T-H Marine Pro-Air System Air Livewell Pump
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- Aerates front and rear livewells
- Includes pump, 2 air stones, 2 mounts, switch panel and tubing
- 12V DC
The Pro-Air System air pump is capable of aerating both front and rear livewells at the same time. It comes complete with pump, 2 air stone mounts, 2 air stones, an attractive switch-panel with a pump control switch, and 20' of air line tubing. 12V DC application.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by mike R Pro Air effective
I've used this product for 2 years to aerate a 15 gallon livewell in bass tournaments. Some of these tournaments have up to 10 bass limits, yet I've never lost a fish with Pro Air. I just purchased another boat and I'm installing a new Pro Air System. It is a great product for a nominal price, and plainly, it keeps your fish alive.
March 16, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5
by gnarlynutz a great add on
I had to replace the pump on my old air system so I bought the T-H marine pro air system. Its not hard to install and it makes a great add on to your livewells to keep those hawgs kicking at the weigh in.
November 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NavyRetired Excellent Purchase
This is my second Pro-Air system. The one I replaced only lasted 7 years. Compared to aerator pumps, it's quiet and can be ran all day with little or no drain on your battery.
May 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5
by dubduc51 so far so good
1st the order arrived faster than i thought and was impressed with fast shipping.
Now the install of this into my 2 live wells took some thought.The wiring of the switch was easy after deciding where to mount it and the mounting of the pump unit only has 2 places for screws to hold it. I had to drill holes in the top of the wells above the overflows and a 5/16 hole worked good for the 1/4 inch hoses.
Now the interesting part mounting the "plates" that keep the air stones in place took 2 tries. First I tried a 2 part epoxy..not wanting to use screws thru the well sides. Nogo on the epoxy. The hoses are not flush with the back of the "plates" that hold them in place.Wife said " Why not use Velcro?" so off to Menards I went. I got the industrial strenth version and after mounting the "plates" I read that it is not "recomended for use underwater", but toolate now.
I went out yesterday and put some nice Crappie in the live wells and they stayed fresh and lively all day .and the bubbles from the air stones were great. Install in any boat will be a "custom" job but can be done easily. Get the Plastic Velcro.
May 10, 2012
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