The OXYGENATOR™ Pro Livewell Flush Mount

   

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  • Designed to fit boats with 15 to 50 gallon livewells
  • Runs off of existing boat battery
  • Creates an oxygen-rich environment to keep fish fresh and lively
The OXYGENATOR Pro Livewell Flush Mount is the best way to ensure your fish stay alive and make it to the weigh in. Designed to fit any boat with a 15 to 50 gallon livewell, the OXYGENATOR is much more efficient than the traditional aeration process which produces much lower oxygen levels. Runs off of existing boat battery, it is silent, and not for use in saltwater. Freshwater use only. Using a patented process, the OXYGENATOR produces oxygen that is readily absorbed into the water which keeps bait and fish not only healthy, but livelier as well. This is the most efficient means of maintaining high-levels of oxygen in a livewell and nothing comes close to the OXYGENATOR's ability to create an oxygen-rich environment. In addition, the OXYGENATOR uses advanced sensor technology to increase or decrease the frequency and duration of the output to maintain the highest yet safest dissolved oxygen level based on the livewell water temperature variation.

''Every tournament angler, professional or amateur, owes it to the fishery to use The OXYGENATOR,'' Bass Pro Shops® Pro Angler, Denny Brauer
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very good product I have two livewells in my boat, in one i have and "oxigenator" with very good results and then a did by another for the oither livewell- April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by good product Received The Oxygenator on Thursday, installed on Friday morning (easy to install and well built ), fished a tournament the next day. It was a 6 hour tournament 2nd week of July, water temp was 78 and it worked very well, all 5 fish were very healthy at end of the tournament. The Oxygenator created an oxygen rich environment for the fish. Releasing healthy fish during a summer tournament makes this a great product for the price. July 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Asset Very good purchase!!!! Fish are much more active when you take them out than they are when you put them in!!!! GREAT PRODUCT!!!!!!!! March 3, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Oxygenator I recently bought this product, cut a hole in the livewell of my new Nitro Z-7, and installed it. I then went crappie fishing, filled the livewell to a point well below the recirculator nozzle, put several (less than 12) crappie in the livewell and let the oxygenator run as instructed. The water in the livewell got very dirty and slimy, and the crappie didn't seem to be any livelier with this product as before without it. October 1, 2010
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Simply drill a hole and tight nut on back. Attach wire to starter battery.

http://keepfishalive.com/pdf/BKM-3_Install.pdf
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The Oxygenator uses very little power – in fact less than 1 amp per hour. It only truly draws power when the water has covered the titanium mesh emitters. The water actually acts like a switch; it’s the conductor. The small green LED bulb (25 milliamps) may be on all the time. This LED light draws virtually no power and is only an indicator that there is power to the emitter - but be assured the unit is only drawing power when the emitter is submerged in water. Again the water is the conductor; and even when the Oxygenator is running, it’s drawing less than 1 amp per hour. In other words, the Oxygenator has low power requirements
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About 1/2 an Amp per hour
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I was cutting a hole in my livewell and it was to big for my aerator so if this is big enough it will solve my problem cuz it leaks now
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Instructions state to drill a ¾ in hole with a hole saw bit about 1 inch from top inside of cooler.
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I will double check but I'm almost positive that it is 2 1/2" hole.
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It measures 4 inches.... Requires a 2 inch hole to mount it.
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