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Old December 21st, 2015, 07:31 PM
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I can see that working fine for the permeate, but I want to be able to get all the sap out of the sap tank so I can wash it daily.
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Sean What I do when my tank is getting low on sap is I wait till its about empty and I hose down the sides and keep washing the sap down the drain into the RO so I feel confident all the sap made it out.
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I can see that working fine for the permeate, but I want to be able to get all the sap out of the sap tank so I can wash it daily.
If you are that concerned raise the feed tank.
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