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Matt Trevatt

Cement Tank Tutorials

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Thanks guys for all your replys of late. I am sorry that I haven responded to each 1 but life right now is so busy I just have to snatch momments to check online

I have up loaded some cement tank tutorials on 2 my website. Help yourselves if you are interested.

Matt

http://www.campbali.com/Above%20Ground%20Tank.doc

http://www.campbali.com/In%20ground%20water%20tank..doc

http://www.campbali.com/Rus%20Pump.doc

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thats great matt,like the foot wear in 1 photo, barefoot thats my style.

brings back memories from when I was a young lad and me and my puppa had to completly plaster up his old galv rain water tank when it sprung a leak, so he teached me how to do it on the outside and I was the smallest at the time, so I had the job of the inside, was fun loading the buckets thru the small hole.

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Thanks guys, all the photos are taken up at my wife's village in rural Bali. The wire used is typically non corrosive welding wire.

Re bare feet that's nothing, I have seen a guy standing on a massive wooden table cutting a hole with a chainsaw between his bare feet..... or maybe that's foot....

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Please advise on the following... Is this a viable alternative in order to save time (and energy) if

many large (8 ft+ ?) tanks are required?

1) BUILD the bases needed with slightly concave or tapered bottoms to allow

semi-auto cleaning via underground PVC plumbing, for RAS-based multi-tank array.

2) BUY and install large reinforced concrete (municipal/industrial) cylinders, used in bridge

construction etc. to the DIY bases in step #1.

3) Use mortar to seal cylinder to base.

Thanks.

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