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The Aquasweep from Scott Aerator is an industry-leading solution to dock, canal, beach, and shoreline clean-up, improvement, and maintenance. The 230 volt Dock Mount Aquasweep can keep your waterfront clean from algae, trash, and decaying debris on the surface, or it can be used to blast muck, silt, weeds, and decaying leaves from the bottom. In fact, the Aquasweep has been the top debris and muck mover in the industry since it was launched 30 years ago! Use the 230 volt Aquasweep when the motor unit will be located more than 100 feet away from your main electrical panel on your property.
One of the great features of the Aquasweep is its continuous-run capability thanks to its weed-free design. The debris shield prevents grasses, weeds and other material from clogging the moving parts so your Aquasweep can move muck continuously, without concern for clogs!
High-velocity water propulsion pushes debris 75 feet or more, away from your swimming area, dock or boat lift. Our customers love the dramatic effect the Aquasweep has on their waterfront areas.
The Aquasweep safely mounts to your dock via the included stainless steel dock mounting plate. This mount is perfect for long-term installation to a dock or similar product.
Other Mounting Options
For and additional cost, you can add a dock post mount or a truss mount to place your Aquasweep where you need its muck-blasting power! Mounting the Aquasweep to your dock position the Aquasweep 2-4" from the bottom to give you the best muck-blasting results. The stainless steel yoke assembly the unit is attached to reaches a depth of up to 7 feet.
Dock Plate Mount
Comes standard with every Aquasweep and is the most popular mounting method. Requires lag screws to be drilled into your dock. If you have a metal pier or dock or do not wish to drill holes into your dock, please consider either a dock post mount or a dock truss mount.
Mounting option for dock with round, metal posts. Allows the Aquasweep unit to be attached to one of the posts that are sunk into the lake bed that hold your dock in place.
Mounts on metal docks and comparable frames using a sturdy, non-destructive attachment method.