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{{Info|Si vous utilisez des intrants chimiques (pas si bien...)  vous n'aurez pas besoin de biofiltre.}}
Translation{{Info|If you use chemical inputs (not so good...) you won't need a biofilter.}}
# Filter
* At the bottom of the first tank, drill a hole with the hole saw of the diameter of your outlet pipe to the second tank.
* Install the nozzle and hose on the tank
* Spread a layer of coarse gravel on the bottom (1/4 of the filter volume)
* Add a layer of clay beads of the same thickness 
* Add a slightly thinner layer of sand on top
* Install the filter under the water pocket at the outlet of the gutter, and raise it above the biofilter to allow the water to flow by gravity.
If you use chemical inputs (not so good...) you won't need a biofilter.
  1. Filter
  • At the bottom of the first tank, drill a hole with the hole saw of the diameter of your outlet pipe to the second tank.
  • Install the nozzle and hose on the tank
  • Spread a layer of coarse gravel on the bottom (1/4 of the filter volume)
  • Add a layer of clay beads of the same thickness
  • Add a slightly thinner layer of sand on top
  • Install the filter under the water pocket at the outlet of the gutter, and raise it above the biofilter to allow the water to flow by gravity.