What Hotwater System?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by J.D, May 4, 2013.

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  1. J.D

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  2. kevinc250

    kevinc250 Well-Known Member
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    i use the old lpg heatet-l5 although i'm playing with a deisal heater(when it arrives!)see how it goes,hot is great in winter for keeping it all going-summer time mmmmmmmmmmmmmm still un decided on that one
     
  3. rcproperty

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    eccotemp L5 water heater for me too! been using it since november and not gone back to cold water yet!!!!
     
  4. J.D

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    Have any of you considered an immersion heater type hotwater system?
     
  5. Ssierragls

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    I had an immersion heater last winter, they are good for making the hoses soft and stopping them freezing on the ground, but they do not get the water hit enough to improve/speed up the cleaning.
     
  6. J.D

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    Im surprised to hear that!
     
  7. charlie

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    and wot have u got ,im on fog wash and a spear one as back up
     
  8. J.D

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    im on a 500ltr cold water system from sureclean Charlie.
     
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    Hotwash is the man
     
  10. rcproperty

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    No chance unless you upgrade wires in the house and use correct graded wires and fuses, otherwise there can be a good chance of wires overheating and catching fire to either the house, van or both. Plus the cost of running them will cost more than gas etc.
     
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