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DIY Water Wall Problems - DON'T Use Pipe With Holes At Indoor Waterfall

 

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In this video I'm going to show you the three big problems you might face when you use a pipe with holes like here in order to get water distributed at a water wall or at the indoor waterfall. I'm gonna use this example because, actually it's pretty sad, because this is a real good craftmens work, actually it's really an artistic design and it's high-quality stainless steel work here, but the sad thing is that the guy who has built it probably never has build a water wall before because otherwise he would have used another water distribution system.

So three problems will occur when you use a system like this: The first one you can see it here: you don't get a complete water distribution as you can see we have here at the left and at the right side dry zones. This is because of the water distribution and because of the borders here. So, that's going to get ugly, because you might imagine that this is actually not looking good if...

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Playing here !

 

Please enjoy watching this three year old boy playing at an indoor waterfall.
Hahaha !

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Water Wall Test Run

 

In this video you can watch the test run of a big stainless steel water wall. Please enjoy !

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Crazy Mirror Effects

 

Have a look at this video of a stainless steel waterwall.
It looks amazing … even without water.

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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.

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