AquaJet® Pond Pumps

Ideal for ponds up to 2,000 gallons

AquaJet Pump Series

AquaJet® Pond Pump Series

AquaJet® Pond Pumps are ideal for ponds up to 2,000 gallons. These all-in-one kits provide a stunning water fountain with the choice of three included fountain heads and an integrated diverter valve to supply water to a small waterfall, external filters, or spitting ornaments.

Features of AquaJet® Pond Pumps

Learn the many features and benefits of AquaJet® Pond Pumps.

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Adjustable Height

The adjustable riser stem allows for easy height adjustment from 10 to 20 inches


Diverter and Flow Control

Adjustable diverter and flow control allows water to be used for fountainhead, circulation, and additional equipment like spitters or external filters and waterfalls


Threaded Disconnect

Simple and secure-threaded disconnect allows for the pump to be easily removed from the pond for maintenance or winterization without removing hose clamps or plumbing assemblies


Protective Pump Cage

Protective pump cage prevents debris from clogging or damaging pump, thereby reducing maintenance


Energy Efficient

Mag-drive motor technology makes this pump energy efficient and simple to maintain


Pump Cage Clips

Pump cage clips make it easy to open to perform pump maintenance or remove debris

Included Accessories

AquaJet® Pump Fittings

Fittings include AquaJet riser stems, multi-hose fitting, diverter valve, and foaming
jet, waterbell, and daisy fountain heads

Add a New Dimension to Your Pond

Each AquaJet pump comes complete with three fountain heads, including foaming jet, daisy, and waterbell

AquaJet Foaming Jet

Foaming Jet

AquaJet Daisy


AquaJet Waterbell


AquaJet® Pond Applications

The AquaJet® protective pre-filter cage allows the pump to be placed directly into the pond.

Compare AquaJet® Pond Pumps

AquaJet 600 Pond PumpAquaJet 1300 Pond PumpAquaJet 2000 Pond Pump
AquaJet 600AquaJet 1300AquaJet 2000
Item Number910149101591016
Pond Size Recommendation1,200 gal1,300 gal2,000 gal
Maximum Fountain Height (Daisy Fountain)up to 47 inchesup to 62 inchesup to 65 inches
Motor TypeMag-driveMag-driveMag-drive
Power Cord Length25 feet25 feet25 feet
Pump Discharge Diameter1/2 inch, 3/4 inch1/2 inch, 3/4 inch1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, 1 inch
Pump Dimensions12 x 12 x 6 inches (LxWxH)12 x 12 x 6 inches (LxWxH)12 x 12 x 6 inches (LxWxH)
Warranty (Limited)3 years3 years3 years
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Selecting the Proper Pump Size

Once you’ve determined which Aquascape pump family best suits your water feature application, you’ll need to select the proper size pump.

Length in Feet
Width in Feet
Avg Depth in Feet
Width in Inches
Elevation in Feet
Pipe Length in Feet
Pipe Diameter

Confirm your Water Feature Type

What type of water feature do you have? Select where the pump will be used, either in a "Pond" or "Pondless" water feature.

Pump Application

Pond Volume

A basic pond pump will have the capability of turning the total volume of water over once per hour. Therefore, before choosing a pond pump, you need to know the number of gallons of water in your feature. You can find the volume of your pond in gallons with this useful equation:

(Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.48) x 0.8 = Pond Volume*

*Length, Width and Depth are measured in feet. We multiply by 0.8 to account for rocks in the pond.

Stream Volume

Before choosing a pump for your Pondless Waterfall, it would help to know approximately how many gallons of water your basin needs to hold. To do that, we will need to determine how much water is in the stream. You can find the volume of your stream in gallons with this useful equation:

(Stream Length x Stream Width x (Average Stream Depth x 0.25) x 7.48 = Stream Volume*

*Length and Width are measured in feet. For the purposes of this calculator we are assuming an average depth of 1 inch.

Your pump needs to remain fully submerged while running and the stream is full. We recommend the basin is large enough to hold double the amount of water found in the stream.

Stream Volume x 2 = Gallons in Basin

Flow Rate

Most pond pumps are rated by the gallons of water they're able to pump per hour (gph). As a general rule of thumb, a pump with a flow rate of 125 gph is needed for every inch of your waterfall width. So if the widest point in the waterfall is two feet wide, you'll need a pump with a flow rate of 3000 gph. Higher flow rates can be used if you want to produce a stronger, more dramatic water flow.

Waterfall Width x 125 = Apprx. Flow Rate*

*Waterfall width measured in inches

Head Height

Head height, also known as total dynamic head, represents the height water needs to be lifted (static head) plus the friction experienced by the water as it runs through the pipes (dynamic head).

Dynamic head is the amount of resistance caused by the plumbing. Water velocity (flow rate), pipe diameter, length and pipe material all play a role in dynamic head. Additional resistance will also be caused by fittings such as elbows and valves. Since this equipment is typically buried in the ground, sometimes an estimation of dynamic head needs to be used.

The calculation below is a simple way to estimate the approximate head height.

Static Head in feet + (Pipe Length in feet x 0.1) = Apprx. Head Height*

*Static head: The height difference between the surface of the pond and the waterfall
Pipe length: We're calculating 1 ft head per 10 ft tubing
Fittings: additional fittings would add 1 ft of head each

The pond calculator is designed to help you find the pump you need for your project. Be advised that variables outside of this calculator, such as pipe diameter or number of elbows used, can influence proper pump selection. If your pond project exceeds the performance from a single pump, please contact Aquascape Customer Care for additional help.

AquaJet® Pond Pump Flow Chart (GPH)

Pump Flow Chart - AquaJet
ModelPurchaseMax Head Height0'5'10'15'20'25'

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