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    Thread: Low-Profile Shower Filter

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      Here the picture, as requested. Like I said, the blocks have hardly any coloration at all, just a pale touch of brown. It probably won't darken much until next Spring when feeding resumes.

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      This filter design in your pics/ video is interesting. thanks for showing that. I didn't think biofiltration did that much for clarity. I'm confused by that.

      I'm going to make a low profile filter this winter so I have time to get my design right since winter here lasts forever
      Going back to an earlier comment about the flushing design that would have a con of being loud, can someone show me a low profile flushing design or any flushing design that starts out going thru a sieve? Is there a way to shut off the flushing feature so it just runs thru when you don't want to hear it flushing while enjoying the pond? This would allow 50 % crashing water and then 50% submerged with a good channeling reducing cleanout, right?

      My budget is small both on the build and the electricity and I want to get the most ghp with the least head so low profile would be better then a barrel.
      I have a ton of kaldnes in 3 sizes so using it would be cheap for me. Any links or ideas?

      Should I move this to it's own thread or is adding it here with your comments ok?

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      https://www.koiphen.com/forums/showth...e-filter/page2

      this post is 8 years old. Hasn't anyone got anything more recent?

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