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Sick day (I had to call in sick today)

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Went to the doctor today. I guess being sick for a month on and off warrants that. He gave me a cortisone shot, antibiotics and the good cough syrup.

Also, a great sign at the doctors office. I would have rewrote the sign. But this is just me.
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Holding tank project

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I want to convert a Water Wizard Hyper-Concentrate tank into a dilution holding tank. This would give me seven chemical tanks in the same place as three now.

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5 gallon chemical containers are about 15 inches tall.  This chemical container is about 19 1/2 inches tall. Sizes of the Water Wizard Hyper-Concentrate tank:

IMG_1298.JPG It is 60" long 5 feet. IMG_1300.JPG The fixed lip in the back it 9" long. IMG_1302.JPG The width on the tank is 24" long 2 feet. IMG_1305.JPG The height of the opening under the tank is 17 1/2". IMG_1306.JPG The height of the tank is 31 1/2". IMG_1312.JPG The width of the unit from the inside of the legs is 57 1/2"". 

An additional plan it to replace my other holding tank. This means that I need to remove the perviously install pvc pipes.

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Coleman uses Parker 5/8" 300 psi hose to deliver water from the holding tank.

The large tank conpartment is 15 1/2" left to right and 11 1/4 top to middle and 12" high. From top to bottom is 24".