I have purchased koi and supplies from Inland Koi many times. I have never been dissatisfied. It is extremely easy to order from Inland. The shipping cost is fair. Delivery time is fast. They offer quality products. The koi are healthy and beautiful. I would not hesitate to recommend Inland to anyone. THEY ARE FANTASTIC TO DO BUSINESS WITH!
Sept. 13, 2005
The variety of choices that this vendor carries are enourmous and having lots to choose from is very important. Communication is excellent, the vendor is very easy to get a hold of and all my questions have been answered. I recommend anyone interested in acquiring koi fish or supplies to use Inland Koi.
Jun. 4, 2007
Dimension: 18"W x 32"D x 47"H
Weight: 30 lbs.
How does the Turbovortex work?
Think of the Turbovortex Solids Separator as a very large strainer basket with
much more surface area for solids capture than a pump strainer basket. The
Turbovortex is a suction vessel, just as the strainer basket of the pump. Water
enters at the base of the filter and move up through a thick layer of bio-balls. As
pond water enters the vessel, any large solids that are carried into the vessel will
settle out on a settling plate at the base of the filter. From here they will be
easily backwashed out. The smaller lighter weight solids will float up and be
trapped in the layer of bio-balls before passing on to the pump strainer
basket or the filter. On backwash the flow is reversed and the vessel becomes
a pressurized rather than a suction vessel. Now the water enters the top of the vessel
through the vortex cap that accerates the water in a circular motion. As the water
enters the main vessel spinning, it breaks up the bio-balls that have trapped solids,
releasing the solids to be carried out the base of the filter.