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Bleach Tank Fill Kit

Bleach Tank Fill Kit

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This is the Bleach Tank Fill Kit that I use for transferring bleach from my holding tank to the tanks on my truck or trailer. You will need a separate pump that is designated to pump your bleach, for easiest transferring. However, you could use your existing pump you use for cleaning, if you so desire. I just prefer to use a dedicated pump for transferring, because it saves a lot of time.  Whichever method you choose, make sure you rinse the pump out thoroughly, with plain water, to extend the life of your pump.  Remember you are pumping you straight bleach, so thorough rinse time is needed.  I rinse my pump for at least 5 minutes.

Here is what you get:

  • PVC Inline Ball Valve 3/4"
  • Banjo Male Cam Lock Adapter x 3/4" Barb
  • Banjo Female Cam Lock x 3/4" MNPT
  • Banjo Female Coupler Dust Cap-3/4"
  • Banjo Threaded Hose Barb 3/4'x3/4" Barb

You will need to supply the lengths of 3/4' hose from your on board bleach tank to pump and pump to bleach holding tank

Be sure to wear proper PPE protection, like gloves, eye protection, eye wash station nearby, and never leave the area to prevent overfilling and quick response to any bleach leak.

This Bleach Tank Fill Kit would connect one end, the threaded hose barb end, to a 3/4" hose.  Then run your hose to your tank. Use a 3/4" Uniseal to push your hose through to the bottom of your tank.  Once the hose is on bottom of tank,  I lift it up and slip a piece of PVC pipe through it, about 6 inches, and then a PVC 45 or 90 coupler to keep the hose weighted down. I do not use a filter on the end of the hose. The end with the Banjo Male Adapter fitting is used for the hose coming from the Inlet of your pump.  See the video below for further instructions and how I do it.

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