Pumpenverkleidung aus ReefRock - Riffkeramik

Discussion in 'Pumps and Waterflow' started by RocketRooster, 11 Feb 2013.

  1. RocketRooster

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    ^^^ What he said.

    (Something to do with taking Moscow before winter or something)

    Actually, it's an interesting idea for nano's to hide flow pumps in the rockwork:

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    http://www.reefrock.de/pabdeck.html
     
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    Nice;)
     
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    dallasg Moderator MASA Contributor

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    yes i have spoken to Korellenwelt before, nice guys, shipping is a killer and its palletised and heavy
    I was ordering for my new tank
     
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    As in np pellets?
     
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    Göring's Luftwaffe promised but couldn't deliver!


    I wonder if they would be offended if somebody stole this idea and DIY'ed it...?
     
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    As long as you not selling the diy it's ok.
     
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    Lol ok, having a ginger moment
     
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    dallasg Moderator MASA Contributor

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    i wouldnt use that if you paid me
    no ceramic rock

    you can make DIY rock, they just very artistic etc. they process is great as no need to cure rock for weeks, only a few days...
    also they use sintered glass mix
     
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    Well that depends on whether they have a patent on the idea. Besides, I wouldn't make them out of RiffKeramik, I'd make them out of bäuenzement und korallenbruch.

    I'd be the greatest fortress builder of all time!
     
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    I would use aragacrete to diy this.
     
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    if you just want rock for deco then ceramic, if you want rock for great bio and deco then use sintered glass
     
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    tunze make the same rocks to hide their pumps in, there were some for sale on gumtree a little while ago R450 for 2
     
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    Pump covers are very nice in hiding the unsightly pumps, but become a mission to clean and service the pump if the cover and rock work are combined.

    IME if the pump dies, then most are just left under the rocks for the day the tank has a major revamp or the tank sadly ends up in the for sale threads.

    For me, just live with the unsightly pump and be able to give it regular servicing, or, go closed loop and your issues are over.

    The closed loop brigade is on the troll.:)
     
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