Elite Cascade Falls by PondBuilder
14", 22", 28", 30" and 40" Spillways

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Starts at: $179.99

Brand: Blue Thumb

SKU: PB1106

Cascade Falls Boxes were created for Pond-Less applications instead of using a large bio-waterfall. 

Cascade Falls Boxes include a black Matala mat which creates an even flow of water over the weir, a landscape lid for hiding the unit in the landscape, a detachable weir, and all the necessary installation hardware. Place them side-by-side for additional design options and waterfall widths. 

PB1106 - Small Cascade Falls Waterfall

  • Max. Pump Flow: 2500 gph
  • Waterfall Width: 14 Spillway
  • Dimensions: 19 x 24 x 14.25
  • Inlet Size: Two - 2 Spinwelds

PB1113 - Medium Cascade Falls Waterfall

  • Max. Pump Flow: 5500 gph
  • Waterfall Width: 22 Spillway
  • Dimensions: 20 x 33 x 14.25
  • Inlet Size: Two - 2 Spinwelds
  • Includes: landscape lid, black matala diffuser mat, two factory installed spinweld fittings, detachable weir, self tapping stainless steel screws, black silicone, plumbing fittings, and full color instructions.

PB2866 - Medium 28" Spillway

  • Max pump size: 7500 gph
  • Measures 32.25"w X 15.5"d X 5"h
  • 2" inlet size

PB1120 - Large Cascade Falls Waterfall

  • Max. Pump Flow: 7500 gph
  •  Waterfall Width: 30 Spillway
  • Dimensions: 20 x 41 x 14.25
  • Inlet Size: Two - 3 Spinwelds
  • Includes: landscape lid, black matala diffuser mat, two factory installed spinweld fittings, detachable weir, self tapping stainless steel screws, black silicone, plumbing fittings, and full color instructions.

PB1182 - Extra Large Cascade Falls Waterfall

  • Max. Pump Flow: 10,000 gph
  • Waterfall Width: 40 Spillway
  • Dimensions: 19.5 x 51 x 14.25
  •  Inlet Size: Two - 3 Spinwelds
  • Includes: landscape lid, black matala diffuser mat, two factory installed spinweld fittings, detachable weir, self tapping stainless steel screws, black silicone, plumbing fittings, and full color instructions.

PondMeister Note:

Question: What is a "2" Spinweld"?

Answer: It is like a bulkhead fitting with female threads on both at least one side of the fitting. It usually comes installed on say a water fall filter box. This is where water would enter the box from the tubing. But it is "welded" on to the box permanently. Where as a regular bulk head fitting can be installed or taken off the falls box, a spin weld fitting is on permanently. I think they are used because they are less expensive to manufacture.


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