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  1. #21
    OK thanks I see what you mean now as I was expecting to see a second pump somewhere after the Eazy Pod but everything after the Eazy Pod is basically gravity fed which is basically what Feline was saying in her explanation earlier.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Frimley Koi keeper View Post
    OK thanks I see what you mean now as I was expecting to see a second pump somewhere after the Eazy Pod but everything after the Eazy Pod is basically gravity fed which is basically what Feline was saying in her explanation earlier.
    Yep that's it and the second filter needs to be able to cope with the output from the pod. My second filter still has the original foams in it and is now acting as a bio, I think!

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  4. #23
    Thanks for answering all my questions and the photos helped too, nice one.

  5. #24
    Just out of interest has your Eazy Pod got the built in UVC or have you got a separate one between the pump and the Eazy Pod?

  6. #25
    I have a separate UV between the pump and Eazy Pod, it's a 24w All Pond Solutions unit, good value at just under 70.
    I must admit that my pod is struggling to cope in this weather and my pond is only 6,500 ltrs, I'm thinking about getting some kind of pre-filter either a sieve or a multicyclone but I don't want to spend vast amounts of money just in case I end up needing to buy a bigger/better filter.

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  8. #26
    I was looking at prefilters a few weeks ago and was toying with the idea of a vortex chamber but just wasn't sure how it would work in front of the Eazy Pod as they both may need to be pump fed? I found some really good priced ones too so could have got 2 before the Eazy Pod. Due to the height of the vortex chambers it might be possible to pump feed the first one and gravity feed the second one and the Eazy Pod etc?

  9. #27
    I'm guessing that two pumps would be difficult to get right as you would never get the balance right. The Multicyclone is an in line filter so it's under pressure and you would only need one pump, I think.

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  11. #28
    Yes you are right about the multi cyclone filter.

    Have you seen the "Dirty Harry" prefilter?

  12. #29
    Yes I've seen the Dirty Harry but I haven't seen it working or any reviews. Do you have any links, all I get when I google it are pictures of Clint Eastwood?

  13. #30
    Go ahead punk!! Make my day lol

    No I've only seen pictures of them but no video etc.

  14. #31
    I might have to buy one and review it.

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  16. #32
    Good man.

    Question is, do you give it 6 stars or only 5? In all this confusion I don't really know. Well do you feel lucky, punk!!! Lol

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