Atlantic-OASE Pumps and accessories offer the perfect solution for all water features, large and small. Whether the application calls for Mag Drive or Direct Drive, Axial or Asynchronous, Synchronous or Brushless DC, our pumps deliver the right flow at the righ head for the righ wattage. Advanced next generation design, top quality components and world class support ensure our pumps will provide years of trouble-free service. 

More importantly, we can teach you how to go about choosing pumps. This section includes how to select a pond pump, to calculate pump size for water feature, how to calculate feet of head for a pumpand much more. Our pond pump gph calculator makes water feature pump sizing easy, and the feet of head calculator explains the Total Dynamic Head or TDH of water features. In addition to the pump head calculator, we also go over how to convert psi to feet of head and feet of head to psi, and how to read a pump chart.

Choosing the Perfect Pump, whether high head water pump, or low head pumps, has never been easier.

  • Fountain pumps offer adjustable flows and multiple adapters for ease of installation and adjustment
  • Magnetic pumps make better flows at higher head heights and are the easiest to service in the industry
  • Asynchronous pumps have the most powerful, most efficient and smallest footprint on the market, offering tool-free maintenance and an optional Variable Speed Controller
  • Direct Drive pumps deliver high head and solids handling ability for the most demanding in-pond applications
  • Brushless DC fountain pumps offer up to 12 pre-programmed water displays, while Brushless DC filtration versions adjust from low to extremely high flows at very low wattages

Atlantic's Comprehensive Pump Chart provides clear, easy-to-understand Best Efficiency Points and Recommended Operating Ranges, to ensure the perfect match of pump to application. Estimate the Total Dynamic Head of your system* and then find the desired GPH at that head height. For best results make sure the pump chosen is operating in its Best Efficiency range (dark blue) to avoid cavitation, overheating and overworking, ensuring years of worry-free service. Please refer to our Choosing the Perfect Pump step-by-step guide to calculate your TDH.

Pro Series Fountain Basin Features