Orders From Ro-Man And Gardiners For My Diy Wfp System :)

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by steele, Aug 5, 2013.

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  1. steele

    steele Well-Known Member
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    Today I ordered a upgrade kit for a 75gpd RO-MAN to go up to 150gpd and a booster pump, new filters etc. This is only to fill 50-75L of pure water a day so hoping this will fit nicely. It'll be going into my brick shed and just filling the individual 25L water containers at the moment..

    I've then ordered a brush head, goose neck, hose and fittings from Gardiners to make a DIY Harris WFP pole, i'll use the Unger trigger i'm getting from the competition :Image3: to control this.

    This is all going to work with a backpack I got as a donation from a local windie. Hope it all works

    C
     
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  2. Dodger

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    Nice one mate hope it goes well
     
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  4. ACW

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    Water butt it though.
    Enjoy a nights sleep knowing you'll have plenty pure to wake up to.
    Leavevrunning over a weekend and you'll have loads when you expand.
     
  5. steele

    steele Well-Known Member
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    Thats the plan , just wanted to make sure it all work first
     
  6. ACW

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    Spread the water, let it build up then go out cleaning, take a day off then do another days work.

    Don't push yourself too hard at first.
     
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