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 Post subject: Roman's two IBC system.
PostPosted: Apr 18th, '14, 20:21 
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Take two IBC's. Make aquaponics.


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Looks good! Is it inside?


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Incomplete! So far: Two flood and drain grow beds, filled with scoria/"a Queensland name for the same thing, that I can't remember". A 1500Lph (0 meter rating) pump half way down each tank. Grow beds rest on non structural (untreated) pine in 90x35 middles and 70x35 ends to marry up with the shape of the liner top. Water was pumping around with some goldfish for a week before planting some big box sourced seedlings of whatever wasn't shriveled up to much or too overpriced.


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No, should have mentioned, it's on a patio outside.


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This is the parts exploded for the bell siphon.


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The 40mm/25mm pvc bush sits nicely in the vent part of this Schultz cap. Add some sealant between the two and voila.


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The bell, 65mm pvc tube. It just happened that a joiner in this size fit snuggly around the vent of the cap.


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Extra holes drilled between the larger holes. This seems to enables the siphon to stop at a lower water level and more abruptly.


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You are going to hate yourself for setting the GB's that low and directly over the FT's when you have to start chasing fish and doing maintainance on your tanks. Other than that, looks good.

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