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    Senior Member Rank = Jussai RoyLittle0's Avatar
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    We have a MP40 wave maker £300+ with "Flow: 4,500+ gph (17,000+ lph)" and it cam move water in our marine tank almost 1 meter and you can set it to make waves by pulsing it, but I don't think it will do to much in a pond

    Our reef tank is 1.2 meters wide and really we need two of these wavemakers, pulsing from side to side

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    4600 Gallon Concrete Block and Fiberglass
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    Bakki Shower - 30 KG Sakura Far Infrared Media
    2 x 18,000 lh pumps

    http://www.koiforum.uk/pond-construction-pond-build-diaries/21720-roy-lynns-shiny-pond-day.html

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    Really glad I've found this post I've just emailed them 2 days ago for that model you are looking at for a similar reason only mine being I didn't put mid returns in . Lack of knowledge biggest killer going

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    well in the end i didnt get one,simple reason is i still have to swap drum placement and nexus around as nexus sat too high to run from skimmer,but drums i had to put on a raised shelf,so drums where nexus is and nexus where drums are,then going to connect nexus up and run the return to bottom end of pond pointing up towards skimmer,well thats the plan,just wish weather would get better as its too flaming cold and miserable to be playing in pond hahaha,also i need to get in pond to raise one of my BD domes as i set it a little too low,,,,andi

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    Quote Originally Posted by andikoi View Post
    well in the end i didnt get one,simple reason is i still have to swap drum placement and nexus around as nexus sat too high to run from skimmer,but drums i had to put on a raised shelf,so drums where nexus is and nexus where drums are,then going to connect nexus up and run the return to bottom end of pond pointing up towards skimmer,well thats the plan,just wish weather would get better as its too flaming cold and miserable to be playing in pond hahaha,also i need to get in pond to raise one of my BD domes as i set it a little too low,,,,andi
    Nice weather for swimming with the fish

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    4600 Gallon Concrete Block and Fiberglass
    2.1 Meter x 0.71 Infinity Window
    2 x Aerated Bottom Drains and Skimmer
    Filtreau HiFlow 30 Drum Filter
    Bio Chamber - 140 litres K1
    Bakki Shower - 30 KG Sakura Far Infrared Media
    2 x 18,000 lh pumps

    http://www.koiforum.uk/pond-construction-pond-build-diaries/21720-roy-lynns-shiny-pond-day.html

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    would be if i was heated but not so its bloody cold,lol ,,,,andi

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