Size of tank

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  1. patrick

    patrick Member
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    How long should i expect 350 litres of water to last a man working alone ?
     
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  2. RiceRocket

    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    Working nonstop & with a tap/aquadapter then up to 7hrs I'd say. You could get 2/3 25L drums as reserves.
     
  3. patrick

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    Thanks, if 2 men were on it would it be half the time ?
     
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    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    Logically yes. You'd want minimum 600L tank so a van like Transit/Vivaro would be required
     
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    Thanks, im trying to make a decision what size of tank and van to get, i think id only need a small one to start with but if things pick up id have to change both and no matter how long you have a vehicle the price always drops quite a bit
     
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