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Default Anyone work with pumps/ibc's? Setup wanted to sugar RHR-Dirt

Looking for a suitable system to apply sugar water to RHR-Dirt easily. I'm thinking an IBC with some kind of pump kicking out around 3bar through a conventional hose pipe.

Anyone work with this type of thing who might be able to help source something (cheap or free!).

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James Pritchard owns a company called re-container, they refurbish drums and IBC's to resell. PM me your number and I'll text you his. He'll certainly be able to help with the IBC supply, and I bet he can help source pumping equipment too.
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Looking for a suitable system to apply sugar water to RHR-Dirt easily. I'm thinking an IBC with some kind of pump kicking out around 3bar through a conventional hose pipe.

Anyone work with this type of thing who might be able to help source something (cheap or free!).

Thanks
I work with pumps.....

Cheap'n'cheerful - look at Jabsco..... www.jabscoshop.co.uk
There 220v, 24v and 12v "portable" pumps.

Keep the pump as close to the valve on the IBC as possible.
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Hi James. I could supply you an as new Grade 1 1000lt IBC Tank, for £50If you go on the Kay Supplies website they do a Stainless steel submersible water pump that would easily kick out 3.0 bar and over.
If you opened the valve on a full tank it would easily kick out at least 1.0 bar on the pressure alone.
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