The basin is custom made from 12mm thick float glass,
diamond cut and glued on shock. Empty it weighs 145kg and it took 20 minutes until the 3rd floor of the cupboard stood.
On the right side, two narrow strip of glass (thickness 5mm) were glued to receive the filter mat of HMF. In support of the mat against the gravel perpendicular three 8cm high track strips of equal thickness were glued to the floor panel. Between these vertical "plates" are column so that the water can also flow through the bottom of the mat. The horizontal and vertical braces and the glass strip of HMF were glued with transparent silicone. My aesthetic sensibilities to the black adhesive seams interfere when looking directly forward.
Shields prevent unnecessary heat loss and thus the evaporation of water. In selected areas, especially for the HMF corners were cut to have or to facilitate feeding, for example, direct access to the technology.
The cabinet wuirde of pluggable elements of the Fa. AL-SO-PLA UG
built. The pages I had to step up, because I was too lazy to haul the heavy pressboard sheets in the apartment. That cost me a day time loss. As documents two plywood birch serve each 18mm thick. There is installed a frame with sliding glass doors at the front and on the sides. Then it looks chic.