I was curious.... I have a 10,000 ish gallon pond im building. I was curious with 2 bottom drains how big of a settlment chamber should I have? should both bottom drains go to one chamber? Or should I have two seperate chambers?
I have a nice big hole on the side of my pond that I was planning to build a pump house. I don't think it's gonna be big enough I'm somewhat limmeted on space. The hole is about 10'X8' and about 3' down. with all the filtration and settlment chambers and pumps I am really scratching my head how i'm going to fit everything.
How big of settlment chamber/chambers will I need?
as you can see to the left of the one picture is my pond hole then the brick wall is the back of my pond hole. Off to the right is where I was planning on putting all filtration, settlment tanks, pumps ECT.
The second picture is of the pump house I was planning to build with blocks... The form you see is square with my property and house, as I didn't want a crooked building in my yard.
Does a settlement chamber have to be a vortex? or can I use a big square 300 gallon fertilizer tank from the farm store???
haha! Sorry for bouncing all over the place. this is how my my is bouncing around as I think about this pond