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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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DIY Indoor Waterfall With Big Problems

diy stone water wall video Apr 01, 2020
 

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Here you can see a very big water wall. It is around about 6m high and more than 3m wide in a very excusive, expensive 5 star hotel and guess what: it was a big desaster. Well, i didn't build this one, actually the customer called me to help him fix it.
Let me show you the biggest problems: Here you can see, what it is now looking like, actually they just turned it on to show me how it looks like. And as you can see, the water is running behind those dirty glasses. And, it doesn't look really good. The problem was thoses natural stone tiles, they made the water splash and drop away and here they try to fix it with silicone and the problem is that silicone is making the water loosing contact to the surface and then it dropped away.
So, actually the whole project was from the beginning, well, a real big problem and then they tried to fix it and each fix led to another problem. So, this is a wall which is covered with natural stone...

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Come with me around the Pillar water wall

 

Please have a look at this interesting water wall around a pillar at a reception and waiting area of a medical practice.

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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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