diy 1 submersible/sump pump fish pond mega oxygen,aeration,circulation (how to make)

diy 1 submersible/sump pump fish pond mega oxygen,aeration,circulation (how to make)

READ this !!! attn:will not work on multiple grill or screen intake AKA Volute screen intake you need the same intake you see on the video.this pump is 750watts if you run 24/7 you go broke but any way i already bought small one @ebay 150watts and run like almost the same …. male adapter,valve from home depot, bigger sump pump handles more water more air can produce… “NEW INVENTION” 3 in 1 water circulation, aeration/oxygen,protein skimmer my next project …. …………….why mine not sucking air?……………….. problem: a…you drill to big for tube connection / water still passing through… fixed: b… use teflon tape / silicon around the bolt thread problem: a…you drill to close to water outtake fixed: b…check the propeller turns / opposite side multiple grills intake –not going to work..period

25 Responses to “diy 1 submersible/sump pump fish pond mega oxygen,aeration,circulation (how to make)”

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    now a days air pump for pond are dam expensive \m/…..this video is only for show teaching you how to make it.

    GOT POND?

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @Arteolike i’m lol kid …..if you know how to toast a salad you should be ok ….lol

    “”do you know how to read”"

    watch it again from oo.oo to 00.13 aww

  • doremonpal:

    hi, where do you get those quick connect air adapter? and what’s the name for those parts?? this looks so awesome i want to do one like yours :D

  • alphatao1:

    i love you man- ibought one of those air pump kit,spend $345. a week ago im going to return it and i’m gonna use my old sump pump…thx.thx.thx so much

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @doremonpal any hardware stores but i got mine @ home depot, it’s called quick connect male adapter and
    quick connect straight valve

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @alphatao1 you welcome ……i hope your not homo….lol

  • doremonpal:

    @Mr1SUPERB Thanks! you are so great! now i will have plenty of OXYGEN for my kois and no need for any air pump

  • Duhitpt:

    im thinking of make it a 2 way filter and air-pump but would it work? 1 output as aeration and other output go straight to the filter so i don’t have to use multiple pump?

    idk if it could work?

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @Duhitpt that’s fine….if you have one of those big sump pump that can handle more water- gallon per hr (gph) it’s fine for sure, to me I’d put one switch valve to control one side….

  • Duhitpt:

    @Mr1SUPERB wat is the best (gph) would u recommend for a pond that kinda like circular w/ L= 6-7ft w= 7-8 ft? Dept is : 5ft

  • doremonpal:

    @Mr1SUPERB i tried today but it didn’t work like yours, i have a Jabao 4250 gal/hour sub pump, i drilled the hole but it doesn’t seem to suck in the air, wondering what’s wrong ? does it have to be a sump pump? cause my pump use some kinda vortex flow, don’t know if that could be the problem… or i have to get a sump pump? and does the height matter? cause i lift about 4 feet

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @doremonpal ……..i think you have one of those multiple intake grill if yes thats not going to work ,unless you cover the side ,bottom and live one big intake hole like you see on my video

  • chacoal:

    @Duhitpt i think it will work i was thinkin about that today, and the pump looks strong enough

  • rolyf100:

    How many gallons are you aerating and what is your fish load and water temperature?
    Frankly, though I do appreciate your engineering and craftsmanship, I think it is a little bit of overkill. It would cost me, in NH, about a hundred bucks a month to run that thing!
    If you are a commercial grower then you need something like that, but for we hobbyists it seems a bit much.
    Not knocking, just asking for comments.

  • Marabu88:

    Wow, awesome, just great… electric bill :D
    Thats what you gonna have after running this device non stop.

  • Marabu88:

    Wow, awesome, just great… electricity bill :D
    That’s what you gonna have after running this device 24/7.

  • elchinoles:

    FUKNG Awesome, Nice big pond, how big are you’re Coi’s now?

  • TheAngelprotector:

    geniuse!!!!!!!

  • tiroler537:

    Best idea i found on here in a long time.

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @SuperMac1980 what kind of s-pump do you have? i need model and make,,,,, did you drill right next to water outtake ?

  • SuperMac1980:

    @Mr1SUPERB the pump details are as follows: . SUBMERSIBLE WATER PUMP 500W (SILVERLINE C)

    CAN BE SUBMERGED TO 5M & PUMPS WATER UP TO 6M ABOVE PUMP POSTION
    FLOAT SWITCH, MAX FLOW RATE 12000 ltr/hr,ACCEPTS FLOATING SOLIDS UP TO 20mm,

    we drilled the air tube as shown in your video directly into the water intake and added a tap as instructed

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @Mr1SUPERB ………. …………….why mine not sucking air?………………..
    problem:
    a…you drill to big for tube connection / water still passing through…
    fixed:
    b… use teflon tape / silicon around the bolt thread
    problem:
    a…you drill to close to water outtake
    fixed:
    b…check the propeller turns / opposite side

    multiple grills intake –not going to work..period

  • phudukabari:

    Great work man. Very impressive. My blower went out on me and i had been mustering courage to buy a new one. Darn things are so expensive. I just wanted to ask if the same concept can be replicated to a submersible, rather than a sump pump, say 5000 gph. Sitting in the part of world where i live, its not easy to get a sump pump. Other question I wanted to ask was that the pump, which you have made, is simply sucking air from atmosphere, right?

  • Mr1SUPERB:

    @phudukabari yes!! you can use submersible pump make sure had one whole intake not multiple grill ..the air is from atmosphere

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