MA FishGuy: Great video. Good information man Thank you
Janis K: could you please list a parts list for your filter thank you Oh bye the
way GREAT JOB
Tom will: very smart and your pond will be great.
Muhammad Fatih: What type is the pump, please??? I mean the model so I could buy it.
Thanks in advance!
GOLDfishIT: The intro music tho ! Lol
Yhazhee Torreon Jr: tnx so much ,coz its simple/easy homemade filter..tnx for info...So
qwertyuiopo4: soldering iron lol
john falcon costanzo: thanks mate good info,,,lol on the water fall was good too ;o)
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.
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
Ronald Raub: May be a good idea but explanation too fast and not detailed. Did not show
a list of parts needed.
Ron Reid-Taylor: uncut. well done sir. haha
InvincibleRain: Good idea. I may soak sponges n bio-char to see if it sticks and increases
7272gorgeous: can you give what size of pipping you used
Nelos s: Great video. Good information man Thank you
wafflethug: those sponges should have been rinsed first. Plus I think they'll dissolve
after a while
Kapulfilms: i get everything from bunnings
a3v03v0: I would have skipped the gravel in the bottom. It collects solids that
might other wise end up in the filter. Makes the pond harder to clean. The
bottom of the pond will soon be covered with algae and look natural without
Thong Le: I love you man! U save me 100 bucks!
adairsr53: I'm making this bio-filter,thanxs for the idea. I would like to hide this
bio-filter some where around my waterfall is this possible or shouldi just
use the bio-filter as another difusser or spillway
Setneuf Fuentes: Philippines
kIMO kmais: wat is that black cord call the one that suck in water
joker66599: I made it today but I need another overflow/outlet my pump is to fast and
starts to over flow the trash can. Going back to home depot tomorrow. than
you for all the help.
wardy mann: great job .
Kapulfilms: no probs, thanks
dresden sixseven: on the rock water fall. Thanks again
pippaknuckle: Interesting design. I was wondering if the vortex effect did work and did
it help keep the muck at the bottom for draining. I reckon it would need a
powerful pump like yours to achieve that. Maybe a slower moving pump would
let the solids stay at the bottom just through the weight. The tap to drain
the bottom is a really nice innovation. Thanks.
Katherine Smith: Thanks for this great video you're the ONLY person I've seen that actually
shows the waterpump they're using, none of the other videos do which I
think is stupid because obviously I need to know what the pump looks like
to duplicate their setup!
Kapulfilms: yep, thanks, thats the only way i can keep the hobby alive
ohkfilms: he said on the video, he would install a drain to get all the muck that
builds up at the bottom of the filter. And you dont want to clean a bio
filter to sparkling clean otherwise you'd have to start over again in
building a good bio life thing bla blaasssfagfaljdflafjldsjaa
adam watson: Love how you use dead cheap stuff not expensive filters or pumps
Richard Habicher: This must be from Australia a good place for all waterworks!
Kapulfilms: find barrels anywher, i got mine from bunnings PVS is 25mm
Dieseljonnyboy: Nice work, good on yah for sharing.
Amanda Borgeson: i must ask, what do you call those 'fittings' that you use for pvc pipes
but attched to the basin/bucket? without the water leaking through the hole?
bighatstephens: hi! if your bulkhead fitting start to leak you might want to look into
getting some uniseals. How has this filter worked out for you?
Ing Oscar Manuel De Luna Carpio: que porquería
kheroot: I am going to build a koi pond and I think i'll use this design, I am going
to put a bridge over it and the bridge would cover this up just fine! The
only difference is I think I'll use a solar panel to run it. I subbed
because of this video, now I'll watch you're others, thanks for the post!
Jack Belton: Can the garbage can be under ground but just high enough for the overflow
pipe to pour into the pond?
tOnyyz1: Hey thats pretty good :) but i reckon you should use wool as well and put
some carbon in there
Kapulfilms: @betomty84 5000 lt per hour pump was used
Kushan Perera: can someone please give me a parts list because i am very new to this pond
scene and don't really know much thank you
Brian Murphy: What size pond does this filter work for?
MelissiaAnn33: Hey There my frioend could you tell me a little about the fittings and the
pipe like what size pipe we would need and what types of fittings and what
size they need to be Please I would greatly appreciate the help Melissia Ann
Kapulfilms: they are just bins. In my set up i pump to the filter, then to my trout
tank and then into my aquaponics garden then into my pond. checkout
aquaponicgardener (dot) com (dot)au for more info. my other videos show my
latest set up.
MotionTSG: Warning! Those who are planning on utilizing this method be extremely
careful with your sponge selection. Most household sponges are treated with
antibacterial solutions to inhibit mold growth. Although they well may
filter the water of detritus, the beneficial microbe growth will be
extremely if not completely hindered.
LishaoQin1: Consider the flow capacity of the pump ... I think the pvc pipe from 3/4
"is enough for a flow of up to 4000 liters / hour or more ... Sailing the
amount of gallons of your pond.
Phil Waud: If the pipe enters the drum at the top, then the pressure on the fittings
is lower and you wont get as many leaks, you can even avoid them completely
by having the pipe going into the container above the water line. The water
need to start at the bottom of the drum and leave at the top so that
gravity helps keep any debris at the beginning. As for the contribution
made by the swirl or vortex, I haven't experimented but it seems to make
sense to have one!
John Oplado: I actually used the same exact design on my pond. Works like a charm!!
DIY home made cheap Biological Filter for your Koi or Goldfish Pond for under $1004.8
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