|Length (ft.)||4 ft||Product Depth (in.)||20.5 in|
|Product Height (in.)||9 in||Product Width (in.)||47 in|
|Capacity (gallons)||9||Fish Safe||Yes|
A: Yes. The design in meant to be installed at about a 45 degree angle.
A: There are no connections on this piece. It is simply a stepped down fall. You need to have a way for the water to flow into the top. I used the Spillway because of the volume of my pond. If you have lower volume needs for a small trickle, you could just mount your tubing to the top somehow.
A: The water can just enter the top. We did use the spillway because we were letting our gutter spout empty into the spillway and it was a lot of water. We didn’t want it to overflow out of the cascade. We also have a pump for days with no rain that runs up to the spillway.
A: I would suggest no less than a 90 gallon, but it also depends on how high this is above your pond, angle, tubing, etc.. There are instructions on how to figure out how big a pump you will need on the web, look up waterfall pump measurement. I suggest thepondguy.com.
A: You can either run it in over the top of the edge and cover tubing with plants and/or rocks/large stones on edge and inside cascade, or you could drill a hole in the plastic, run tubing through and seal it with aquarium sealant (safe for plants and fish) but I DO NOT RECOMMEND this, as it could possibly damage cascade.
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