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Mechanical Filtration?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Ponds' started by Asianleful, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. Asianleful

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    What do you guys think is the best way to "polish" pond water? Keeping it crystal clear sort of like in a household fish tank. :)
     
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    Sand filter or cartridge filter
     
  3. Asianleful

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    What kind of cartridge filter do you recommend?
     
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    A sand and gravel filter works really well, I have a 100 gallon S&G on my pond.

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    Both setup would help polish your pond. But I would go with an gravity sand gravel filter.


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    Debris net and brushes collect larger things in skimmer.

    Blue Malta mats and Hyacinth in filter trap and polish to gin clear.
     
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    wow those a nice big kois you got there Moneypit.
     
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    The Chagoi in the top picture is about three years old when that picture was taken, she was growing about 8-10" per year and now at five years she is about 37"
     
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    Cha Cha Cha....
     
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    wow those are really big sized kois. very cute photo
     

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