OK stop asking questions and get your powder coaters brain cap on and then HELL go for itsuncoastpowersports wrote:sounds like a plan to me. now just how to figure out how to phosphate with it.
wonder if you could run it in a 'closed loop' type system. have a holding tank of ip that runs into the washer, and instead of the return dumping into the drain/sewer, it dumps the excess back into the holding tank
Now have I got to tell you how to fig it out????
Yep my brain has been there and what is bad is when I should be sleeping
I. They do have a built in pump so that is a +
2. You will need something that will create pressure for the input I guess? We know or I do that a dishwasher sprays as its washing so that tells me it is picking up the water inside and reusing it and then it drains and then the rinse cycle brings in fresh water.
3.The closed loop is also what I was thinking about but that could depend on how dirty the water/cleaner got trying to do its job? I would think that it would need some sort of filter set up to help clean?
4. If you wanted to phosphate it in the rinse cycle you would need a valve so you could switch over after the wash cycle.
5. Now what I would use it for would be to just super clean stuff and the dry it and then blast and prep and coat. ME NO DO THE phosphate STUFF along with a lot of others.
6. GO FOR IT DUDE its your Dime so do as you need it to be done and that's where all the FUN is and then making it WORK