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Date: Feb 18, 2009
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Holt Construction & Cleaning wrote:

For my Yamada 15 poly I bought a 4way pvc t glued on 3 male adapters and one female adaptor I twisted on 3 threaded ball valves then put a plastic hose barb fitting on the end of each ball valve and one in the female coming out of the 4 way. One from the water tank one from the shc and one from the mix. This lets my chemicals stay fresh longer. I put my water and my shc in add in the rest of the ingredients then switch it to the mix tank I let it circulate for a few minutes then spray the roof when I am done I put the head of my spray hose inmy mix tank and turn on the valve for the water and this flushes my pump and hoses and puts 10gallons in thetank for the next mix .




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Date: Feb 19, 2009
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I will get you some pics tommorow. I am not saying its the right way it just works for me. I like having a air compressor on the trailer because after I flush the lines at night I take the spray head off stick the hose end in the mix tank and blow air through the hoses to empty them so they don't freeze at night. It sucks to get ready to start a job and your hoses are frozen.

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Date: Feb 19, 2009
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Nice advantage having an air compressor. It sure does suck when your hoses freeze, I know what you mean Paul. Plus you'll always have something to keep your tire pressure up!

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15 GPM is more that I need right now.  Is there a way to "dial down" the GPM on the Yamada and the Kytar - like simply turning down the air pressure?  I'm new the roof cleaning so my skill probably will NOT be up to par to handle 15 GPM but as my skill improves, I suspect that I'll be quite happy to have the extra flow.  I primarily clean steep asphalt roofs.



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