Floating Geyser Cluster Fountains are popular in ponds, lakes, reservoirs. Each of the nozzles produce highly aerated columns of water and are water level dependent. They are grouped closely together on one of Delta Fountains’ custom fiberglass floats. Our floating fountains are self-contained and able to be moved to various locations within a water source and to new bodies of water, as needed.
The geysers are capable of propelling water from a couple feet to up to 30 feet in the air while maintaining excellent wind stability. Delta Fountains offers several sizes and grouping designs to accommodate any aesthetic desired. These are popular in as single columns and geyser clusters.
Floating geyser clusters are great focal points for lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. They’re popular in several settings, such as commercial landscape, residential communities and golf course landscape design. Aside from the acoustic benefits they bring to the surrounding area, geysers also bring an important aesthetic benefit to the water source they reside in. During the day, the geysers will draw visitors’ eyes to water. At night, an illuminated floating geyser cluster will not only provide light to the columns of water but also the surrounding water’s surface.
Too often, ponds and reservoirs are subject to still water, especially in areas with little wind activity. All Floating geyser fountains offer aeration and surface disruption to water sources. They reduce algae levels, increase oxygen levels and provide a large percentage required aquatic maintenance. These are all vital to the health of water bodies, especially in mosquito-prone areas. For more information on the benefits, you can read about our most renown geyser at the Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in New York City.