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Discussion in 'Experimental Scrubber Concepts' started by HK_Fuey, Jul 31, 2013.
What are your thoughts on this please:
Might as well just make a dump bucket one. Same effect, less complicated
The seesaw would be fully submerged, or could allow the ends to pop out for a breather. The dump method flatens the algae, so restricts growth. I was thinking this was similar to @Garfs surge method, but without the need for a second tank, and without the gurgle of the surge.
I see. Still not sure if you'd see any advantage really and the motorised thing makes it overcomplicated imo, but why not build it and see?
in any case I think it needs to be lit from the top.
Would be like the waving flag screen, only on a different axis and will receive less light if lit from the sides.
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Had a look at the waving flag method, and looks like that would have to be built in a separate box to the sump. I'm trying to work a way of avoiding matting, using the centre chamber of my sump, but increasing the flow (wouldn't have thought it would create much movement of the GHA at the normal rate it flows through a sump). I figured moving the screen around within the sump would do the trick.
Any other thoughts on how to move the screen around in the sump?
Spin or rotate it?
Been done before though, not seen a successful one yet
Hmm. So what makes the surge method work so well then?