Yellow water fed trolley DI 6X18 any good?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by harunh, Feb 22, 2012.

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  1. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    Is this trolley any good ?

    http://www.cleaningspot.co.uk/acatalog/Trolleys_with_DI_filter.html

    if you scroll down until you see the ***le you can check it out :)

    I need one with a di vessel :)

    I want a trolley that just purifies the water on the trolley instead of doing it all seperate if u get me :)

    what do you all think?

    thank you
     
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  2. azzy

    azzy Guest

    I just want a trolley:)

    Have u used trolleyed system before?? Any advice on it?
     
  3. ricoclay

    ricoclay Guest

    It looks okay but you may find it cumbersome to keep getting in and out of the vehicle. Also, it may be a struggle getting through peoples back gardens etc
     
  4. azzy

    azzy Guest

    nothin can be worse than ladders off on car - up down - etc etc
     
  5. chip

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    it look ok in its own right, i think mr perkins rates cleaningspot quite highly.
    thing is that on top of the 600 and odd quid you also need a battery and charger which will likely be another ton. i don't know how much resin a 6x18 holds but i think if you're filling from tapwater it needs to be a decent size at least 8ltr, my 0.75 ltr at the end of my ro would be useless for eg.
    i just think you could diy and save a load, trying to think what you need
    di vessel 100 ish
    resin 75 ish
    sack barrow 30
    25ltr drums 6 each
    battery and charger 100
    60m microbore 30 (i think)
    pump 80 ish
    box ???
    fixtures and fittings ???
    clx 27 and brush 220 ish

    can't think of anything else but but for about the same money, you've got everything inc batt and a highly recommended pole!
     
  6. badbusdriver

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    Thats crazy prices guys, what are you on about, the cheapest there is £660 (inc vat)?!. Not only could i put together a basic van based system for less than that, i could make a trolley system using a sack truck (which is what these use), for way, way less than that!. You need a sack truck, which you can get on ebay from under £20, a pump which is about £70 (100psi shurflo), a leasure battery for about £60, a pump controller which will cost from about £90 (cleaning spot, inc vat), various fittings and a couple of small sections of hose, and a few 25 litre drums. Say about £220-£250 total in parts.
     
  7. azzy

    azzy Guest

    gettin a quote of around 400 by bayersan uk - badbusdriver - make me one up for that with good pole and il but it off ya :)
     
  8. ricoclay

    ricoclay Guest

    I spoke to a mate of mine who owns a metal work company and he could make a pump/battery box that will fit on a trolley for about a £100..........worked it out to be around £300 with all of the accessories. Just don't want the hassle of offering a warranty on these things otherwise I would start making them as a sideline. Mind you, only paid £450 for my Bayersan with 25ft pole, brush, 10m of hose, and complete trolley with everything ready to go
     
  9. harunh

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    someone build me a trolley then ! i dont have a clue about building or whatever thats why am olooking at pre built ones ! :) lol
     
  10. ricoclay

    ricoclay Guest

    Check this out mate

    http://www.diywaterfedpole.co.uk/
     
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