Maintenance

Proper tank maintenance is important for tank longevity. This includes:

  • only pumping material in the proper pH level range
  • empty tank daily- product left in tank will settle and separate, creating high concentration layers that can become corrosive, as well as creating corrosive off gasses
  • open/clean primary every quarter
  • flush inside of tank quarterly
  • visual interior inspection every quarter
  • quarterly tank tie down inspections

Additional body inspections/maintenance required:
1 month after purchase:

  • check PTO bolts
  • check hydraulic lines
  • check tank tie downs
  • check vac/pressure relief valve settings

 Daily:

  • visual inspection of all components and safety features
  • drain secondary
  • drain muffler
  • fill oil reservoir

 Weekly:

  • flush vacuum pump
  • check/clean final filter
  • check/clean water filter
  • check pump coupler

Quarterly:

  • clean primary
  • flush/clean inside of tank, making sure to remove ALL build up in bottom of tank
  • internal tank visual inspection
  • visually inspect intake deflector
  • grease all grease points, including drive shaft u joints, manways, and deck pivot points
  • check tank tie downs
  • check/adjust vacuum and pressure relief valves