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File:Lavafilter.jpg

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A constantly submerged lavafilter, used frequently in agricultural companies to allow a constant and pure water source for irrigation. The lavastone mass with waterpurifying-plants (Iris pseudacorus) is correctly dimensioned at 1/4th of the water mass.

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current07:29, 28 May 2011Thumbnail for version as of 07:29, 28 May 20112,720 × 1,964 (370 KB)KVDP (Talk | Contributions)A constantly submerged lavafilter, used frequently in agricultural companies to allow a constant and pure water source for irrigation. The lavastone mass with waterpurifying-plants (Iris pseudacorus) is correctly dimensioned at 1/4th of the water mass.
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