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    Extreme Koi Member Rank = Rokusai davec's Avatar
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    What a day done covers and burst water pipe

    Got up this morning and water all over put new pipe and brass fittings on purifier inlet yesterday and itís blown off it was already installed on pipe when it came but itís blown off anyway fixed it and Iíve finally got my covers sorted thanx to my dad nice slope on it too to let water run off


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    Looks good mate like the feed hatch

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    Extreme Koi Member Rank = Rokusai davec's Avatar
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    Thank you


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    Nice job!

    what did you use to seal between the polycarbonate sheets?
    You don't have to be a pipefitter to keep koi...
    but it helps...

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    Extreme Koi Member Rank = Rokusai davec's Avatar
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    Untreated 2 by 2frame which has 28 mm pipe lagging pushed over top screwed down onto that used stainless steel penny washers and screws to fasten polycarb down also thereís a white plastic washer with a lid attatched what screw head sits inside and a lid on each that pushes shut sat on top of each penny washer cheaper and far easier than the ores usually used to secure polycarb down you only need a hole width of screws


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    What a great neat job looks really good Dave.
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by davec View Post
    Untreated 2 by 2frame which has 28 mm pipe lagging pushed over top screwed down onto that used stainless steel penny washers and screws to fasten polycarb down also thereís a white plastic washer with a lid attatched what screw head sits inside and a lid on each that pushes shut sat on top of each penny washer cheaper and far easier than the ores usually used to secure polycarb down you only need a hole width of screws
    Thanks,

    I've still got to lag my underground pipes, then build my polycarb frames, (already bought some 63 x 38 CLS)
    i was trying to figure out how i wanted to join the sheets to prevent too much warm air leaking out, but the lagging is a great idea!
    You don't have to be a pipefitter to keep koi...
    but it helps...

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    looks very nice mate, good job... Steve.

 

 

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