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We’re would be the best place to buy a 1000l flat tank with the frame/ cage want the complete system di only 2man system .NOT IONIC

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1 minute ago, Nicky said:

We’re would be the best place to buy a 1000l flat tank with the frame/ cage want the complete system di only 2man system .NOT IONIC

Pure Freedom do them

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Try googling it there are several that can di them but as @Part Timer said pure freedom are probably your best bet , but think they use wydale tanks that arnt the best .

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23 hours ago, Nicky said:

We’re would be the best place to buy a 1000l flat tank with the frame/ cage want the complete system di only 2man system .NOT IONIC

Have not google searched for window cleaning baffled water tanks?

There are many reputable companies offering tanks and they dont include ebay or amazon

Tanks direct

Water tanks direct

Wintecs

Bladeright

Window cleaning warehouse

The cleaning spot

Kingfisher direct

Purefreedom

The cleaning warehouse

The cleaning hub

 

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On 16/06/2021 at 07:32, Nicky said:

We’re would be the best place to buy a 1000l flat tank with the frame/ cage want the complete system di only 2man system .NOT IONIC

I was going to get 1000lt flat tank and purefreedom advised against it, I think because of better stability up right.

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7 minutes ago, Neil.. Lancashire said:

I was going to get 1000lt flat tank and purefreedom advised against it, I think because of better stability up right.

I always thought that keeping the weight down low was better for stability? Flat tanks can be an issue when getting low on pure and having to park on a slope!

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15 minutes ago, Neil.. Lancashire said:

I was going to get 1000lt flat tank and purefreedom advised against it, I think because of better stability up right.

I hate flat tanks but from a stability point of view they are good the lower the centre of gravity the less movement , I have 1000 ltr ionics set up and it’s fine only get a slight bit of surge when it’s half full . 

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38 minutes ago, Pjj said:

I hate flat tanks but from a stability point of view they are good the lower the centre of gravity the less movement , I have 1000 ltr ionics set up and it’s fine only get a slight bit of surge when it’s half full . 

I took there advice and went with the up right,  I don't really feel that much surge if I'm honest. Probably because its a bigger van. I feel like I get more surge in the smaller van with 700L tank.

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1 minute ago, Neil.. Lancashire said:

I took there advice and went with the up right,  I don't really feel that much surge if I'm honest. Probably because its a bigger van. I feel like I get more surge in the smaller van with 700L tank.

They advised 2x 500L tanks. Its worked out very well, I think having to outlet taps helps too.

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