Internet #203680201

Model #M130UV

Store SKU #166938

130 GPH Pump and UV Pond Filter

  • Eliminates algae and lowers green water quantity in ponds
  • Flow control valve for smooth and precise operation
  • Includes 2 adapters and a 16 ft. cord for a long reach
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$5998

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10.9
Product Height (in.)
7.3
Product Width (in.)
6.2

Details

Adjustable Valve
Yes
Amperage (amps)
.09
Horsepower (hp)
.01
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Maximum Capacity (gallons)
0
Maximum Flow (gallons per hour)
130
Pack Size
1
Required Tubing Diameter (in.)
0.5
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
115

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Product Overview

The Beckett Pond Filter M130UV helps to reduce green water in ponds. As the pump circulates water through the filter the UV exposure produces clean clear water. Pump is equipped with a 16 ft. cord.
  • 2 adapters included
  • Flow control valve
  • 1/4 in. or 1/2 in. tubing required
  • Helps clear algae and reduce green water in ponds

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Questions & Answers

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What is the suv bulb wattage..? Thanks

Asked by Joan September 22, 2020
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Answer

Beckett 7215510-M130UV has a bulb 13 watts.

Do I have to have a hose?

Asked by newlywed May 13, 2020
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Answer

Yes you do need a hose if you want the water to flow to a fountain. Note! The part where the water exits broke on me after a few months so my hose doesn't connect anymore. Now I just keep it submerged in the pond to keep the water moving. Bot the bulb still works after 2 years & so does the pump. Need to be cleaned once a month more if you have trees near by. Over all I give it 4 stars but the connection nozzle/nipple for the exit hose should have been made a little thicker. Not really sure if it actually does a great deal to prevent agile, I still get it. Not a cure all.

what size hose can I attach to this pump?

Asked by Bob December 10, 2018
1
Answer

Pond regular tubbing

How do you turn the UV light on?

Asked by Son August 20, 2018
1
Answer

First be sure it is actually plugged into the pump. Then it should come on as soon as you plug it in. You really can't see it because it is inside the housing. Its purpose is to clean the water not to light the pond.

Do you put it under water

Asked by Wyatt June 21, 2018
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Answers

yes

What size pond as far as Galons is it good for

Asked by Mom May 21, 2018
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Answer

it's really based on inches. this one no more than a foot. my pond takes 50 gallons & is about 6 ft long.

Where do I order replacement glass cover for bulb

Asked by Rod April 13, 2018
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Answer

I'd say from the manufacture, the hose nob broke after about a month so I had to rig it with a wire tie. Never thought about trying to order a new cover. Works OK for me, but it isn't a 100% bullet. I still get algae.

How do I tell if the uv bulb is working I see no light coming from the unit and the door to the u...

Asked by Sueling February 13, 2017
1
Answer

Take a photo of it in a dark room. The camera can pick it up

How do you change the bulb

Asked by Bobmanfire3 September 18, 2016
1
Answer

there is a glass cover over the bulb. it is held in with a rubber gasket. Remove the outer ring and then wiggle the (glass) cover back and forth until it becomes loose, then turn and pull out. It is not secured in any way other than the rubber gasket. remove old bulb and put new one in, try not to touch bulb glass when installing, cover or use gloves. Make sure rubber gasket is seated as you install glass cover.

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works great. Easy installation.
works great. Easy installation.
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Easy to assemble but did not fit together with the fountain parts, will have to buy some differen...
Easy to assemble but did not fit together with the fountain parts, will have to buy some different connections. Would like to add the fountain with the waterfall. Very peaceful next to the garden full of vegetable.
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Pump itself works well but adapters do not work very...
Pump itself works well but adapters do not work very well with other accessories you can buy
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its not working the way it suppose to be. I think the uv bulb is broken as it does not light up.
its not working the way it suppose to be. I think the uv bulb is broken as it does not light up.
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Uv lamp broken after first use
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Initial inspection I noticed the lamp looked crooked but it was clean and I didn’t want to risk getting fingerprints on it to straighten it out. I ran this pump for 6 hours and then let it rest before another go. I noticed a different draw on amperage the second go (using a kill-o-watt device) I pulled it out of the water and inspected it. The bulb had a white glazing, a broken filament, and a piece rolling around inside it. There was no water inside the bulb housing. This was run in a two foot trash can with algae bloom, but I assembled a prefilter casing from a 1 gallon bucket punched with holes and filter screen. Flow was not great at one foot lift on 1/4” hose so I added a 4 watt 12 volt dc booster pump downstream on the hose to get to my target 3 foot lift. Possibly the ten dollar dc pump outperformed and sucked this pump into generating an overvoltage, frying the bulb? Both pumps together used 0.26 amps when I was first running them. After the bulb blew, it was down to 0.23 amps. I plan on replacing the bulb, then using it strictly for recirculation and cleaning in the pond basin, and using the more efficient brushless dc pump for lift. I’m not impressed with ac 120 volt pumps... and I worry about shorts or electrocution. 12 volt DC seems much safer and stronger and affordable... but no one sells newer pump tech at big box stores. Boo.
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It works as expected without any trouble. While that...
It works as expected without any trouble. While that might seem to be muted praise, in today's market it deserves an attaboy
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Purchased a tetra pump same amp eight years ago was...
Purchased a tetra pump same amp eight years ago was an amazing pump this pump hardly pushes any water very disappointed do not purchase
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