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Where can I get replacement props for my bubbler?

I have a couple questions:

I have 2 bubblers from WDA Products in Keswick, Ontario. I need new propellers for them and WDA doesn't seem to be in business. Any idea where I can get props?

Is it recommended to put the bubblers in before the ice or can you drill a hole in the ice and put them in before the ice breaks up 3- I have a boathouse and a couple of docks. Width wise it covers about 80 feet across and they come out about 30 feet.

Will one bubbler do?

There's 8 feet of water at the end of the docks/boathouse and 1-2 feet at the shore.


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I'm not sure if WDA Products in Keswick, Ontario is even open anymore. It's been a while since we've had any information from them.

Try contacting a Kasco dealer in your area, they have props that may fit. Or maybe consider a new unit ( a 1/2 HP unit can be found for less than $550) Most people put the de-icer in before the freeze but you can cut a hole in the ice and insert the de-icer (properly mooring the device of course) and it will quickly open a huge hole in the ice. With an 8 foot depth I would use a single 1/2 HP de-icer as a best price option.

The de-icer with the thermostat control would be less than $750. You probably have a dealer in your area as the Kasco deicers are available everywhere from Ebay to Amazon.

More information on Kasco deicers and bubblers.



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