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Hi, im working on a new estate that is being build and I regularly have heavy vehicles drive over my microbore hose with no issues. Today a drain cleaning truck turned up and my hose was across the road. He stopped and leaned out and asked me about it and I was going to just say drive over but I asked him how much it weighed and he said over 28 tons! Which is surprising seen as it's a little smaller than a dustbin truck. Must be coz it's full of water and sewage.. So anyhow I moved the hose out of the way pretty sharpish! Question is, what's the heaviest thing that can drive over your hose without damaging it?
Hi guys, I'm just wondering what are the best stand up reels are out there? And from what website, and of course not to pricey. I work from a trailer, and lift them from my car boot onto the floor so they need to be reasonable in weight. Any help would be much appreciated, cheers 👍
Hi guys, I've been working out the back of my surprisingly reliable L200 Warrior for about 3 years now and have recently put a 280L baffled tank in the pickup bed. Notably, this has taken up significant space, but I am comfortably able to store my pump box, separate battery, wfp, hose & reel, and loose essentials within the remaining space. Given the available remaining space, I reluctantly use a hozelock reel (metal + plastic) that is anchored to the tailgate at all times. I've been getting a fair amount of leaking lately and can't seem to figure out where my problem lies (it tends to come from within the reel, and yes - i have tried a couple different reels, standard fittings, ptfe etc) but this never happened until I installed the tank. Can anyone suggest EITHER a solution to my problem within the reel, or a smaller, more compact reel than most WFP reels that will allow for no leaking and also installation within the same space as my current reel? If any of this doesn't make sense then just let me know? Thank you in advance!