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How to build a pool water feature

 

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Hello and welcome again to the Wawazen Waterwall School. Here I will show you how we did a water wall at a pool which is looking pretty amazing.

This was a very exclusive villa in Switzerland where the complete pool area had been refurbished. Here you can see mosaic tiles and they have produced a niche and then we have put a glass plate there and we have also put some LED light down here and as it is, I think more than 10 years ago, maybe, I think, we have had also some LED lights up there. So, it looks pretty good, but we have had a couple of challenges and I wouldn't do it the same way again, but ... yeah, I will explain you how we did it. I just want to show you some additional pictures before I start explaining how we did it.

Okay, so now you have seen the setup and actually, as I said, it is a niche so if that's the wall, then, from above, then we have placed here the glass plate which is then at one level with the rest of...

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Water Wall with Logo

glass waterwall video Oct 03, 2020
 

Today we would like to present you a video of our Glass Water Wall with printed logo in the entrance area of a fitness center.

 
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Why it is good to use a reverse osmosis with automated waterwalls

 

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In this video I will explain and show you why you should use a reverse osmosis when running an automated water wall system because reverse osmosis is one of the best tools to remove lime from the house tap water. And as you maybe know lime is one of the biggest problems you can face when creating water features because it not only it makes your water feature ugly, it can also damage surfaces, it can cause water damages and it's the number one reason why pumps get killed. Because if a pump has to deal with lime, after a short period of time it simply won't continue pumping. And manufacturers generally do not accept lime damages within the guarantee. So if you have a new water feature and you don't take care of calcification, it might happen that after three or four months your pump is dead and you will have to buy a new one because you have no warranty on the pump because the damage is caused by lime and calcification.

So it's very...

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