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Pretty Loud Indoor Water Wall In Hotel

 

I found this pretty loud Indoor Water Wall in a Hotel - it is impressive, but a little damaged. (This waterwall was not build by us.)

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How to design a backyard water feature - DIY Outdoor Waterfall

 

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In this video I'm going to show you how we have planned a water feature in the backyard for a customer.

Here you can see the basic set up, already with all the covers but just up front, down here, we have a tank. Here we would have the pump. The pump would direct the water through a 32 millimeters diameter hose or pipe to the top of the water wall and then the water would be distributed in an overflow channel, which I will show you in a minute, and then the water would go across those natural stone tiles, being collected here in a bottom tank and then moving forward back to the tank, which is digged below the grass. So, this is the main circle.

Then you can see here an overflow channel made of stainless steel which is supported by 2 PVC sub distributions. So, this 32 diameter pipe is then divided into two pipes and each would have a PVC sub distribution. This sub distribution is very clearly explained in our Glass Waterwall...

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Installing a thread fountain water feature - indoor waterfall setup

 

For todays blog post we took a time lapse of how we setup a thread fountain water feature for one of our customers. Please enjoy.

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Glass Water Wall As A Room Devider

 

Please enjoy this video of a beautiful Glass Water Wall which functions as a room devider in a waiting area.

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Blue Glass Water Wall

 

Please enjoy this short video of our manually operated waterwall on a dark blue glass plane.

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Ugly Wastewater Drama At Luxury Water Feature - Why You Need Non-Return-Valves

 

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Hello Guys,

a couple of years ago we have produced this wonderful, beautiful water feature, which is on the floor in a very, very exclusive house.

I will show you some pictures in a few seconds and take you look at this environment. So, it's a really very exclusive customer, very very beautiful water feature. And here you can see how beautiful it was when it was finished. And i really have to tell you : It is incredibly beautiful.

So, having said this, we have .., well actually it's not us who have had this misery, but something really ugly happened and this is why you should always take care of a non-return-valve, because the customer here ... you know, if that is the water feature in this area, then in the garage was the water technology stored, in a pumping sump.

Let me show you just a picture of that, ok, so here you can see a local plummer who just is in the pumping sump where we have stored all the pumps and water treatment,...

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Testing 6m Thread Fountain Water Wall Indoor Waterfall

 

We have just setup a 6m high thread fountain, see the test run in the video.

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Thread fountain LED test

 

We tested this thread fountain with LED lights in the frame. Please have a look.
Soothing, isn't it ?

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Water Wall Test - Natural Stone Tiles - Distribution, Splashing and Visibility

 

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In this video I want to show you our test, which we have made, with natural tile stones in order to create a water wall. So the customer asked us to plan a water wall and so we did what we always do and what we really recommend, we tested those natural stone tiles before we did the planning and the installation. And there are actually the two most important things are here splashing and free falling drops and the color of the stone.

Let's just begin with splashing. So we have tested the water distribution with different amounts of water, well, it's not precise but it's just a volume of water which we have driven across the surface and you can see here at 25 percent, well, it's barely covering the whole thing. Then we opened the pump a little bit and, I think, this has been the best setting with 50%. 75% creates too much streams and I would say it's too much and 100 percent is far too much.

So, okay, so we have found out that the...

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Water Wall Quotes

 

Please enjoy some inspiring quotes in the video.

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