Atlantic Water Gardens Waterscapes Manual shows you how to determine pond volume, surface footage, the proper way to install a streambed, how to install a skimmer, filterfalls and echochamber.
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Determining Pond Volume
Determining Surface Area
Placement of FilterFalls and Skimmer
Excavating and Setting the Skimmer
Attaching the Liner
Attaching the Weir Door
Plumbing the Skimmer
F ILTERFALLS INSTALLATION
Setting the Filterfalls
ECHO CHAMBER INSTALLATION
Echo Chamber vs. Gravel
Excavating and Setting the Echo Chamber
Setting the FastFalls
Liner and Plumbing Attachment
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS/CROSS-REFERENCE GUIDE
MATCH TO FILTERFALLS
It is important to calculate the estimated water volume before you begin construction, and
then re-calculate final water volume when your project is completed. Estimating water volume
pre-construction is a step that is often skipped by many homeowners and contractors. A
water garden with undersized filtration can prove to be a maintenance nightmare.
TO DETERMINE POND VOLUME
Multiply (in feet) the average length x the average width x the average depth to find
cubic feet of pond volume. Multiply cubic feet x 7.48 = gallons.