Has Anyone Heard Of This Company?

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  1. sam walton

    sam walton Guest

    Hi lads,
    been looking at a site by a company called TL KILLIS (google it) one of the trolley systems costs £695, It's the Filtapura 100/6/18. has anybody any experience with it or for that matter the company.
    Any info would be greatly received.
    Thanks.
    Geordie sam.
    Howay the lads.
     
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  2. rcproperty

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    looks like a it should be a lot cheaper than that! its diy looking.
    buy the parts:-

    trolly - £42
    barrel - £3
    Battery - £20
    Pump - £80
    hose and wire- £30
    Pump box - £30
    di bottle - £110

    total £315 for the same thing!
     
  3. Iain

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    That website is appauling. They should hang their heads in shame!
     
  4. rcproperty

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    Yer just a bit, I tried to open the picture to make it bigger and it opened up on the left hand side of the screen and could only see half of it!
     
  5. doug atkinson

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    Battery £20 !!! Tel me more :)
     
  6. rcproperty

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    you do need to put them on charge each night tho!

    if you are not using the trolly all day you can get away with one like this as long as the pump has a controler fitted:- (its gone up £1.99 since i looking at them last)

    http://www.batteryma...ttery_2243.aspx


    on the safe side you can use: -

    http://www.batteryma...-167)_1382.aspx
     
  7. doug atkinson

    doug atkinson Well-Known Member
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    Thanks, have you used any of them. From the spec one would last around 2.5 hours and the other about 3.5 hours. Doesn't give any data on cycles so probably may last 6 months if used frequently.

    Amp draw would be from a pump and controller.
     
  8. rcproperty

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    i use :-

    http://www.batterymasters.co.uk/Product-Ultramax-NP7-12,-12V-7Ah-with-4.8mm-0.187-Wide-Male-Spade-connection-(L(mm)-W(mm)-H(mm)-151-65-98)_1376.aspx

    with a back pack pump, i only use this a few times but has done over 200-300lts of water inbetween charges and still had power in it, thats without a controler.

    plus i have used this:-

    http://www.batterymasters.co.uk/Product-Ultramax-NP26-12,-12V-26Ah-Sealed-Lead-Acid-High-Capacity-Battery-(L(mm)-W(mm)-H(mm)-166-175-125)_1369.aspx

    with a surflo 100psi pump without controler and that lasted a long time working each day too!
     
  9. harunh

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    Iain u shoulkd make them a website :p
     
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