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    cleaning
  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
    filter
  • A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it
  • A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required
  • device that removes something from whatever passes through it
  • an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
  • A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components
  • remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
    pond
  • (of flowing water or other liquids) Form such a lake
  • Hold back or dam up (flowing water or another liquid) to form a small lake
  • a small lake; "the pond was too small for sailing"
  • Pond was a grunge band from Portland, Oregon. They formed in 1991 and broke up in 1998. They were signed to Sub Pop (first two albums) and the Work Records sub-label of Sony Records (last album).
  • A pond is a body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is usually smaller than a lake.
cleaning pond filter - Sunterra 300106
Sunterra 300106 Pond Bio-Filter 1000 Gallons, Black
Sunterra 300106 Pond Bio-Filter 1000 Gallons, Black
A contained body of water is subject to conditions such as dirt, insects, algae and decomposed vegetation that affect the water clarity and health. A filtration system is needed to balance the ponds ecosystem. This filtration system must match both the power of the pump and the volume of the water garden. All Sunterra filters use mechanical and biological filtration. The mechanical filtration process uses foam filters to trap debris. While the biological filtration uses biological ball (bio balls), that have large surface areas used to nurture beneficial bacteria. This beneficial bacteria converts harmful pathogens into useful nitrates. Both types of filtration work together to provide a clearer and healthier pond. The Sunterra Bio-filters utilize a dual filtration system consisting of both mechanical (foam filters) and biological (bio balls) processes. This particular Bio-Filter cleans ponds up to 1000 gallons. It is recommended for use with pond pumps capable of pumping water from 850 to 1250 gallons per hour.

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Pond in a tropical paradise by London based Fork Garden Design
Pond in a tropical paradise by London based Fork Garden Design
Our client was a young professional with a love of painting and open spaces. She bought the property a couple of years earlier and had just finished working on the interior - now it was time to tackle the overgrown garden. The brief was simple - create something with lots of colour and a pond. We played around with various concepts and finally settled on the one shown above. There were only two plants worth keeping in the entire garden, a Prunus lusitanica tree and a Fatsia japonica shrub. As they were quite big and established their chance of survival if dug up and moved would have been pretty low so we designed the garden around them. The finished garden would include a patio, a lawn with stepping-stones, a deck floating over a large pond and a raised metal walkway above plants and water. The planting would be colourful and have a tropical feel, including tree ferns and giant Agapanthus. Work started on clearing the garden and the first thing to be tackled was the mass of ivy covering the right hand side fence. It was dense and surprisingly heavy but still no match for our shears and saws. A couple of hours later and it was nearly all down and time to start bagging up the rubbish ready for disposal the next morning. At the end of day 1 the garden was totally cleared and ready for the new layout to be marked out on the ground with pink string. Now that there was nothing left in the garden it felt twice as big and when the client arrived home she couldn't believe how much space she really had. Over the following few days lots of digging took place, the hardest of which was at the bottom of the garden for the new pond. The earth in this area hadn't been touched for many years and was rock solid. Although the deck appears to float over the pond it merely overhangs it by 20cm, this means that the pond is really an 'L' shape. To get a nice straight edge that would not crumble with the force of the water pushing against it we made up a shuttering system and back filled it with concrete. Legs for the deck to bolt to were set within the concrete before it set, making the frame rock solid. The garden fell by half a metre from the house to the rear wall so we carried out levelling works to build the garden on three levels. The patio would be the highest, the lawn and stepping-stone the middle and the pond would be the lowest. A wooden sleeper wall divided the middle and lower levels. The deck was built to be perfectly level with the lawn an top of the sleeper wall, attached to both was a walkway made from recycled metal grills that sat on a timber frame 30cm above the planting. The grills allow you to walk through and above the planting on the way to the deck, finally passing over the pond. Lighting was installed under the grills and at night it gives a really magical effect to the whole area. Timber edging was used to shutter off the path area so that the base could be laid and compacted without mixing in with the soil. The sleeper wall is held in place with long bolts attached to posts at the back. The posts are concreted deep into the ground to make sure they don't move. Grey sawn sandstone paving was used for the path and a step was added to make it easier to walk between the levels. The pond is 2ft deep and has a pump and filter system that runs 24 hours a day, all year. This keeps the water nice and clean and has allowed the client to stock the pond with a dozen or so large fish. Aquatic plants have been added to create a more natural environment and give the fish places to hide. The pond liner is capped with a heavy black metal edging that not only protects it but also gives the pond a nice crisp finish. When full, the water level sits 2cm below the bottom of the deck - hence the floating effect. The timber frame supporting the metal grill walkway was painted black and a hardwood trim to match the deck was added around the edges. This trim holds the grills in place and just adds a nice finishing touch. It was then time to bring in some really good new topsoil and compost. The compost was added to the planting beds and the topsoil was added to the new lawn area. After raking the soil over and removing any final bumps and lump it was time to start laying the lawn. The plants that were used in this garden included: Perennials: Agapanthus 'Headbourne Hybrids' Agapanthus umberllatus 'Ovatus' Crocosmia masoniorum Crocosmia ‘Limpopo’ Echinacea purp.'Magnus' Euphorbia robbiae Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles' Heuchera 'Obsidian' Hosta sieboldiana Hosta undulata Albomarginata’ Iris ‘Jane Phillips’ Kniphofia 'Alcazar' Lilium philipinense Liriope muscari 'Big Blue' Lobelia fulgens 'Queen Victoria' Nepeta ‘Walkers Low’ Penstemon 'King George' Penstemon 'Sour Grapes' Pennisetum villosum Shrubs and climbers: Cornus Kousa Cordyline dazzler Phormium 'Pink Panther' Phormium tenax variegata Rhus typhina 'Dissecta' Photinia ‘Red Robin’ Trachelospermum jasminoides Ferns: Dryopteris erythrosora Dr
Filtration system for Koi pond
Filtration system for Koi pond
The tank at back is the biofilter (filled with bioballs that provide a substrate for the bacteria to grow on. The bacteria convert ammonia to nitrites, then to nitrates).There is a sediment filter as well. Then the water flows out down an artificial stream lined with pebbles which cleans it further, and through the saggitarius plants which consume nitrates as fertilizer and prevent algae growth.

cleaning pond filter
cleaning pond filter
Laguna ClearFlo 1400 Kit - Includes PT1502 Pressure-Flo Filter & PT342 Max-Flo Pump
The ClearFlo 1400 Kit provides the ultimate combination in power and performance combining the industry leading Max-Flo solids handling pump with the Pressure-Flo UV Filter. This perfect partnership ensures sustained performance and stunning water clarity. The Max-Flo features engineered magnetic drive motors with energy efficient pumps. There are very few moving parts which results in minimal maintenance and the unique strainer cage protects the impeller while maintaining a constant water flow. The Pressure-Flo Features a cleaning indicator that takes the guess work out of maintenance intervals and the patented filter backwash system enables routine cleaning in just seconds. The ClearFlo 1400 Kit is for ponds up to 1400 gallons and is the ideal way to maintain great water clarity.

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