wfp system

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by danny81, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. danny81

    danny81 Member
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    any advice on where to go to and what to get please looking for a system that will be big enough to last me and another person all day as i want to build my round up without thinking ive got to buy a bigger system now also want to get a decentish quality sytem on as low as budget as possible really any advice would be appreshiate thanks
     
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  2. Belfastcleaning

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    Do you have a van?
     
  3. danny81

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    no but picking up a vivaro next week sorry shouldve mentioned what van it was going in lol
     
  4. mark m

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    check my videos out mate i built my own in the same van as yours
     
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    Hi.

    Don't want this to sound funny at all (we are helpful on here). But it seems every day there is a post about what to get when starting up. Maybe do a search before posting...or the Mods could add a sticky?[hr]
    Hi.

    Don't want this to sound funny at all (we are helpful on here). But it seems every day there is a post about what to get when starting up. Maybe do a search before posting...or the Mods could add a sticky?
     
  6. danny81

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    hi i have done a search but was asking for advice on what more experienced guys think found a system that looks good value for money 1000 lt system for £1700 dont know if im allowed to say what and where just thought some of the experienced people on here would give some advice thought that was the idea of a fourum
     
  7. Belfastcleaning

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    I'm not experienced in this field but I am going to start wfp over the next few weeks. Are you wanting to DIY it or let a company install it?

    I have spent hours reading up and I am going to DIY to save a fortune.. Have you tested your water yet? To see if you need ro/ di?
     
  8. Paul

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    That is the idea of the forum Danny, I'm quite bad myself for starting threads that have already been covered but I like people to answer my questions, not read what they have answered for other people.

    Windyman I think that's a good idea to have a sticky in the DIY section about building a DIY set up with a shopping list type of thing, I know it would help a lot of people.
     
  9. Richard

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    Danny81 the amount of water consumption will also depend on the type of work, if your only going to do commercial buildings - you will need a larger water tank and it is worth considering getting a bigger van.

    Richard
     
  10. danny81

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    thanks guys for the replys at first thinking not doing commercial but obviously would turn the work away
     
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