Dock Mount De-Icer

De-Icer products are designed to keep large areas of water free from ice build-up, even under the most extreme North American weather conditions.

With our De-Icers, a change of seasons no longer means having to remove the dock from the lake, or even the boat for that matter! Each Scott Aerator De-Icer will keep a 50-foot minimum diameter opening in the water surrounding your boat or dock.  Ice build-up in winter can cause lots of problems for boats, dock pilings, and boathouses as well as for fish and wildlife ponds. Our De-Icers are superior, efficient, reliable and extremely durable in keeping surface areas free of damaging ice.

A heavy-duty, stainless steel dock plate, pipe, and yoke assembly suspend the Scott Aerator Dock Mount De-Icer under the water’s surface. It mounts quickly and easily to almost any type of dock, and can easily be adjusted to accommodate different water levels. The Dock Mount De-Icer keeps ice from forming by bringing warmer water from the bottom and sending it out in a continuous agitated movement. This helps prevent dock pilings from being jacked, or lifted, by acting as a buffer to prevent ice expansion and pressure damage. Under extreme, below zero winter conditions, our 1/2HP De-Icer will keep a minimum 50 foot diameter area ice free, and up to 70 feet using the 1HP model.

DOCK PLATE (INCLUDED)

Dock Plate

Perfect for long-term installation to a dock or similar structure.

DOCK POST BRACKET (ADD-ON)

Dock Post Bracket

An excellent mounting option for docks with round, metal posts.

TRUSS MOUNT (ADD-ON)

Truss Mount

Works well on metal docks and comparable frames using a sturdy, non-destructive attachment method.

FREE-STANDING POST (ADD-ON)

Free-Standing Post

Our fully programmable oscillator attachment helps keep larger areas free from ice build-up without the need to purchase a second de-icer. The oscillator turns the de-icer in its mounting. It’s pre-programmed to rotate in 20-degree increments every 20 minutes. You set it for any radius you wish. Then plug it in and forget about it! The oscillator attachment can be added at purchase or later after installation.

Just in — our new Free-Standing Post for installing your De-Icer without a dock! Now you can place your De-Icer in those hard to reach spots, no dock required. You can select this as an option during checkout or call a sales consultant for details!

Compare to similar products and you’ll see why our Aerator Dock Mount De-Icer far surpasses anything else on the market. Here are some of the differences:

  • Our De-Icer is engineered for all water temperatures.
  • The De-Icer runs at 3450 rpm. Competitive de-icers, even those with 1-hp motors, run at fewer than 2000 rpm. This means the Scott De-Icer moves 400 gallons per minute compared to the competitors’ 180 gallons per minute.
  • The De-Icer is manufactured using American-made stainless steel, even the motor. The competition utilizes galvanized metal.

Slinger De-Icer

Ice buildup in winter can cause lots of problems for boats, dock pilings, and boathouses as well as for fish and wildlife ponds.

The Slinger De-Icer can be suspended from a boat, pilings or dock by using nylon ropes (included) to fasten. This de-icer removes and prevents ice by bringing warmer water from the bottom and sending it out in a continuous agitated movement. It easily adjusts to compensate for varying water levels, and its heavy-duty design holds up in fresh and salt waters. Made for use in hard-to-reach areas and rapidly changing conditions, it’s an economical solution to ice formation in large marinas and dock areas.

Compare to similar products and you’ll see why our Slinger De-icer by far surpasses anything else on the market. Here are some of the differences:

  • The De-Icer is oil-free. Other de-icers require oil to be added and changed frequently. Oil-filled motors can allow disastrous oil leaks, and they run slowly in cold water. Our De-Icer is engineered for all water temperatures.
  • The De-Icer runs at 3,450 rpm. Competitive de-icers, even those with 1-hp motors, run at fewer than 2,000 rpm. This means the De-Icer moves 400 gallons per minute compared to the competitors’ 180 gallons per minute.
  • The De-Icer is manufactured using American-made stainless steel, even the motor. The competition utilizes galvanized metal.

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