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GARDENA
Art. 7906
Art. 7909
Art. 7910
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Gebrauchsanweisung
Teichfilter / Teichfilter mit Wasserspielpumpe WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
GB Operating Instructions
Pond Filter / Pond Filter with Fountain Pump WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
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Mode d’emploi
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WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
NL Gebruiksaanwijzing
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S Bruksanvisning
Dammfilter / Dammfilter med Fontän Pump WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
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Istruzioni per l’uso
Filtro per laghetti / Filtro per laghetti con pompa per giochi d’acqua
WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
E Manual de instrucciones
Filtro para estanques / Filtro para estanques con bomba para
juegos de agua WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
P Instruções de manejo
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WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
DK Brugsanvisning
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WFP 5000
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GARDENA Pond Filter /
Pond Filter with Fountain Pump WFP 3000 /
WFP 5000
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Please note
Part I : Operating Instructions for Pond Filter
Part II : Operating Instructions for Pumps WFP 3000 / 5000
Part I : Operating Instructions for Pond Filter
Please read these operating instructions carefully and observe
the notes given.
Use the instructions to familiarise yourself with the equipment,
the operating controls, their correct use, and the notes on safety.
For safety reasons, children under 16 as well as persons not
familiar with these operating instructions should not use these
Pond Filters.
v Keep these operating instructions in a safe place.
Contents of instructions
for Pond Filter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Where to Use Your Pond Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
For Your Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
What You Should Know About Ponds and Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
How the Pond Filter Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Using the Pond Filter for the First Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Pond Filter Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Trouble-Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Storing the Pond Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
1. Where to Use Your Pond Filter
Intended purpose
Attention
The GARDENA Pond Filter is designed exclusively for use in garden ponds in private, domestic gardens. It is intended for cleaning
ponds either with or without fish.
The Pond Filter must not be used for industrial applications and
in conjunction with chemicals, food, flammable and explosive
substances.
2. For Your Safety
Positioning
the Pond Filter
Position the Pond Filter in the garden pond so that the Pond
Filter is completely covered by water.
Comply with noise
protection regulations
Please comply with local noise protection regulations.
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3. What You Should Know About Ponds and Filters
Excess growth of algae –
murky pond
Garden ponds are not as deep as natural water features. The lack
of depth means that a garden pond heats up and cools down
much more quickly. These changes in temperature and environmental factors such as fertilisers, plant residues etc., are among
the main causes of excess levels of nutrients and hence of growth
of algae.
High density of fish stock
In garden ponds the density of fish stock per cubic meter is usually
higher than in natural ponds. As the fish usually also receive more
food than in their natural environment, the amount of pollution due
to excrement is very high.
Excess growth of algae, as well as the high level of pollution due
to fish excrement causes a lack of oxygen in your pond; its biological balance has been disturbed.
Decrease the level of
nutrients and increase
the oxygen supply
5. Using the Pond Filter for the First Time
Initial operation :
You can fill the pump basket with stones to make the pump
more stable.
You can achieve the best cleaning results by using your Pond
Filter in the dirtiest area of the pond.
Second filter :
➔ Problem : the level of nutrients in your pond is too high.
The most effective solution to this problem is to decrease the
level of nutrients available by means of a biological process and
to remove excess nutrients while at the same time increasing
the oxygen supply.
We recommend using two filters for ponds larger than 16 m 3
with slightly dirty water or for ponds larger than 8 m 3 with very
dirty water (ponds containing fish).
Operating two filters in parallel :
1. Screw another hose clockwise onto the second connection
of the first Pond Filter.
2. Screw the other end of the hose onto the connection of the
second Pond Filter.
b
a
The growth of algae can be restricted by installing a filter. Floating
substances (e.g. floating algae), which cause the water to be
murky, are filtered out and the water is purified. This helps the
pond to regain its biological balance. However, existing algae (e.g.
thread algae) visible at the time of installation must be skimmed off
(e.g. with the GARDENA combisystem Pond Net, Art. No. 7933).
Installing a filter
1. Screw the hose clockwise onto the thread G 3/4 (26,5 mm)
of the pump.
2. Screw the hose clockwise onto the thread G 3/4 (26,5 mm)
of the Pond Filter.
3. Position the Pond Filter and Pump in the garden pond so that
the Pond Filter and basket of the pump are completely covered
by water.
Operating two filters in series:
1. Press out the cap a of the lower Pond Filter from the inside.
2. Remove the lowest part of the filter b from the top Pond Filter.
3. Position the second Pond Filter on top of the first Pond Filter.
6. Pond Filter Maintenance
4. How the Pond Filter Works
!
Water inlet
Connection for connecting the hose to the pump in the pond.
"
§
$
Second connection
For connecting two Pond Filters in parallel (the second
connection is sealed with a plug at the factory).
$
!
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2
Mechanical fine filtering with Zeolith
GARDENA Zeolith increases the surface area for more
efficient cleaning.
§
1
Mechanical coarse filtering
Large particles of dirt are filtered out of the water by the
foam filtering elements.
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Cleaning the Pond Filter :
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The GARDENA Pond Filter is largely maintenance-free.
However, it may require cleaning from time to time.
1. Unplug the pump from the mains.
2. Remove the Pond Filter from the pond.
3. Unscrew the hose clockwise.
4. Empty the Pond Filter completely.
5. Press in both clips 1 at the same time and remove the top
part of the filter.
6. Remove all other parts of the filter in the same way.
7. Remove the foam filter elements2 from the filter and rinse
under running water.
8. Also clean the round foam filter element 3 under running water.
9. Remove the Zeolith 4 from the bottom part of the filter and
clean (using saltwater, for example).
10. Reassemble the Pond Filter in the opposite order.
11. Screw the hoses back onto the Pond Filter and position in
the pond (see “Using the Pond Filter for the First Time –
Initial Operation ”).
To ensure the zeolith functions correctly, we recommend you
replace or clean it every 6 months (e.g. in salt water).
GARDENA Zeolith, 1 l
GARDENA Zeolith, 5 l
Art. No. 7914
Art. No. 7915
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1. The Applications Range of the GARDENA Fountain Pump
7. Trouble-Shooting
Problem
Probable cause
Remedy
Water is not clear.
The floating material in the
pond is brown and sinks to
the bottom.
v Remove algae and leaves
from the pond, e.g. using
the GARDENA combisystem Pond Net, Art. 7933.
The pond is extremely dirty
and full of excess nutrients.
1. Check the nitrate level,
e.g. using the GARDENA
Pond Test Set, Art. 7920.
2. If necessary, replace the water and clean the pond shell.
Excess density of fish
and animal stock.
As a guideline for fish stock
the following rule applies:
maximum length of fish 60 cm
in 1m 3 of pond water.
If you have any problems with your Pond Filter, please contact our Service.
8. Storing the Pond Filter
Wintering :
Please read these operating instructions carefully and observe
the notes given. Use the instructions to familiarise yourself with
the equipment, the operating controls, their correct use, and the
notes on safety.
For safety reasons, children under 16 as well as persons not
familiar with these operating instructions should not use these
pumps.
v Keep these operating instructions in a safe place.
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Attention
1. The Applications Range of the GARDENA
Fountain Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2. For Your Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3. Applications: Examples – System extensions –
Product Recommendations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4. Using Your Pump for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
5. Pump Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
6. Storing the Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
7. Trouble-Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
8. Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
9. Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
GARDENA Fountain Pumps have been designed for private use.
They are not designed for operating watering tools and systems.
The pumps may be used indoors as well as outdoors.
GARDENA Fountain Pumps have not been designed for constant use in the industrial sector. Corrosive, easily combustible,
aggressive or explosive substances (e.g. petrol, petroleum, nitro
thinner) as well as salt-water or food / drinking water must not
be pumped.
2. For Your Safety
Operating the pump
The pump should be operated via a residual current device
with a residual current rating of ≤ 30 mA (DIN VDE 0100 -702
and 0100 -738). The pump must be placed on solid, even ground.
Please ask your electrician for his advice.
Mains power cables
Mains power cables should not have a smaller cross-section
than a rubber sheathed cable of the designation H05 RNF.
Extension cables must meet the requirements of DIN VDE 0620.
For Austria
In Austria power cables should correspond to ÖVE-EM 42,
T 2 (2000) /1979 § 22 according to § 2022.1. According to this
standard pumps used in swimming pools and ponds should only
be operated via an isolating transformer. Please contact your
electrician.
For Switzerland
In Switzerland mobile appliances which are used outdoors,
must be connected via a residual-current device.
Visual check
Before operating the pump, look to see if there is any damage
of the pump (esp. regarding power cable and plug). A damaged
pump must not be used. In case of damage, please have the
pump checked by our GARDENA Service Centre or by an authorised electrician.
Check line voltage
Check line voltage. Data indicated on the type plate must match
technical data of the mains supply.
Do not operate pump
when there are people
in the water
The pump must not be operated when there are people in the
water.
Swimming pools
and garden ponds
Swimming pools and garden ponds should be designed according to international and national design regulations. Please
consult a professional electrician.
Do not use power cable
to carry the pump
Do not use the power cable to carry the pump or to pull the plug
out of the socket. Protect the power cable from heat, oil and
sharp edges.
Disconnect plug
Please unplug the pump after operation and before carrying out
any maintenance works.
Temperature of the liquid
used
The temperature of the liquid used must not be below 4 °C or
above 35 °C.
Wear and reduced output
Sand and other abrasive substances in the liquid cause increased wear and reduce the output of the pump.
Observe local noise
prevention regulations
Please observe the local noise prevention regulations.
1. Remove the Pond Filter from the pond, unscrew the hose
clockwise and empty the Pond Filter completely.
2. Store the Pond Filter away from frost.
Part II: Operating Instructions
for Fountain Pump WFP 3000 / 5000
Contents of instructions
for Pump
Intended purpose
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3. Applications:
Examples – System extensions – Product Recommendations
Adaptable lamps
➔ Example for application:
Underwater lighting of water jets and pond edges.
➔ Products:
GARDENA Underwater Light
GARDENA lightline Transformers
Art. No. 7951
Avoid dry operation
Avoid dry operation of the pump as dry running will produce
undesirable heat and destroy the pump.
5. Pump Maintenance
Cleaning the pump
and tank :
The tank and pump must be free of dirt.
1. Unplug the pump from the mains.
2. Remove the pump from the water.
3. Rinse the pump and tank with a jet of water.
➔ Example for application:
For operating water jets from the comfort of your patio or
your living room.
Remote control
➔ Products:
GARDENA Remote Control Set
GARDENA Remote Control Socket
Information
Information: Do not use any hard objects or strong detergents!
Art. No. 7874
Art. No. 7875
.Always
unplug the pump first before working on it.
the Safety and Assembly Information attached to the
operating instructions.
.Follow
4. Using the Pump for the First Time
Pay attention to
minimum water depth
Please note the maximum submersion depth (see “Technical Data”).
Installing
the pump :
1. Place the pump in the tank.
Removing dirt deposits
from the pump :
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3
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
1
2. Position the pump on a firm surface so that the upper edge
of the basket is completely covered by water.
3. Screw the fountain onto the throttle valve.
4. Screw the fountain with throttle valve onto the pump.
Unplug the pump from the mains.
Remove the pump from the water.
Unscrew the hose clockwise from the threaded adapter.
Raise the pump slightly, twist and remove upwards.
5. Screw the pump housing 1 anticlockwise as far as it
will go and remove (do not tilt).
6. Pull the rotating unit 2 out of the motor housing 4.
7. Remove all dirt deposits from the parts of the pump.
8. Insert the seal 3 into the groove of the motor housing 4.
9. Push the rotating unit 2 back into the motor housing 4.
10. Fit the pump housing 1 ensuring that the threaded adapter
is in a horizontal position and
then screw the housing down
(pay attention to the markings).
6. Storing the Pump
Where to store
Adjusting fountain :
1. Remove the pump from the pond and store away from frost
before the first frost sets in.
2. Clean and check the pump carefully.
3. Store the pump in a container filled with water.
The mains plug must not be submerged.
1. Screw the fountain insert you want to install (either Water Bell
or Cascade) into fountain.
2. Screw throttle valve on pump anti-clockwise (approx. one turn)
until fountain is adjusted to correct position.
Water
Bell
Cascade
Starting the pump
3. Only if installing Water Bell :
Screw Water Bell fountain insert into fountain until Waterbell
creates the shape you want.
A Caution! Pump will start running immediately!
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7. Trouble-Shooting
Blocked feed impeller
Connect the power cable to a 230 V AC socket.
A The pump should be stored out of the reach of children.
If the feed impeller becomes blocked, the pump and the filter
should be cleaned (see “Pump Maintenance”).
If you have any problems with your Pump, please contact our
Service.
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Product liability
8. Technical Data
Type
Art. No.
WFP 3000
7909
WFP 5000
7910
Rated power
Flow
Max. delivery head
Max. submersion depth
Power cable
Fitting
Max. media temperature
Mains voltage
Frequency
7.5 W
16.5 l / min
1.6 m
1.0 m
10 m H05 RNF
26,5 mm (G 3 / 4) male thread
35 °C
230 V
50 Hz
9.5 W
30.5 l / min
2.0 m
1.0 m
10 m H05 RNF
26,5 mm (G 3 / 4) male thread
35 °C
230 V
50 Hz
Noise level L WA1)
48 dB (A)
48 dB (A)
We expressly point out that, in accordance with the product
liability law, we are not liable for any damage caused by our units
if it is due to improper repair or if parts exchanged are not original
GARDENA parts or parts approved by us, and, if the repairs were
not carried out by a GARDENA Service Centre or an authorised
specialist. The same applies to spare parts and accessories.
EU Certificate of Conformity
The undersigned
GARDENA Kress + Kastner GmbH · Hans-Lorenser-Str. 40 · D-89079 Ulm
hereby certifies that, when leaving our factory, the units indicated below are in accordance with the
harmonised EU guidelines, EU standards of safety and product specific standards.
1) Measuring method according to EN 60335 -1
This certificate becomes void if the units are modified without our approval.
Performance characteristics
m
bar
2,5
0,25
0,2
2,0
1,5
W
FP
1,0
Description of the units :
Fountain Pumps
Type :
WFP 3000 / WFP 5000
Art. No. :
7909 / 7910
EU directives :
Machinery Directive 98 / 37/ EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility 89 / 336 / EC
Low Voltage Directive 73 / 23 / EC
Directive 93 / 68 / EC
0,15
WF
P5
00
0
30
00
0,1
0,05
0,5
Harmonised
European standards :
0
0
10
20
30
40
l / min
Year of CE marking :
9. Service
Guarantee
EN
EN
EN
EN
292 -1
292 - 2
60335 -1
60335 - 2 - 41
2000
Ulm, 20.11.2000
Thomas Heinl
Technical Dept. Manager
GARDENA guarantees this product for 12 months (from date of
purchase). This guarantee covers all serious defects of the unit
that can be proved to be material or manufacturing faults. Under
warranty we will either replace the unit or repair it free of charge
if the following conditions apply:
• The unit must have been handled properly and in keeping with
the requirements of the operating in-structions.
• Neither the purchaser or a non-authorised third party have
attempted to repair the unit.
Parts subject to wear (e.g. rotating unit) are excluded from this
guarantee.
This manufacturer’s guarantee does not affect the user’s existing
warranty claims against the dealer / seller.
If you have any problems with your Fountain Pump, please contact our Service or return the defective unit together with a short
description of the problem – in case of guarantee, with a copy
of the receipt – postage paid to one of the GARDENA Service
Centres listed on the back of this leaflet.
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Finland
Habitec Oy
Martinkyläntie 52
01720 Vantaa
France
GARDENA France
Service Après-Vente
BP 50080
95948 ROISSY CDG Cedex
Great Britain
GARDENA UK Ltd.
27- 28 Brenkley Way
Blezard Business Park
Seaton Burn
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE13 6DS
Greece
Agrokip G. Psomadopoulos & Co.
20, Lykourgou str.
Kallithea - Athens
Hungary
GARDENA Magyarország Kft.
Késmárk utca 22
1158 Budapest
Iceland
Heimilistaeki hf
Saetun 8
P.O. Box 5340
125 Reykjavik
Republic of Ireland
Michael McLoughlin & Sons
Hardware Limited
Long Mile Road
Dublin 12
Italy
GARDENA Italia S.r.l.
Via Donizetti 22
20020 Lainate (Mi)
Japan
KAKUDAI Mfg. Co. Ltd.
1- 4 - 4, Itachibori Nishi-ku
Osaka 550
Luxembourg
Magasins Jules Neuberg
Grand Rue 30
Case Postale No. 12
Luxembourg 2010
Netherlands
MARKT (Holland) BV
Postbus 219
1380 AE Weesp
Neth. Antilles
Jonka Enterprises N.V.
Sta. Rosa Weg 196
P.O. Box 8200
Curaçao
New Zealand
NYLEX New Zealand Limited
Private Bag 94001
South Auckland Mail Centre
10 Offenhauser Drive
East Tamaki, Manukau
Norway
GARDENA Norge A / S
Postboks 214
2013 Skjetten
Poland
GARDENA Polska Sp. z o.o.
Szymanów 9 d
05 - 532 Baniocha
Portugal
MARKT (Portugal), Lda.
Recta da Granja do Marquês
Edif. GARDENA
Algueirão
2725-596 Mem Martins
Russia / Россия
АО АМИДА ТТЦ
ул. Моcфилмовcкая 66
117330 Моcква
Singapore
Variware
Holland Road Shopping Centre
227-A 1st Fl., Unit 29
Holland Avenue
Singapore 1027
Slowenia / Croatia
Silk d.o.o. Trgovina
Brodišče 15
1236 Trzin
South Africa
GARDENA South Africa (Pty.) Ltd.
P.O. Box 11534
Vorna Valley 1686
Spain
ANMI Andreu y Miriam S.A.
Calle Pere IV, 111
08018 Barcelona
Sweden
GARDENA Svenska AB
Box 9003
20039 Malmö
Switzerland
GARDENA Kress + Kastner AG
Bitziberg 1
8184 Bachenbülach
Ukraine / Украина
АОЗТ АЛЬЦЕСТ
ул. Гайдара 50
г. Киев 01033
Turkey
Dost Diþ Ticaret Mümessillik A.Þ.
Yeþilbaðlar Mah. Baþkent
Cad. No. 26
Pendik - Ýstanbul
USA
GARDENA
3085 Shawnee Drive
Winchester, VA 22604
7906 - 20.960.02 / 0011
GARDENA Kress + Kastner GmbH
Postfach 27 47, D - 89070 Ulm
http: //www.gardena.de
T305 512650 / Id.23701 / 03 J
Deutschland
GARDENA Kress + Kastner GmbH
GARDENA Service
Hans-Lorenser-Straße 40
D-89079 Ulm
Produktfragen: (07 31) 490 - 123
Reparaturen: (07 31) 490 - 290
Argentina
Argensem S.A.
Venezuela 1075
(1618) El Talar - Buenos Aires
Australia
NYLEX Corporation Ltd.
25 - 29 Nepean Highway
P.O. Box 68
Mentone, Victoria 3194
Austria
GARDENA Österreich Ges. m.b.H.
Stettnerweg 11-15
2100 Korneuburg
Belgium
MARKT (Belgium) NV/ SA
Sterrebeekstraat 163
1930 Zaventem
Brazil
M. Cassab
Av. das Nações Unidas, 20.882
Santo Amaro, CEP 04795-000
São Paulo - S.P.
Bulgaria / България
ДЕНЕКС ООД
бул. „Черни връх“ 43
София 1407
Canada
GARDENA Canada Ltd.
100, Summerlea Road
Brampton, Ontario
Canada L6T 4X3
Chile
Antonio Martinic Y CIA. LTDA.
Gilberto Fuenzalida 185 Loc.
Las Condes - Santiago de Chile
Costa Rica
Compania Exim
Euroiberoamericana S.A.
350 Sur del Automercado
Los Yoses
San Pedro
Cyprus
FARMOKIPIKI LTD
P.O. Box 7098
74, Digeni Akrita Ave.
1641 Nicosia
Czech Republic
GARDENA spol. s.r.o.
Ripská 20
62700 Brno
Denmark
GARDENA Danmark A / S
Naverland 8
2600 Glostrup
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