DIY Home Made Cheap Biological Filter For Your Koi Or Goldfish Pond For Under $100




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William Sprake: what size pump is in the pond?

samir khan: will this process repeatedly in 2 to 3 bucket remove arsenic and iron from water and can it be usable for drinking purpose...

Berto Soto: Soon yo will get the gravel out from the bottom you will see. I used gravel on my pond and it get full of debree because the pump didnt recover it from between the gravel.

CINDY H MCDANIEL: Using the nylon puffy bath sponges work well, and last a long time. I use plastic baskets, place rubber shelf liner in side, place the water pump/fountain piece. Then first layer of small rock, place pump and surround with bath sponges. fold around and over the shelf liner. secure with plastic tie straps. and put this in the pool.. quick and easy for small pool, really catches fine debris. thank you for your video.

Charlyon27: DO NOT build this filter as you will always be taking the sponges out to clean them. You need a vortex first then a top down filter with something like K1 media that can be back flushed with an air line and air stone to clean it. EA do some great filters

MrEye4get: Well done! The pump sponge will definitely get dirty often. It is the first filter in the system closest to the source.

tim taylor: Instead of a basket I used a flower pot and drilled a lot of holes in it, the pot supports the weight of gravel I put in

enrrique alcaino: Hey Brotha ,excellent Idea now need to know what side of the white pimping you did use ? also the black connectors what are they will appreciate if you can answer my question keep the good work

Mundo Dante: It's working HURRAY Ohh not so good LOL

Diana Sauer: Great! Thank you this is helping :)

Tommy Chappell: I like. Your home made filter, but I can't find inlet and outlet pipe. any where. Can you tell me where I can get to it

Sisha Gonsior: Biofilters are used to breed aerobic bacteria which needs oxygen, without oxygen it will work but not nearly as efficiently and you will have to clean it much more often. I built my biofilter 5 years ago, same as yours but with a cone at the top that spins air down at the same time as the water. My pond is 10,000 litres and the filter is the same size as yours, I haven't had to clean the muck from the bottom coz the bacteria eats it all. The top gets a layer of green which I have a top drain pipe going to the garden and once a year I stir it all up, pushing on the scourers till it's gone clear, turn off that tap and it's all done, keeping the pump going. I chucked the little prefilter and put a large one on the pump. Works brilliantly. Thanks to people like you who post how is why I made my own with added tweaks for my situation and not bought one, thanks.

Dhiraj Shrestha: actually i dont like the way you put filter media

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dennis hopkins: How many litres is that bin?

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? 

Mustang shelby: Cool

o0RAGA0o: You had to put a second pipe in cos you're outlets are a lil to high
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