Re: NANFA-L-- articles for AC / Bottle tanks


Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- articles for AC / Bottle tanks
From: matt ashton (ashtonmj2003-in-yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Nov 17 2004 - 14:09:43 CST


There are some things a little stronger than sterilite/tote's that we have used-in-work for tank raising applications. They were basically trash bins made of I think HDPEP sp? (high density Poly something or other) as well as some round ones that were obviuos for water storage. Something kinda clever we got from the dry cleaner next door was one of their huge carts. It did bow out however when it was full. One way that it was somewhat corrected was to build an outside frame for it to help with its shape out of 2 x 4's that also double as the fram for the light rack. It's on wheel's too and even able to move when full of water...how convienent is that! For about 12 bucks Rubbermaid makes a round fairly thick rubber tub, im sure youve seen em all of the place, they store ice and laundry great, and its 16 gallons....how many places can you get a 16 gallon container that holds water that well for 12 bucks. Personally I think glass is overated unless you need one side of it to view and
 obviously for display.

                        
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: Fri Dec 31 2004 - 12:42:51 CST