The HydroSweep Pro is a fully adjustable dock mounted thruster that keeps waterfronts, dock areas, and ponds clean from algae, trash, and decaying surface debris by mimicking natural water movement.

Keeping your waterfront clean and clear of aquatic vegetation has never been this simple.

Have problems with menacing aquatic vegetation, chiggers, or lake itch? Having trouble with murky water? HydroSweep is the solution to keep your body of water beautiful all year around.

Improve your waterfront by reducing aquatic vegetation growth around your swim area.

When installed 12 inches off the waterfront floor, the HydroSweep Pro produces optimal results, leaving a clean and safe shoreline for you and your family. SafeShore has worked closely with the Department of Natural Resources to ensure that the HydroSweep Pro remains an effective way to maintain waterfront and wildlife health by mirroring the natural movements of lakes, rivers, and streams.



ECO-MODE Setting (Cuts Power Consumption in Half)
Adjustability of 0 – 360°at 1° increments
Dual Oscillating Speed Control
Speed 1 is 1° / 4 minutes
Speed 2 is 1° / 10 seconds
1hp with 1400 Gallons/Minute Flow
7 Amp Electrical Consumption
Heavy Duty / Commercial
Obstruction Sensing
Microprocessor Controlled
Optional Safety Screen Kit Available



Rids Shorelines of Stagnant Water
Reduces Swimmer’s Itch
Deters Invasive Species


HydroSweep Pro is simply one of the safest, most effective, and most environmentally responsible way to enjoy your lakefront area without risking harm to the natural ecosystem of our beautiful lakes.


To facilitate and maximize your control of the dock area, the HydroSweep Pro is fully programmable, allowing you to control the direction of the 1400 gallons of water that it pumps every minute. This higher volume of water movement, nearly three times that of many devices, allows for effective agitation of up to 50 feet in any direction. This means that HydroSweep Pro can improve your beach and shoreline waters for a range of 100 feet in diameter.


The range of effectiveness is an estimate based on a number of variable factors. Performance may be reduced in deeper waters, or in steep drop-off in the lake floor; and obstructions, such as dock legs, wheels, or boatlifts will also affect range. Extensive testing, however, has confirmed an average of 100 feet range of effectiveness.