Rapid Clear Flocculent
Starts at: $12.78
Aquascape Rapid Clear Flocculent quickly clears cloudy pond water by clumping suspended debris. This will quickly help to provide clear water conditions and allow particulate to be captured and removed from the pond.
Rapid Clear works within 24 hours, providing noticeable results and allowing you to spend more time enjoying your pond. For best results, use in combination with the Rapid Clear Fine Filter Pad (#80001).
The easy-to-use pump top accurately measures 100 gallons of treatment per pump and one full bottle treats 5,000 gallons of water. Rapid Clear is safe for fish, plants, pets, and wildlife.
- 98879 - 8 oz. 1 bottle treats 5,000 gallons of water
- 96049 - 16 oz. 1 bottle treats 10,000 gallons
- 40006 - 1 liter/33.8 oz. Refill Pouch 1 pouch treats up to 20,000 gal.
- 96007- 4 Liters/ 1.1 Gallon 1 bottle treats 80,000 gallons
- 30412 Contractor Grade 1 Gallon - 25% more concentrated. 1 bottle treats up to 96,000 gallons of water
Instructions for use:
How Much: One pump treats up to 100 US gallons
How Often: Use as needed, if a second dosage is necessary please wait 48 hours before reapplying.
How To: Add to the area in the pond with the most circulation.
Why: Aquascape Rapid Clear goes to work quickly, clearing cloudy or discolored pond water.
I have a 10,000 gal pond and heard that Rapid Clear would kill the Beneficial Bacteria Do I need to put in more Beneficial Bacteria after putting in Rapid Clear?
Aquascape Tech Answer:
He has to understand the way flocculents work. They cause small particles to clump together (attracts particulate to tiny “branches” which start to form clumps). So any additive (powder) dosed at the same time will be clumped up….. kinda like a vacuum cleaner…it doesn’t know the difference between dirt or shoelaces it just sucks up anything in its path.
So we recommend adding SAB 24 -48hrs after treating with a flocculent ( to help remove Phosphates) you could also dose with bacteria at that time. Rapid clear does not “kill” bacteria it just clumps up any particulate. We will also use it after heavy rains or post construction (like at a home show) to remove the murkiness from rock dust.
Here is a picture of that pond I cleaned out last Friday. It has a real fine "powdered" algae that just sits on the rocks and gravel! If you can contact your suppliers and find out the best way to remove it, that would be great!
Aquascape Tech Answer:
I would recommend using the rapid clear flocculant along with the rapid clear fine filter pad (3-pack) #80001. They will want to stir up the sediment when applying & have the pond running so that it will move toward the skimmer onto the filter pad. They may have to do this more than once.