Pondmaster 1500 Filter


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iv had this pondmaster filter for a while now and my filter media is getting old so here is what i did let me know if yall think it will help the filtration, here is my filter it has to chamders or sections seperated by a grate View attachment 795
This is the bio media i made its 3/4" pvc and i drilled holes in it from what iv heard i think it will help let me know if im wasting my time thanksView attachment 723
what u think, oh yea i have a 650gal pond u can c it in "stouty's pond" :icon_smile:
 

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Good job with the pics ...does that filter just sit in the pond?
 

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Looks good to me. The more tubes the better. I have mixed feelings about the holes, but they can't hurt. Surface area is what makes them work. The anerobic bacteria attach to the surface and as the water flows over, they feed on the nitrates and nitrites.
 
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oh ok i was thinkin about water flow would b greater through the tubes with holes but im a newbee to the diy filter stuff thanks for the info
 

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