Pro Series FastFalls
Eight years ago, Atlantic pioneered the design of the pond-free waterfall spillway. In 2010 we are doing it again with introducing our NEW Pro Series FastFalls. These incredibly strong one-piece units feature an internal baffling system, support cones and re-enforced spillway. The innovative "inside the liner" design and rear liner attachment, simplifies installation. Pro-Series Fast Falls are designed for a Pond-Free application.
Pro-Series Fast Falls Model and Features:
- Molded support cones give the Pro Series FastFalls thier incredible strength and assist in diffusing the water flow
- Two internal baffles slow down water velocity and ensure even water distribution across the spillway
- Raised front radius holds back and loose gravel. soil or mulch used to camouflage the unit.
- Pro Series FastFalls are completely sealed except for the spillway opening. This design eliminates any chance bof leakage due to "over pumping"
- Molded gussets support the spillway lip
- Pro Series FastFalls come with an installed 2 or 3 inch FIPT Spinweld Fitting
- One-piece liner flange and molded-in inserts ensure a watertight liner attachment everytime
Waterfalls and Streams are a great addition to any landscape. There are few yard improvements that can equal the beauty and tranquility of a water features. The site and relaxing sound of running water has attracted people since the beginning of time and will likely attract people until the end of time. We spend thousands of dollars vacationing simply to unwind from stressful and chaotic lives. Almost always our destination includes water, whether it be an ocean, lake, stream or other. A similar paradise can be created in any yard with the added benefit of creating a perfect habitat for birds and many other small animals.
Waterfalls and streams, whether in conjunction with a pond or not, are easy to build and make a great family project.
When building waterfalls and streams water flow is important in order to obtain satisfactory appearances. Generally backyard waterfalls and streams require 36 gallons per minute per foot of width. So if the width is 12 inches you should have 36 GPM or 2160 GPH.