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LINNE Industries: PondHawk

November 26, 2020 By
PondHawk from LINNE Industries is a solar-powered subsurface aeration system that delivers low-maintenance pond maintenance. Using the power of the sun (even on cloudy days), PondHawk needs no electricity—so its operating costs are minimal. PondHawk is quiet, tamper-resistant, and environmentally ...

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Linne Industries launches new website for PondHawk brand

August 13, 2020 By
Linne Industries, maker of the PondHawk solar-powered pond aeration system, recently launched its new website, www.pondhawk.com. ...

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Linne Industries adds senior adviser

August 6, 2020 By
Shaun Donahue has joined Linne Industries, maker of the PondHawk solar-powered pond aeration system, as senior adviser for golf course agronomy. Donahue, a golf industry veteran, is the golf course superintendent at Tidewater Golf Club in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. ...

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Linne Industries receives patent for solar-powered water aeration system

May 28, 2020 By
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a patent for Linne Industries’ protective screens as part of its the PondHawk solar-powered pond aeration system. The patented protective screens simultaneously cover the back of PondHawk’s solar panel, integrate it into the ...

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Linne Industries: PondHawk

November 22, 2019 By
PondHawk® is a solar-powered aeration system designed for year-round use with minimal maintenance.  Most ponds need management to maintain the habitat, water quality and clarity in a healthy balance. Often though, ponds are neglected or treated with chemicals and dyes, ...

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Linne Industries: PondHawk

June 7, 2019 By
PondHawk® keeps your hazard from becoming a liability. Without management, ponds can become a stinking mess that your members notice. PondHawk helps keep a pond – and business – healthy. As a golf course superintendent, you have a million worries. ...

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