William Bronson wrote:I'm not sure if swirling is required, but I've had a pump set up to a lawn irrigation head that works great.
I only took it down to make it over into a three headed, three barrel version..
For "dirty" water that might clog sprinklers, an airlift could work:
Dave Dahlsrud wrote:Does anyone have suggestions or resources for building a brewer in the 100-200 gallon range? We have a broad acre property that we manage and I would like to start incorporating compost teas into our pasture ground. Thanks
Bryant RedHawk wrote:There are studies on water flow through pipes that are showing new areas that will create vortexes at pipe connections particularly at 4 way junctions. This is important for high rise buildings so the possibility of blow outs can be reduced or prevented all together.
Dave Dahlsrud wrote:[snip]
I've got a line on a 220gallon conical bottom mixing tank for cheap.
My first bit of advice is that if you are going to be a mime, you shouldn't talk. Even the tiny ad is nodding:
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