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    Fry automatic feeder.

    I have some 6 week old fry in a grow on at 25 deg and covered to keep the heat in.
    A small auto feeder but it keeps getting condensation on it.
    I have the feeder up high outside the covers so that is fine,then it goes into a funnel to a 1ins pipe work to the tank,fine when dry works great but condensation builds up inside the pipe so restricting the food.
    How do you guys do it?
    Or any ideas please?


    John

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    Lift it up higher away from the funnel. Assuming it’s the condensation coming from the heated tank through the funnel into the feeder. A bigger gap may help.
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    Pump fed nexus 320 with Draco drum drop in
    Skimmer to 2x110w UV to sieve

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    Lift it up higher away from the funnel. Assuming its the condensation coming from the heated tank through the funnel into the feeder. A bigger gap between funnel and feeder may help.
    21000L pond
    Pump fed nexus 320 with Draco drum drop in
    Skimmer to 2x110w UV to sieve

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    The food goes into the funnel then to pipework which is getting the condensation, maybe lift the pipe work and drop the food like a bomb
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by john1 View Post
    The food goes into the funnel then to pipework which is getting the condensation, maybe lift the pipe work and drop the food like a bomb
    Howd you get on?


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    Pump fed nexus 320 with Draco drum drop in
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