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(Retro fitting water collection to an established house requires some innovation. In this case a slim line header tank has been used to build sufficient pressure and head height to move the water to the main holding tanks. It also can be isolated if the ma)
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Retro fitting water collection to an established house requires some innovation. In this case a slim line header tank has been used to build sufficient pressure and head height to move the water to the main holding tanks. It also can be isolated if the main tanks are full. Retro fitting water collection to an established house requires some innovation. In this case a slim line header tank has been used to build sufficient pressure and head height to move the water to the main holding tanks. It also can be isolated if the main tanks are full.
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 +Nylex produced these tanks and I purchased mine from Kmart for about $250 each. Unfortunately my research late 2007 found that Nylex had stopped producing them as they are very handy for narrow situations or for use as header tanks.

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Retro fitting water collection to an established house requires some innovation. In this case a slim line header tank has been used to build sufficient pressure and head height to move the water to the main holding tanks. It also can be isolated if the main tanks are full.

Nylex produced these tanks and I purchased mine from Kmart for about $250 each. Unfortunately my research late 2007 found that Nylex had stopped producing them as they are very handy for narrow situations or for use as header tanks.

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