Is This A Much Better Idea ?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by harunh, Aug 9, 2012.

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  1. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    When i dismantled my trolley and put it in my van... my system wouldnt start so i went down to see another window cleaner he said to me my fuse has gone so he put ano0ther fuse in for me and it was working again :)

    He said to me.... u got a hosefeed in the tank ? I said yeah... he seen the tap at the bottom of the tank and goes to me why dont you connect that to the pump it would be much easier for u and less hassle.... he said i wont need the hosefeed

    Is this a good idea ? just connect the hose from the tap at the bottom of the tank to the pump ?

    Also when i get my backpack i will beable to fill it up much faster this way :)

    Tell me what you all think

    Thankyou
     
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  2. daley

    daley Banned

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    barells are qucker for backpak just tip in in upside down with top of barel in the backpack ,no nead to hold barel in the air
     
  3. I would have thought so. That's how my system is connected. The hose runs from the tap on the side of the tank at the bottom (letting gravity do the work) to the two pumps.
     
  4. koopmaster

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    Can we have some pictures
     
  5. Colley614

    Colley614 Well-Known Member
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    Mine tooo!
     
  6. Paul

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    That's what most van mounts are H cone from the tap there's no reason to have a hose in the top of the tank
     
  7. Colley614

    Colley614 Well-Known Member
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    I bet it puts a lot of strain on the pump
     
  8. harunh

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    Going to try it now :)
     
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