There are two available entry options for the blade cascade. Your options are:
Rear supply (Pictured Left) or
Bottom Supply (Pictured Right)
This will depend on your situation and how you would like to mount the cascade. Rear supply has an inlet on the back of the chamber if you're feeding the hose through the wall from the back. Alternatively, choose a bottom supply if the hose is coming up through the wall (e.g. behind the plate).
Choosing the Right Pump
Water Feature Pumps – Height from Pump to Cascade
Which Pump? – Depends on the width of the Blade and the height between the top of the water in the reservoir and the blade.
You can build your cascade into a wall. You need to make sure the surface you place it on is level and easily accessible from either the bottom or rear (depending on entry option).
We do not recommend drilling holes into the cascade as the water can leak out. If you would like to attach it to a metal surface then welding is an option.
A strong glue can also be used to fix this to a flat surface. This has to be waterproof.
It is a good idea to measure up your area before commiting to a certain size cascade. Please note: Apart from the overall width which differs depending on which cascade you choose, all other dimensions are the same for all cascades.
*not suitable for use in swimming pools