schuimpge wrote:AJBangkok wrote:I think I have a pretty standard system below.
I Would agree with that except that it's the first system I see mounted on the ceiling....
Breizh29 wrote:Klondyke wrote:... the flow inlet into the tank should be arranged so gently, that it does not whirl up the water sedimented at the bottom before. ....
Please can you show me this?
16 air outlets that will be supplied by an air blower (2HP, 3HP I don't know). Next time I will ask the builder of the pool an air nozzle and I will put the picture.Rdteth wrote:In an earlier picture I noticed you will make some 16 air outlets in the bottom of your spa, all with what looks like 1" pipe ( maybe 3/4). What will you be using to make that much air? Also what kind of nozzles will you use?
Get out of the spa and take the stairs!Rdteth wrote:How do you go from the spa into the pool?
No, the pipe (2 ") that exits the spa floor is for a discharge nozzle (as in the pool). The water level of the spa will be higher than that of the pool of about 40 cm. Of the spa will overflow in the pool. When the spa pump is closed I will still have water filtration.Rdteth wrote:I see 1 more thick pipe coming out the spa floor, water outlet I guess. How is your design set up?
Why am I doing that? It is a fantasy of my wife! More seriously I'm not the first to do this and it's pretty I think. Here is a picture of the pool which we were inspired.Rdteth wrote:In the latter I wonder why you have the whole spa elevated and the waterlevel above pool level?
The walls of the buffer tank were still not concreted when the thunderstorms arrived much earlier than expected! Result: the soil collapsed around the excavation and it will be necessary to dismantle everything to clean before reassembling the formwork and this time formwork inside and outside. The next meteo window is probably between Monday and Wednesday.Rdteth wrote:and what' s happening with the works now?
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