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Old 03-04-2005, 11:44 PM   #1
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"Spill back" fuges. Anybody use this design?

I've seen a fuge where the return is a spill back design. Like a jacuzzi that spills back into the pool. Sounds effective. Anybody ever use this design? TIA
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That is how most books I have read recommend setup. Having the fuge above the main and gravity feed back allows for pods and such to easily flow to the main as food.
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Ahhhh. thanks.
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