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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by abs, Feb 14, 2015.

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  1. abs

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    New hotwash trolley
     
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  2. Smurf

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    Those heaters don't work very well in slight breezes/gusts of wind as will keep blowing out. I know this as I had the same type of heater (L5) mounted on my trolley.
     
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    I found with it directly feeding a pole hose the temp can get very hot unless you adjust the flow to a much higher flow rate also to prevent it from keep cutting out which is not ideal when just using containers of pure water
     
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    Thought this was first of its kind m8,didn't realise it had already been done
     
  5. abs

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    Can't imagine carting all that out for 1 house
     
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    When ppl started using gas heater years ago many like myself tried it out on a trolley.
     
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    My heater is still mounted on the back of a purefreedom trolley but is used static in the van now as I prefer not to have it permanently fixed in the van.
     
  8. abs

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    Still using my pump in a box (cheaper version ) and when I get a van I'll carry on using it so know what you meen
     
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    Hot water trolley that is what I need.would be nice if you could post step by step how to make it and connect it all together and maybe where you get all parts,I think trolley base is from b&q
     
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    Probably I ask for too much
     
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