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Commercial Pressure Cleaning and roof wash rig

I posted a few pics before but the ones you saw were from when I first finished it, we have mad a few changes since then , we added a 5500 watt generator, and a air compressor (small one). Why an air compressor ? When traveling in winter months things freeze easier so we added coil blow out valves on the side of all of our pumps, just crank up the air blow out all the lines then you have virtually no water in the syatem, also we have a 2 in dump valve on the tank to drop all water. The 225 gallon tank in the front is for roof mix/building wash as well as the Titan hose reel with 300 foot of 5/8 goodyear rubber hose.

In addition there are 3 hot water units (plumbed with 1 inch lines) with 1200 feet of high pressure hose on the 3 reels and we carry an additional 300 feet for backup, 225 feet of 3/4 in filler hose on the forth Summitt reel in the rear as well as a 1.5 in hose with cam lock to quick connect to fire hydrants (Sorry Tim !),Also a 35 gallon sodium hypochlorite tank for house or building wash mix and 25 gallon sodium hydroxide tank, then I have a seperate housing built to carry 2 - 5's of Acid.
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Ill take one...how much?
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Is that it? I thought you were going to post a real rig.

That's a rolling phallic symbol, Russ. I love it. What's the flow on the pumps?

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