wfp manufacturers,help please!

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Brettd, Mar 12, 2014.

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  1. Brettd

    Brettd Newcomer
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    Hi everyone,
    Been looking into wfp systems and see there are a lot of manufacturers out there.
    Anybody have any positive feedback /recommendations of a good one.
    look forward to hearing back.
     
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  2. Tuffers

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    Have you thought about saving a load of dosh and doing a DIY?
     
  3. cheapncheerful

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    yeh me looking too but it is a lotta dosh.......
     
  4. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    What are you after systems wise a van mount, trolley or backpack?

    How much is your total spend budget not including a van?

     
  5. RiceRocket

    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    Yeah go DIY & we can sort you out a shopping list via eBay/WC suppliers. The only "difficult" bit is getting the water tank & split charge relay properly fitted.
    You do need to find out the TDS ppm of your tap water to determine if you will require a RO system.
     
  6. Tuffers

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    A mate of mine is WFP and I looked in his van on Monday. He's got a full factory fitted system and spent loads on it. He has 2 very old poles with knackered brushes and I thought why? Go DIY and buy top notch tools with the money you save.
     
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    Smurf Banned
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    I know you can save money going diy but if/when I get a newer van with a bigger payload I will defo be treat myself to a fully fitted system
     
  8. Brettd

    Brettd Newcomer
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    thought about it but seems a lot of hassle.
     
  9. Brettd

    Brettd Newcomer
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    I have a brand new peugeot partner to put the system into.
    im looking to spend no more than £5000 for everything.
     
  10. Brettd

    Brettd Newcomer
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    DIY seems a lot of hassle to me,im happy to spend the money as long as its on quality gear.
    What does a TDS meter do?
     
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