Victor Koons: I have the same filter and my fines sit on top of the ouster shells. And recently they dont stop there they keep floating up and back into the pond. Any suggestions
Gunnar Visser: Hi rghill100, I just want to find out what is the volume of your pond more or less?
Pt Nguyen: Awesome filtration system! Im definitely going to build something similar to this as soon the weather get warmer!
Carol Scott: Do you get any leaves in your pond ? I see you have in pond skimmer but is it sufficient if you get leaves
Matt “SwedeAquaponics” Olsson: How long has this filter been running and how much do you feed your fish per day (weight of feed)? Have you ever been forced to empty out the media to clean it out? Thanks!
Robert Van Den Berg: Hi Do you perhaps have a diagram of your skimmer in your pond? Thanks
Thoong Tran: This is a great simple bio filter and very efficient and less to maintain, I have being doing my research for DIY and I think this is the best easy one to build, thanks for the video.
fanman1981: love your pond setup..however you lost me at the beginning with the pump in the milk crate and then going to the 55 gallon barrel buried in ground with the bird netting..is there another video covering that? and where do you find the milk crates?
Ray Creighton: Very Nice job. Like the other person do you have a diagram we could use?
Ethan Lim: About how much do you think the whole setup cost? (Just filter). Not including waterfall and skimmer. Where did you get all those bio balls?
Jonathan Anthony: very cool filter set-up!! I want to know do you have the same water in the pond from day 1 or have changed topped up the water or completed changed the water ever if so, how often have done so. please let me know
rghill100: @ Cory. UV is after all filtration because you want the cleanest water traveling through it as its more effective. Its there to prevent green water.
Cory GFYS: I am super new to ponds other than having a catfish pond when I was a kid. I was just wondering why a uv light is after then bioballs? Wouldn't it be better at the beginning of the filtration? I was just wondering before I built a bunch of stuff
charlie hagan: How much did it cost?
Devon Pillay: how long do you run your pump
civicekhatch9: thank you.. i will try that
rghill100: @civicehatch9. I used about 100 lbs in mine about 8" deep. The water must boil large to clean. So if your leaf blower works that's cool. You can also use a 1.5 hP spa blower as well.
rghill100: @Sweets805107. Yes look at my other videos on how to build. There is video on how to clean as well.
civicekhatch9: thank for the info. i just bought 35lb of chicken grit hope that is enough. how many pound do you use ? and can i use leaf blower instead of shop vac ?