My System In My Vivaro

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    my van system what does everyone think?
     

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  2. mark m

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    looks good do you every get any problems with airlocks as your pump seems high and upside down ?
     
  3. Belfastcleaning

    Belfastcleaning Grand Master
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    Looks well Neil, what size is the tank?
     
  4. Neil

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    i have enquired about this mate loads of times , i never get any air blocks at all only if the tank is empty and i fill up again but thats just for about a minute then its fine i have 3 of my friends that have the pump in the same place for years and they have never had a problem so its all good , i even asked cleaning spot which is near me and they said as long as you dont get loads of air blocks it will be fine , ive just fitted a merlin ro on my tank i will take a photo once my tank is full .
     
  5. Neil

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    thankyou, its a 5oo ltr mate
     
  6. mark m

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    what about the pump being upside down is it still ok
     
  7. doug atkinson

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    Tank should be facing the other way, also I would secure it more firmly as it doesn't look safe the way you have strapped the tank.

    Otherwise looks good.
     
  8. rcproperty

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    yer pump is upside down any leaking water will get into the electrics of the pump and will damage it.
    would advise turing it round on the safe side, last thing you want is to be out and it goes on you.

    but looks good!
     
  9. Neil

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    they said the pump wont leak i might turn it upside down just to be on the safe side , what else would you suggest i put on the tank to secure it ? i have been thinking about other things to secure it which is exspensive. what way should i have my tank do you think?
    thanks for your feed back everyone
     
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    I bet you wished you never asked now.?..I agree with the above comments about the pump being upside down, tank being the wrong way round also not secured properly by a metal frame bolted to the chassis. Also I can't see from the pic a strap on the di tank to hold it in place either. Other than that looks very tidy ;)
     
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