Pond build area.
t started snowing quite heavy as I was unloading the container so I didn't get many pictures of all of the RDF's. This one is the 75/100 combi unit and is the second largest one that Red Label makes. It is 10' long and 32" wide. It is going to New York.
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bdel01 wrote:The small is a 20/25 or 30/35? And thats going on the 4k gal ponds?
It is the 20/25 new model for the US. It is for the 2k ponds. I want a very high turnover rate.
The first RDF is up and running. I am getting about 12,000gph flow at 280 watts with the Periha pump. The controller set up on the Red Label is quite nice. Everything plugs into it and is controlled by presets in the computer. You can change the cleaning cycle by pressing the up button or the down button.
The RO unit arrived today and it has some minor damage so we won't be using it right away.
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I went to look for some plumbing fittings for the waste ports on the RDF's. They are all about 4" but I am going to run 3" waste lines. I needed something that could go from 4" to 3" with out causing an obstruction and I thought I would have to use several fitting. We found this. It is a 4 x 3 reducer with a street end on the 4" side so I can connect it directly to the RDF's with a Fernco. I have never seen anything like this in CA and, if it did exist, it would probably be $25.00. These were $6.00 each. Hah! It never ceases to amaze me what exists outside of CA.
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bdel01 wrote:any before & after pictures of water clarity from Red label?
No, sorry, but I don’t have any before and we are on bypass as the water has clay in it.
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