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Roof Cleaning Northern Virginia (571) 250 9650 wrote:


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Very nice Barry.  I'm going to make a change to my setup based on your rig and the pictures.  Thanks for posting it




 Glad I could help Ted. I had just recently purchased a 6x12 enclosed utility body van that will eventually be used for my rig, so you may be hearing from me for some recommendations and input on setting up a utility body.



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Here is how I decided to make my mix tank. These 55 gallon drums are usually available at little or no cost. This top draw set up was found using the search button when I first discovered the RCIA.




  Nice setup and pictures. Where did you find the screw on lids for your 55 gal drums?



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Here is how I decided to make my mix tank. These 55 gallon drums are usually available at little or no cost. This top draw set up was found using the search button when I first discovered the RCIA.




  Nice setup and pictures. Where did you find the screw on lids for your 55 gal drums?



I think this is where I purchased mine from Tank Depot

 



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Thanks for the information Barry.  The accumulator tank is a great idea that I have not seen before.  I believe I am going to have to make some changes.



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Thanks for the information Barry.  The accumulator tank is a great idea that I have not seen before.  I believe I am going to have to make some changes.



-- Edited by roofcleaninginnc on Friday 4th of February 2011 12:08:15 PM

Mark,

I haven't heard any feedback from other guys using this but I found it very useful for run off control. I only used it on a handful of roofs towards the end of last season and it worked great.

 



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