Blade water material fall type?


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Which material is better for a blade waterfall. Stainless Steel or Acrylic? Located in Chicago so hot summers and cold winter, which still last longer and less likely to clog up. It's going into a wall of a paver pond. Pond is 8' x 4' x 4' will have goldfish.

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What’s a blade waterfall? Same as a sheet falls?
yeah, pretty sure that's what he means.

Stainless steel has the strength factor, and probably the cost (more) facter, too. I think either will work fine, though.
 
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I've seen blade falls that are 10 or more years old - no rust. Now maybe they clean them? Who knows. But either one would work, I assume. Depends on the look you're going for mostly. If I could see it, I'd want stainless. If it's to be concealed, I wouldn't care.
 
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I'm going with Stainless, seems to work for what i need, thanks to all. I'll share the build once I get closer to the finish line
 
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