Plastic window planter boxes make great containers for growing hydro. Either dripline or deep root. Pipe will work but you need a quite large diameter to prevent the root balls from plugging the system up.
A few azealia (?) baskets and some heydite or clay pellets good to go.
Deep root you need a good airsupply to prevent root rot
, with bubbler stones that make tiny bubbles. Dripline you need a bubbler in the holding tank
You also need a good supply of fresh water
to replace what you lose through transpiration and evapouration, don't want the nutrient concentration to high or you will burn the plants. Ph is also important for some plants.
Ebb and flow is another alternative that is quite simple to implement, either a total loss hand water system or a pump/drain system that recirculates the "juice". Vermiculite works good in these setups for a growth medium. Make sure it is not the insulation
kind as it is treated, get the gardening stuff.
Same you can't substitute Roxul insulation
for Rock Wool.