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Old 12-03-2018, 12:19 PM   #541
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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.
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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 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

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ht1eGJ6OM_4
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My house and pond is still grass field right now. Still in approval process from BCA.
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