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Pressure Washer Products would love to see photos of your rigs.

For a chance to win the gallon of Chlorine Stable Fragrance, please post a pic of your rig with plumbing.  The second name drawn will receive a gallon of the Ammonyx M or Apple Butter.  It is thick like honey.

You may post one pic of your rig and one pic of the plumbing.  If we can't see what is going on, we can't qualify the entry.

You may post as many pics as you like.  However, only pics from one rig will count.  If you have multiple rigs, they will count as multiple entries.

We will give you two weeks and pull the names on May 29, 2010.  (Thanks, Clyde!)
Good Luck!


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Hi Lori.

Another contest give-a-way from PWP.  You guys are great!

The plumbing picture shows my pump and input wand with filter.  I got the idea of using a wand from Billy Jensen.  The wand provides flexability for pulling from different tanks without having fixed plumbing.

Charles

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Hey Lori! Heres my trailer. I got the battery in the pic and the delavan, and The line for the 5 gallon bucket The red hose), (gettin a 15 gal horizontal tank sooon!) I was on a budget so The red air line on the hose reel is for roof washing. I use a simple plastic garden hose nozzle. Got 100 feet of that.  the black line with the ball valve I pull water from the water tank to fill the 5 gallon up after mixin up the cider. This rig is designed for roofs and houses, flat work and wood. No sinage on it yet except for the 2 RCIA logos. The 3rd pic is from graphics company. Should be on trailer this week or next. This was the trailer I mentioned last winter I was going to try to build for about a thousand. Reusing my portable washer. Well 2500, including graphics.

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Thank you for posting, guys!

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Pressure Washer Products wrote:

Pressure Washer Products would love to see photos of your rigs.

For a chance to win the gallon of Chlorine Stable Fragrance, please post a pic of your rig with plumbing.  The second name drawn will receive a gallon of the Ammonyx M or Apple Butter.  It is thick like honey.

You may post one pic of your rig and one pic of the plumbing.  If we can't see what is going on, we can't qualify the entry.

You may post as many pics as you like.  However, only pics from one rig will count.  If you have multiple rigs, they will count as multiple entries.

We will give you two weeks and pull the names on April 29.

Good Luck!


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I sure would like to know how good that stuff smells.



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Great idea on the removable suction line, Charles!


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Very nice Gutterdog!  Easy to acces your equipment.  Consider getting rid of the elbow at the pump.



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Nice Job, Chris!  It looks like you have a well protected pump!



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sales@pressurewasherproducts.com

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PRESSURE WASHERS & HIGH PRESSURE ACCESSORIES

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Got the graphics done today!

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All pressure washing services in between!

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Nice Clyde. Where did you find your tank? So dang hard to find one around here. Went to Tractor Supply, Harbor Freight, craigslist etc...

running 2-55gal drums now. one sh and one h20

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Do those "Y" splitters adversely affect the flow for roof cleaning plumbing? I switched from the "Y" to ball valves and a "T" because I noticed the diameter of those "Y" splitters are restricted to about the size of a pencil. 

I'm in the process of buying an enclosed trailer (may happen tomorrow) so I'll be replacing all the plumbing and starting from the ground up. Seeing how everybody has their rig plumbed is going to be a big help.


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WeWashWindows wrote:

Do those "Y" splitters adversely affect the flow for roof cleaning plumbing? I switched from the "Y" to ball valves and a "T" because I noticed the diameter of those "Y" splitters are restricted to about the size of a pencil. 


I'm in the process of buying an enclosed trailer (may happen tomorrow) so I'll be replacing all the plumbing and starting from the ground up. Seeing how everybody has their rig plumbed is going to be a big help.


-- Edited by WeWashWindows on Thursday 27th of May 2010 10:22:57 PM


 Thats actually just my 5 gpm transfer pump. The hose situation is this:

Bottom left: sucks from the Blue barrel on the trailer (extra chem)
Top left: sucks from 3/4" hose with 1/2" 4' pvc on the end for pulling from new 55ers
Bottom right: Discharges into the blue barrel on the trailer
Top right discharges into 125gl Chem tank.

This set up allows me to pull from anywhere and discharge to anywhere.



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Nice set up Scott D

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WeWashWindows wrote:

Do those "Y" splitters adversely affect the flow for roof cleaning plumbing? I switched from the "Y" to ball valves and a "T" because I noticed the diameter of those "Y" splitters are restricted to about the size of a pencil.


I'm in the process of buying an enclosed trailer (may happen tomorrow) so I'll be replacing all the plumbing and starting from the ground up. Seeing how everybody has their rig plumbed is going to be a big help.


-- Edited by WeWashWindows on Thursday 27th of May 2010 10:22:57 PM


Thats actually just my 5 gpm transfer pump. The hose situation is this:

Bottom left: sucks from the Blue barrel on the trailer (extra chem)
Top left: sucks from 3/4" hose with 1/2" 4' pvc on the end for pulling from new 55ers
Bottom right: Discharges into the blue barrel on the trailer
Top right discharges into 125gl Chem tank.

This set up allows me to pull from anywhere and discharge to anywhere.

 




Nice. That makes sense Scott. What do you use for your application pump?



-- Edited by WeWashWindows on Friday 28th of May 2010 12:31:41 AM

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Almost forgot about this. Here are a couple of mine for the entry.



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Larry, you gotta tell me what all the nozzles in the middle are?

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Confident Roof Cleaning Houston TX wrote:

Larry, you gotta tell me what all the nozzles in the middle are?



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Confident Roof Cleaning Houston TX wrote:

 

WeWashWindows wrote:

Do those "Y" splitters adversely affect the flow for roof cleaning plumbing? I switched from the "Y" to ball valves and a "T" because I noticed the diameter of those "Y" splitters are restricted to about the size of a pencil.


I'm in the process of buying an enclosed trailer (may happen tomorrow) so I'll be replacing all the plumbing and starting from the ground up. Seeing how everybody has their rig plumbed is going to be a big help.


-- Edited by WeWashWindows on Thursday 27th of May 2010 10:22:57 PM


Thats actually just my 5 gpm transfer pump. The hose situation is this:

Bottom left: sucks from the Blue barrel on the trailer (extra chem)
Top left: sucks from 3/4" hose with 1/2" 4' pvc on the end for pulling from new 55ers
Bottom right: Discharges into the blue barrel on the trailer
Top right discharges into 125gl Chem tank.

This set up allows me to pull from anywhere and discharge to anywhere.

 




Nice. That makes sense Scott. What do you use for your application pump?



-- Edited by WeWashWindows on Friday 28th of May 2010 12:31:41 AM

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