- - 10,000g pond
|Age of Aquariums ||04-17-2007 11:50 PM |
As you can probably tell, some cinder blocks fell into the pond, the wind (71mph) destroyed the pluming and waterfall and took one half of the liner stones into the water, then fried one pump and damaged the filter and another pump.
|Age of Aquariums ||04-17-2007 11:53 PM |
The pumps where $350 a piece and the filter was $400. The liner has a leak too but I can patch it. 75% of the waterfall is gone also.
|reverendred ||04-18-2007 12:38 AM |
damn man that sucks. how long till its up and running again?
|Mrmofo ||04-18-2007 04:12 AM |
hopefully there werent any live stock in there.is that ur big salty ur talking about? that really sucks to hear about that good luck getting it back up n running
|The-Wolf ||04-18-2007 05:41 AM |
the pictures look no where near 10,000 gallons
more like 80g tops
what are the dimensions?
|Age of Aquariums ||04-18-2007 10:56 AM |
Its only 15x10 on the surface, but its at least 5 feet deep, maybe 10 feet.
|Age of Aquariums ||04-18-2007 10:58 AM |
This is the salt, it was empty and the rain filled it up with muddy water.
|Age of Aquariums ||04-18-2007 11:50 AM |
It could be more than 6 months before it runs again and the dims are (I measured) 60"x240"'=14,400x300"= 4,320,000/231= 18,701.1298 gallons. To calculate the gallons in a pond or aquarium its depth x width= x length / 231 =gallons.
|Age of Aquariums ||04-18-2007 11:04 PM |
Right now there is over 400lbs of rocks and bricks in the pond left from the storm. I am very unhappy about it. Luckily no livestock was in the pond otherwise it would have been crushed.
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