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Waterwall Blade Installation and Design

Waterwall Blade Installation and Design

Published by Rockworld Water Features on 24th Oct 2023

Water Walls & Waterfalls

Tip. First choose the width you prefer, then choose the height above water you would like to place the blade, this way we can help you choose the perfect pump to suit.

Available in 300, 600 and 900mm wide versions with either a standard 63mm wide front lip or 123mm wide XL lip

These Oase water blades are made from high quality stainless steel and has a brushed finish. 

All our water blades have dual inlets so pipework can enter blade from below or from rear.This makes installation much simpler for all locations saving time and money.

The blade has to be installed level to create an even flow of water across the width of the blade. The flow of water reduces as the height of the water blade is increased – ensure the pump used has the right capacity for the desired height of waterfall.

All water blades sizes are available in dual entry, the pipe work has to connect to the water blade from the pump situated in the reservoir. The reservoir should be on a firm base with sufficient support around the sides and edges.

Lighting gives a stunning effect as the water comes over the blade and is well worth installing so that the flowing water can be viewed in the evening.

We recommend using stainless steel fixings and hose clips when installing these water features in your garden.

hidden water wall

The above picture shows a stainless steel water blade hidden in a sandstone clad wall. We have up lit the waterfall using submersible LED lights but we also have LED strip lights to go inside the blade.

3 water blades

uplit waterfalls

Above two images show an installation we did with water blades, see the difference lighting makes.

water blade with silent splash
900mm XL waterblade by Oase with warm white led strip in blade. Also shown anti splash grid amongst pebbles.

The Oase Silent Splash 90 reduces splash water and noise from water walls.

Water blade installation examples.
Sample 1. Raised pool for sitting around. Water blade recessed in clad wall.

easy water wall build idea

Sample 2. Raised pool, reservoir is brought under wall for ease of pipe work

my water wall build

waterwall installation methods

Example 3. Here we show a purpose built reservoir. Reservoir is built from concrete blocks on flat, and made waterproof using anti-crack fibre to prevent cracks (cracks could result in leaks) and G4 sealant.
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simple water wall construction techniques

relax by your stylish water wall

Frequently Asked Question

What is the differnece between the standard classic blade and the XL version?

The only difference is the lenght of the lip on the blades, the XL version being eXtra Long.

The diagram below shows the differnce when looking side view of both blades.

We notice that the blade lip sticks out 63mm on the classic version and the lip sticks out 123mm on the XL version.

water blade comparison

Click here for installation examples of water blades