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  1. #1
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    Has anyone got a coil cleaning trailer setup for commercial applications? Please include photos I am trying to invest in one we have several contracts that have poor water locations for cleaning cond.
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    dts2620 is offline Professional Member-BM-bad email, server rejected
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    We carry 100 gal water tanks from the local fleet and farm store and connect a pressure washer. Works great for cell towers. Warning low inlet pressure is hard on pressure washers.

  3. #3
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    thanks, that was kind of what we were lookin at but in a much larger scale we have 52 systems from 10-50 tons at one location in the middle of a huge gravel field and closest water is 300 ft away with poor water flow. the furthest is about 1/4 mile away from water.
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  4. #4
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    pick up an old skid tank 2 - 3 hundred gallons connect 300` of cheap poly pipe from poor supply to tank.
    git inexpensive jet pump to boost pressure, pumping from tank to hose.
    use coil gun & you should be fine, a lot safer & cheaper than hauling round a pressure washer that can demolish a coil.
    look for a pump that can put out 40 60 psi at whatever head you have onsite. most jet pumps can survive outside just drain them if freezing is a hazard. i would think this all can be done for a few hundred bucks
    The Captain.

  5. #5
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    We have a skid tank 500 gallons. Put a power washer on the front of the trailer. Fill it up when we enter the road at the mines to go back to the draglines. Got about 150 feet of washer line to the handle and a short hose from the tank to the washer. Works fine until we get to about 50 gallons in the tank.

  6. #6
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    Nov 2005
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    Shreveport, Louisiana
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    I think if you have 300 feet of hose and set a booster pump in there somewere you will do good.

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