How do I set up an upright bamboo spout 8 comments/ 7th September 2018 Step 1 Unwrap the spout carefully, beware the end of the metal spike is sharp. Step 2 Loosen the two screws using a screwdriver, twist the metal spike so that it is facing downwards and place the screws back in the top and bottom holes. Step 3 The spike is pushed into the ground to provide the spout with stability. Step 4 Two different diameters of hose pipe are supplied. Please use the pipe that fits best with your pump nozzle. For a downloadable copy please click here – how to.. set up an upright bamboo spout pdf TTrouble shootingIf you have any questions regarding setting up your bamboo spout feel free to call us on 01622 872403 or us at email firstname.lastname@example.org ProductMaterials you need for a upright bamboo spoutNatural Bamboo Spout Caramel Bamboo Spout Under : How to
Hi are your bamboo spouts fish safe ie. They haven’t been treated with any chemicals.
Hi Thomas, Yes our spouts are fish safe. They have been fumigated to get rid of wood bourne insects but this is washed off on arrival in the UK. Many thanks.
I am buying a 40cm bowl to have a water garden and want one of your bamboo spouts.
I see that the 70cm one is not available. How long will it take to get me stock please?
Also what height doors the horizonal bamboo drop to add my bowl height is 40cm and I want to hear the water dripping into the bowl?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Hello Hilary, Apologies for the delay in replying to you. In our opinion you should purchase a 50 cm high bamboo spout in combination with a 45 cm diameter water basin. A 70 cm high spout is likely to create a lot of splashing and the water reservoir may gradually run out of water. The flow should be a gentle trickle from the spout and you will hear the water entering the basin. In addition, you may also hear the water dropping back into the underground reservoir adding another dimension to the feature. We make the 70 cm bamboo spouts in our own workshops and are adding new stock on a regular basis.
Please recommend pump size as I will have a 5 gallon bucket of water as reservoir
If you intending to run a water feature with a bamboo spout then you will need a pump that has a maximum of approx. 700 Litres per hour.
If I had a 45cm bowl with a 50 cm spout, how big should the reservoir be, and do you sell them?
hello Julie, thanks for your enquiry. You should use our Small water feature kit priced @ £65 that includes the water reservoir 30 cm wide x 45 cm long x 30 cm deep with mesh top, a 1 m2 piece of pond liner and an electric water pump. Follow this link to purchase the kit: https://www.buildajapanesegarden.com/japanese-garden-materials/water-basins/japanese-water-basins-kyoto-collection/water-feature-kit/ We would send you printed Setting up instructions ( step-by-step guide ) for both the water feature kit and bamboo spout. On-line orders are delivered within a couple of days.