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Thread: pump protection

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    pump protection

    What kind of filtration device do you use for your roof pump?I'd like to find a poly or similiar tank screen(if they make one) to put on the intake of my pump.
    Dustin Cook
    Palmetto Pressure Clean, LLC
    Lexington & Columbia, SC 803-467-7887
    Pressure Washing & Roof
    Cleaning in Columbia & Lexington, SC

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    Re: pump protection

    take a piece of nylon screening, fold it double and tie on to the end of the suction line. works great and will not corode like aluminum or stainless.
    Jon Chapman
    Pro Pressure Clean and Seal
    727-432-2501
    www.propaverseal.com

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    Re: pump protection

    [quote author=dustinc link=topic=341.msg2671#msg2671 date=1166633787]
    What kind of filtration device do you use for your roof pump?I'd like to find a poly or similiar tank screen(if they make one) to put on the intake of my pump.
    [/quote]
    This will work well, as long as you change the screens regulary!
    http://www.mosssales.com/banjo31.html

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    Re: pump protection

    I pick up the filters like those in Chris' post for a few bucks at a local ag supply place.I have seen them with a nylon screen.Dustin check with a John Deere tractor company if you have one around you.If not shoot me a PM,maybe I can get on here in farmland and send it to you.
    Scott Karvonen
    Karvonen's Pro Clean
    Sylvester,Ga
    229-776-7856/229-344-5596
    Pressure Washers Mafia
    www.georgiaproclean.com

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    Re: pump protection

    Thanks Guys.I made a makeshift filter out of pvc and fiberglass screen.
    Dustin Cook
    Palmetto Pressure Clean, LLC
    Lexington & Columbia, SC 803-467-7887
    Pressure Washing & Roof
    Cleaning in Columbia & Lexington, SC

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