Going Wfp

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by sam walton, Oct 7, 2012.

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  1. sam walton

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    Hi lads,
    looking into going down the wfp route, I like the look of the Pure Freedom 50 Litre trolley system (about £800)
    Heres my question, the pure Freedom comes with It's own water making capability, what other ways of making your own water do you lads use?.
    Any info would be greatly received.
    Sam the Geordie.
    Howay the lads. (currently 2 down to the Mancs).
    I wrote this at half time.(sunday)
     
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  2. bluemonkey

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    hi, first off whats the tds of your water

    what vehicle do you intend on using and is £800 your whole budget
     
  3. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

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    Good choice going WFP
     
  4. rcproperty

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    50litres will be a heavy one to pull round! better going 25litres
     
  5. nearlyclean

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    Poor you I live in Manchester and when either united or city win I have a good week.
    Great your going WFP, I use a DI vessel as the tds where I am is about 50ppm. There are many options backpack, trolley and van mount. Having all three is best option. I used a trolley for the past 3 years and dropped to a backpack my dad has used a van mount for about 8 years.
     
  6. Posh

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    I have to backpacks on trolleys. 1 20 litre & 1 18 litre. Easier to pull around then a 50 litre trolley & together they give me 38 litres. Backpacks together cost £250 & the trolleys £15 a piece totalling £280. Cheaper then £800 for 12 litres less. Even if you add A RO system to make yer water it a be cheaper then £800. Just a rough idea of the backpack route.
     
  7. harunh

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    u dont want a 50litre trolley mate :| backpack all the way mate... 25litre troley is a headache.. nevermind a 50litre :eek: lolol
     
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