS4600

Big Bahama Skimmers feature heavy-duty components that stand up to years of use. Skimmers come equipped with Super Flow weir doors, debris net and over-sized brush panels that reduce maintenance. Atlantic also offers a complete line of accessories so you can customize your skimmer for every application. Best of all, Atlantic enclosures have a lifetime warranty.
  • Sturdy removable top lid supports natural rock camouflage and foot traffic.
  • Heavy-duty brush panel provides maximum surface area for mechanical filtration.
  • Heavy-Duty stainless steel framed trap net for catching large debris.
  • Rolled upper rime provides clean lines and incredible strength. (Models 4600, 4900, 7000, 9500).
  • Super Flow weir door for maximum surface cleaning.
  • Gatekeeper brush panel (sold separately) allows leaves and debris to pass while restricting fish and frogs from entering the skimmer.
  • High-density polyethylene shell for the ultimate in durability.

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This item had life warranty.



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