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Water tank... Buffer tank... float valve... bypass.... explained
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    Default Water tank... Buffer tank... float valve... bypass.... explained

    I put this video together to answer a question I was asked. Thought maybe somebody here could benefit.

    Water tank.. Buffer tank... Float valve explanation.

    Michael Kreisle
    First Choice Power Washing LLC
    Lexington, KY 859-983-5955
    BBB Member, UAMCC Member, GLAA Member, LBAR Member
    We own and operate a great Cleaning Service in Lexington KY as well as provide
    awesome Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning services.



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    Default Re: Water tank... Buffer tank... float valve... bypass.... explained

    How to keep machine from running dry.

    Michael Kreisle
    First Choice Power Washing LLC
    Lexington, KY 859-983-5955
    BBB Member, UAMCC Member, GLAA Member, LBAR Member
    We own and operate a great Cleaning Service in Lexington KY as well as provide
    awesome Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning services.



    You can follow us on Facebook here...Pressure Washing Lexington KY

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    Default Re: Water tank... Buffer tank... float valve... bypass.... explained

    Mike, those were awesome videos! I've been at thugs for 10 years, and even I learned something! Thanks!

    P.S. Could you tell us which model Liquid Level switch you are using? I think that every float tank should have one. I had never heard of them before your video, but I can absolutely say it would have saved me many pump repair dollars!
    John Orr
    Former UAMCC Board Member/Treasurer
    Low-Pressure Exterior Cleaning
    757/718-5442
    http://www.exteriorcleaning.com



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    Default Re: Water tank... Buffer tank... float valve... bypass.... explained

    Quote Originally Posted by John Orr View Post
    Mike, those were awesome videos! I've been at thugs for 10 years, and even I learned something! Thanks!

    P.S. Could you tell us which model Liquid Level switch you are using? I think that every float tank should have one. I had never heard of them before your video, but I can absolutely say it would have saved me many pump repair dollars!
    Here is the page where you find it.... http://www.liquidlevel.com/products_...SM-1200-PP.asp

    They have a $50 minimum order so find another contractor wanting one and split order.
    Michael Kreisle
    First Choice Power Washing LLC
    Lexington, KY 859-983-5955
    BBB Member, UAMCC Member, GLAA Member, LBAR Member
    We own and operate a great Cleaning Service in Lexington KY as well as provide
    awesome Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning services.



    You can follow us on Facebook here...Pressure Washing Lexington KY

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    Great videos thank you

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    Mike;
    Just happened to run across this as I was looking for something of the past. Great help to me with those vids. I am just begginning to set up a pickup bed with a 100 chem. tank, a Udor zeta 40p diaphram pump and hose reel. Any advice on the set up? Should I build a small platform for pumkp and reel? Just looking for others ideas. Thanks Bob G

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    great videos Michael

    Doug Rucker-Owner/Operator
    Certified NCE Instructor
    We own and operate a School for Pressure Washing, Roof Cleaning, and Soft Washing http://www.pressurecleaningschool.com
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    Mike, that liquid level is the way to go, thing is slick. thanks for the info
    Steven Mendez
    www.westernmainepressurewashing.com
    Residential Pressure Washing, Soft Washing, and Deck Cleaning and Staining
    207-935-4503

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    Default Re: Water tank... Buffer tank... float valve... bypass.... explained

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Kreisle View Post
    I put this video together to answer a question I was asked. Thought maybe somebody here could benefit.

    Water tank.. Buffer tank... Float valve explanation.

    Dude, this is good stuff. From your accent, and the use of the word whatnot (I thought I was the only one who said that) to the technical info...thanks for posting. I'm on the low end of the learning curve, trying to put all this stuff together in my head, and the shut-off switch is a slick idea. I'd been wondering what to do about that.

    Thank you.

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    Hello Michael, most of the pressure washers I repair are wheeled units but this information is very helpful to me. I will use it in the future and will be glad that you were here to share Thanks Jack

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