New Van-New System-Brodex Rubbish Gone!!!

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  1. dth

    dth Active Member
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    Ive not posted for a while so i thought i slap some photos of my new van on.

    Ive recently bought a new van and made my own delivery system, i took my old Brodex machine from the old van and took of the RO,Resin bottle etc and made a system in the garage to purify the water and now pump into the delivery system in the van. 774.JPG 772.JPG 771.JPG
     
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  2. Jake

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    Very nice van and branding,

    But.......

    :eek::eek:Ibc tank in van!?!?!?!:eek::eek:

    Mega dangerous!
     
  3. dth

    dth Active Member
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    The IBC tank is baffled the exact same way ionics baffle there's, so not dangerous at all
     
  4. koopmaster

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    Nice. I want to get a new van and a 600 l tank and do the same but have the back section as space for a bouncy castle business.
     
  5. Jake

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    I had no idea it was baffled mate, ibc's never usually are!
     
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  6. dth

    dth Active Member
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    There not baffled when you get them you have to baffle it yourself.
     
  7. peter rogers

    peter rogers Grand Master
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    lol how do u baffle a tank ?


    put a sticky bomb on its tracks lol
     
  8. dth

    dth Active Member
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    You cut some round 4"" pipe at 400mm and stand them in the bottom of the tank and it baffles it, you need about 13 3metre lengths to do a 1000ltr tank
     
  9. Jake

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    How do you stand the pipe up in the tank? Seems impossible?
     
  10. peter rogers

    peter rogers Grand Master
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    seems alot of hassle to save a few quid on a tank tbh
     
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