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WFP SYSTEM SUPPLY N FIT (WEST YORKS)


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LEEDS LAD

Great forum gents, certainly eased the boredem recently reading posts.

I'm planning on buying my first  WFP system 350L for a small van (domestic work)

I'm looking for a supplier who will also fit ; I'm in Leeds so preferably in West Yorkshire but willing to travel further.

I have a budget of about £1500 but can go a bit higher if need be.

Experienced trad cleaner so no experience of WFP at all, I've tried to look at what's out there, but buying a complete package inc. fitting seems limited

Would appreciate any recommendations of suppliers / fitters ; open to advice on what to buy.

Cheers fellas

 

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LEEDS LAD
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1 hour ago, Iron Giant said:

https://purefreedom.co.uk/water-fed-pole-systems/fully-fitted-van-systems.html is the closet to you,  you will need to stretch your budget a bit more than £1,500 though to a get a fully fitted system plus a pole also depending on your tap tds as to whether you need DI only or a R/O

Thanks for the response, I should have said my plan was to fill up at a pure water filling station. 

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Why don’t you go see Ian at Airforce in Leeds. He is spot on with his advice. They do system fits. Sell everything you need. 

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I know you have a set budge but, if you can, go higher than 350L or you may struggle to get through a day. At least a 650L in my opinion. The bigger tank = more potential daily earnings without the need to refill.

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LEEDS LAD
33 minutes ago, Jango said:

Why don’t you go see Ian at Airforce in Leeds. He is spot on with his advice. They do system fits. Sell everything you need. 

Good shout, a mate said the same thing earlier today, spoke to them this aft. Thanks

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Paul Hickmott
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Hi Leeds lad. I have a Peugeot partner with 350 litre tank, pump, DI and pump in. Am soon upgrading to larger van and kit. Happy to chat about passing the van and equipment on. Paul. 

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I am root beer
On 08/06/2020 at 18:36, Jango said:

Why don’t you go see Ian at Airforce in Leeds. He is spot on with his advice. They do system fits. Sell everything you need. 

I’ll second that.

you can have a right laugh with the Airforce lads. Rash is a legend!

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LEEDS LAD
On 08/06/2020 at 19:52, Paul Hickmott said:

Hi Leeds lad. I have a Peugeot partner with 350 litre tank, pump, DI and pump in. Am soon upgrading to larger van and kit. Happy to chat about passing the van and equipment on. Paul. 

Still planning and educating myself on WFP Paul, there's a lot to take in so not quite ready to go. Feels like  WFP is a world away from the trad I've done in the past.

Nevertheless, appreciate your comment.

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10 hours ago, LEEDS LAD said:

Still planning and educating myself on WFP Paul, there's a lot to take in so not quite ready to go. Feels like  WFP is a world away from the trad I've done in the past.

Nevertheless, appreciate your comment.

I made the transition from trad to WFP. It is quite a shift but don't let it put you off thinking it's a 'world away' cos it's not. You just have to familiarise yourself with the workings of WFP and how the system works and runs. Once you learn that then the actual cleaning is not that hard if you already know how to do a good job cleaning via trad.

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