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    Very cool

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    This shower is an ideal design for minimizing 1) noise 2) evaporation 3) water cooling effect in winter time.

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    What size hole saw did you use for the 2" pipe? Also how did you hold the pipe in the box? Pvc glue? Thanks Ken P.S. great job!!!!!!

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    how big is your pond. and can you show the plumbing to the tpr's? thanks cool design

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEN L. View Post
    What size hole saw did you use for the 2" pipe? Also how did you hold the pipe in the box? Pvc glue? Thanks Ken P.S. great job!!!!!!
    I believe I used 2-3/8" hole saw to drill for 2" pipes. If you don't not have exact size, you can buy one from Lowes or HD.

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    Thank you mao83515 !!!!

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    Tony,

    I am so disappointed that I am a bit far from you ... great work Sir... this is how shower should be done IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccna101 View Post
    Tony,

    I am so disappointed that I am a bit far from you ... great work Sir... this is how shower should be done IMHO.

    Dong
    If you have chance to come to So Cal. You are very welcome to visit my pond. Just send me a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin32 View Post
    how big is your pond. and can you show the plumbing to the tpr's? thanks cool design
    Hi, Kevin

    I took some pictures to show you how I connect my shower to my TPRs. I only have three TPRs

    I connected two outlets into in one TPR.
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    One of them is connected as a bypass. If I need do PP or other med treatment. I can bypass the shower filter.
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    Your craftsmanship is very good on this shower, and imitation is the most sincere form of flattery

    Just make sure you keep the water level inside the shower as low as possible to avoid too much pressure on those glue joints. PVC glue works so well in pipe fittings due to the large surface area of the glue joint. In your case you only have the width of the butt joint as a seal, so it will not take as much pressure. Good job though.
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    Any update how the performance is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by striperri View Post
    Any update how the performance is?

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    There are working as expected. All my pond parameter readings are very good.

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