Tranquil and evocative, our corten steel pond wall is a wonderful addition to your garden. The pond wall can be added to the short or long side of the pond, making the pond an even more dynamic garden feature. We have pond walls with either a letterbox waterfall or a three-spout fountain waterfall. There’s a wall to suit every pond and garden!
Corten steel has an orange-brown colour, the result of a natural rust layer. Another name for corten steel is weathering steel: weather conditions have a positive effect on this material.
Corten steel is a metal alloy made by adding copper, phosphorus, silicon, nickel and chromium to iron. When exposed to air, the material forms a protective layer of rust. This natural coating prevents further corrosion, so the pond walls will last for many years.
- 5-year guarantee (pumps 2-year guarantee).
- The product can be customised.
- Includes stainless steel fasteners and pump.
- Corten steel pond walls are hard-wearing, weather-resistant, low-maintenance and durable.
- The corten steel has a standard thickness of 2 mm.
- Products are delivered without rust. The corten steel rusting process takes about 4-5 months, depending on weather conditions.
- Products should be unpacked immediately upon receipt to release any moisture trapped inside the packaging. If the product is left in its packaging, it may develop uneven rust patches.
- We do not recommend using corten steel within 2 km of a coastline.
- The weathering process may cause rust run-off.
- The guarantee expires if you drill or grind in a way that is not specified.
- The water used in this product should have a neutral pH value (7) to protect the look and quality of the material.
- Clean annually by spraying coarse dirt off the product with tap water.
USE IN WINTER:
- In freezing temperatures, always remove the plug from the power socket.
- Reduce the water level to at least 10 cm below the edge.
- We recommend using an ice preventer (available at any garden centre or hardware store).
- If the above conditions are met, the pump can remain in the water. You can also remove the pump from the pond and store it in water (above 0°C) over winter.