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Old 02-12-2020, 10:32 PM   #71
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Just sat down and read the whole thread. Cracking job you've done there, certainly given me some ideas for the garden shed/cave I've just built.

Can i ask are they the slims bottles, with the dual action sprayer?
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Just sat down and read the whole thread. Cracking job you've done there, certainly given me some ideas for the garden shed/cave I've just built.

Can i ask are they the slims bottles, with the dual action sprayer?
Hi Mate,

They are the kwazar sprayers, I used a tiny bit of nail polish remover to get rid of the lettering to give me a clean base to add a label too.
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Old 03-12-2020, 09:35 AM   #73
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Cracking thread given me some inspiration for a building at the farm I use, I do all the pest control and help with odd jobs around the farm so kindly now get access to use a barn and pressure washer. Great work!
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Another little update here folks!

Iím in the throws of the pressure washer 2.0 so switching out the old warped shelf for a nice stainless one I had spare, I think it looks much better! Iíll be changing out the rubbish looking garden hose fittings for some proper stainless hose soon with ball valves, but it wonít be until the new year.







Iíve also relocated the bucket filler so it can accommodate the taller buckets on the dollies. Annoyingly due to where the water inlet is the the tap mounting is now only half fixed to the board, itís still solid but itís missing the screws in one side, certainly looks better then when it had a right angle though, what do you guys think?



Also excuse all the holes, pen marks and off centre bits all will be fixed when I finalise the fittings.





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Just read your thread from the beginning and really enjoyed it. Some great idea’s and a nice set up.
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Looks awesome! Liking the kranzle setup
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Yep, you’ve definitely got the bug!

Setup looks good mate and I love that everything is labelled well and has its place.

Why have you mounted the Kranzle above? I know it can draw the water, but surely gravity feeding it would be better?
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Henri 2 questions...

1. are you allergic to original bottles?
2. is that an in-line TDS and where did you get it
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Henri 2 questions...



1. are you allergic to original bottles?

2. is that an in-line TDS and where did you get it


Adam,



1. yes lol, i like it too all look the same on the shelves. Plus kwazar have the best spray pattern.



2. No I wish! its just a flow meter, you can use the calculator on raceglazes website to figure out roughly how many litres you will get depending on your water hardness so you know when to change, although tbh I would just be testing the water anyway. I think I may ditch it when I change to stainless hardware in the new year, if I do you can have it for a few quid if you want

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1. yes lol, i like it too all look the same on the shelves. Plus kwazar have the best spray pattern.



2. No I wish! its just a flow meter, you can use the calculator on raceglazes website to figure out roughly how many litres you will get depending on your water hardness so you know when to change, although tbh I would just be testing the water anyway. I think I may ditch it when I change to stainless hardware in the new year, if I do you can have it for a few quid if you want
Selfishly I think an inline water hardness meter should be your next project

I leave a glass on top of my vessel which I periodically fill up then dip in my gauge to ensure the ppm hasn't crept up. As I know I'm nearing the end of my current resin I've been checking after each use which is a pain & wondered was there a way to get an automatic reading at the output of the vessel.

I imagine they exist I just don't know whether they'd require customisation to fit into our similar systems.

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