heres my van setup i did today

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by mufcglen, Feb 22, 2014.

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  1. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    fitted it all in today and went in easy enough, still got a few jobs to do but its up and running and works a treat.
    comes in at £300 too.
    pump and controller £70
    400 ltr tank £70
    2 x di bottles £65
    hose reel £50
    wiring, connectors battery clamps filter etc £40
    already had a battery laying about just need to get a split charger!
    not included the poles or resin!
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  2. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Nice one...;)

    Now best get a frame made for that tank & bolt it through the floor before it crushes you to death.:D
     
  3. Cleanz

    Cleanz Active Member
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    Good job! So with your particular setup is it "normal" water in tank, pumped out to the DI's and then to your hose/pole?

    Just trying to figure out the best way of going about it myself at the moment...
     
  4. RiceRocket

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    What's the third pic about?
     
  5. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    the 3rd pic is just the tap coming out the size of the tank, i just took loads and uploaded them lol, need to take a pic of back doors open with everything in!
    yes smurf i certainly do, on the to do list with split charger and under bumper filling port from tank.
     
  6. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    cleanz
    yes i just fill the tank and them pump it through the di,although im only running one di at the mo ive got a second ready to go in when the ppm starts to rise.
    ive done this as i dont use a lot of water at the mo and my ppm is only 70 in my area!
    hopefully they last a while as i dont really have the space to do ro setup.
     
  7. Tuffers

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    You've got about 75L in that tank, you are going to drain it and take it out?
     
  8. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    I've not topped it up yet pal, filled it half way then did a few of the family's homes inc my van to get used to the setup and see how it went and have to say it's been great not one leak yet!
     
  9. Tattooed window cleaner

    Tattooed window cleaner Active Member
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    Nice set up......cheap too,even better,plenty o room left in ya van for all other bits we need to carry,plenty space left,what van is it matey?
     
  10. Gav

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    Great job looking good!


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