Karolina Krajcek: Hi, I would like to make such filter by myself but could not find such pipes nowhere. Can you propose where to buy them. Best would be some online store. Thanks
Sandie Reichenberger: What did you use to make your waterfall? How many HP is your pump?
Rafael caceres: Cool
ragasdapper: You had to put a second pipe in cos you're outlets are a lil to high
samuel cohen: Hi, I am just about to make this filter would i need to take my koi out of the pond while installing this filter?
edwin heijmanns: sand
kavdanskikiril: Why the water is so "White" ?
Dheeraj NP: cleaning will be a problem as it is a bottom top design ...
Janis K: could you please list a parts list for your filter thank you Oh bye the way GREAT JOB
Yhazhee Torreon Jr: tnx so much ,coz its simple/easy homemade filter..tnx for info...So great...
Paul Croteau: I made one, just a note, if you have a 1" inlet feed, you need two 2" outlets to avoid the overflow from the can. The stronger your pump, the larger diameter of the outlets you will want.
Ron Reid-Taylor: uncut. well done sir. haha
john falcon costanzo: thanks mate good info,,,lol on the water fall was good too ;o)
Muhammad Fatih: What type is the pump, please??? I mean the model so I could buy it. Thanks in advance!
Joffrey Andrews: hey i built it and its works thanks it work so good i made 2 one for my fish pond and one for my turtle
InvincibleRain: Good idea. I may soak sponges n bio-char to see if it sticks and increases efficiency
7272gorgeous: can you give what size of pipping you used
Nelos s: Great video. Good information man Thank you
Tom will: very smart and your pond will be great.
MA FishGuy: Great video. Good information man Thank you
DIY home made cheap Biological Filter for your Koi or Goldfish Pond for under $1005
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