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DragonFireSG 12-03-2018 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ThomasLim (Post 10009621)
Thks bro for the advise. I think if the NOVA pump breaks down again, I will get myself Tsurumi. However I am not sure if the piping can fix or not, and if the compartment is big enough to accommodate different pump size... lastly I am worry that Tsurumi is too powerful and dry out the last compartment easily causing the pump to be exposed above water...

With Tsurumi standard pumps, the best way to control flow is just a regular ball valve on the output end. The piping they use is 2".

I suggest using a flexi coupling like a fernco to do connections. Makes assembly/disassembly very easy.

ThomasLim 13-03-2018 10:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DragonFireSG (Post 10009636)
With Tsurumi standard pumps, the best way to control flow is just a regular ball valve on the output end. The piping they use is 2".

I suggest using a flexi coupling like a fernco to do connections. Makes assembly/disassembly very easy.

Bro DragonFireSG, thabks for your advise. Will definitely change to Tsurumi if this Nova pump breaks down again... Btw how is the progress of your new pond? Really would like to see how you build it phase by phase :D give us detail pictures ;)

Found an interesting video in YouTube regarding operation of the koi... never know that can just cut it open, remove the debris and just sew back. Done! Looks easy :rolleyes:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ht1eGJ6OM_4

DragonFireSG 31-03-2018 05:56 PM

My house and pond is still grass field right now. Still in approval process from BCA.

ThomasLim 25-08-2018 10:37 AM

Recently my fgt is suffering many casualties... including my 23inches albino knife fish was seriously injured and passed on..... really dont know who is the culprit... Now I am worry for my small pleco 😓 They have been together for the past years peacefully and out of the sudden, this culprit turns so violent. Monster indeed :o

shiokmc 01-09-2018 12:35 AM

Step up wc?

Seems like monster is irritated by water conditions...

ThomasLim 03-09-2018 08:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shiokmc (Post 10018416)
Step up wc?

Seems like monster is irritated by water conditions...

this is the reason? :eek: didnít know this could be the reason :o Indeed that I have not wc for quite a while... really thanks for the advise bro.... :)

shiokmc 05-09-2018 11:37 PM

If no new tank mates
No other reason for old timer in there to get frisky out of the blue

Juz my humble 2sens laa

ThomasLim 07-07-2019 11:01 PM

Hi all bros, really need advise from u on how to transfer a 3+ feet aligator gar from a big comm fgt? For aro, I think there is not a problem at all, but big gar is too dangerous to catch :o pls help and TIA...

yanki2 09-07-2019 08:51 PM

Where u transferring it to? Use canvas to body hold it?

DragonFireSG 10-07-2019 04:52 PM

A koi sock net would probably be best. They are also sized for fish that big.


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