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Chemical Tank Cleaning


chemical tank cleaning
    chemical tank
  • Chemical tanks are storage containers for chemicals. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and are used for static storage, mixing, and transport of both raw materials and finished chemical products.
    cleaning
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
chemical tank cleaning - Gilmour 75QGFMR
Gilmour 75QGFMR Foamaster Adjustable Multi Ratio Cleaning Gun
Gilmour 75QGFMR Foamaster Adjustable Multi Ratio Cleaning Gun
Accurately mixes and sprays foaming chemicals
Foaming attachment provides fan spray; solid streat without attachment
Chemical resistant polyethylene bottle
Adjustable to 1, 2, 4, 6, or 12 oz. per gallon
Made in USA.
Accurately mixes and sprays foaming chemicals
Foaming attachment provides fan spray; solid streat without attachment
Chemical resistant polyethylene bottle
Adjustable to 1, 2, 4, 6, or 12 oz. per gallon
Made in USA.
Accurately mixes and sprays foaming chemicals
Foaming attachment provides fan spray; solid streat without attachment
Chemical resistant polyethylene bottle
Adjustable to 1, 2, 4, 6, or 12 oz. per gallon
Made in USA.
Accurately mixes and sprays foaming chemicals
Foaming attachment provides fan spray; solid streat without attachment
Chemical resistant polyethylene bottle
Adjustable to 1, 2, 4, 6, or 12 oz. per gallon
Made in USA.

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Saltwater Reef Tank - Day #1
Saltwater Reef Tank - Day #1
I figure I'm long overdue for a new blog posting so I thought my new hobby would be a good subject to write about. I setup a new Saltwater Reef Aquarium this past weekend. I have been thinking about doing this for a while now and finally took the plunge (no pun intended). Salt water aquariums are a lot of work (research and learning more than anything) but the payoffs can be great. I used to keep a saltwater aquarium in my late-teen years but it was more difficult back then due to access and price of quality equipment and livestock, lack of information (internet resources), and other things needed that are more easily attainable today. I did a "Saltwater Fish ONLY" aquarium back in the day because most of the fish stores around didn't have things like corals, live rock, and live sand that are more readily available today. Building a "Fish Only Tank" versus a "Reef Tank" takes a slightly different approach and equipment/supplies. I'm going for the Reef Tank which will allow me to eventually house fish AND live corals. I'm not going to go into great detail here about how to setup a Saltwater Reef Aquarium (there are tons of sources on the internet that can explain everything) but I will say that every hobbyist has different opinions on what you should and should not do. This is frustrating when researching how to build a Saltwater aquarium because one person says one thing and another says the opposite (so what's the best way to do it???). Well, I say if you can learn the basic requirements, follow the strict rules on "Biological Cycling" (your tank will go through chemical cycles over time that can be very dangerous to inhabitants if not managed properly), and most of all "BE PATIENT", then in all probability you will have a successful Saltwater aquarium. Ok, so enough of all that jazz... here are the basics of my new aquarium and what I've done so far... SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT & SETUP: * Oceanic Biocube 29 Gallon Aquarium w/Stand (biological wet/dry filtration system and lighting all included) * API Pharma - Reef Master Test Kit * Instant Ocean Hydrometer * Reef Crystals Salt 55 Gal * Silver Spring Water (5 gal jugs * 6) * Stealth Shatter Proof Heater - 100 Watt (up to 30 Gallons) * Corallife Digital Thermometer * Marina Aquarium Glass Thermometer (for mixing water changes only) * Hydor Koralia Turbo Pump - Flow Rate 2 (2300 L/H 600 GPH) * Medium Acrylic Aquarium Magnet Cleaner * Chemi-Pure Elite - 1 full unit for 5-40 gallons * Aragalive Bahamas Oolit Live Sand (20 lbs) * Live Rock (17.15 lbs)So I mixed all the Salt + Spring Water on Sunday, filled the tank, and got everything running. Then I went to my LFS (Local Fish Store) and bought Live Sand & Fully-Cured Live Rock and put in the tank. The Live Sand and Live Rock most likely have been in real oceans and/or other salt-water tanks for a long time and have developed beneficial bacterial cultures needed for your tank's Biological Cycling process as they help to break down Ammonia and Nitrites (produced from fish waste, uneaten food, decaying matter, etc.). When I was doing this 15-20 years ago, Live Sand and Live Rock were not available and it would take months, if not years to build up enough of your own bacteria to successfully break down harmful chemicals from waste depending on the size of your Bio-Load (amount of living things in your tank). The great thing about Live Rock and Live Sand is that it helps to speed up the cycling process so you can introduce live stock more quickly. But your tank still needs to cycle properly and be monitored carefully or adding too many live things too fast can CRASH the entire eco-system (A CRASH = too much harmful waste from the animals and not enough micro-bacteria to break it down into less harmful chemicals = and everything dies!). The idea is to add your live stock as slowly and patiently as possible (over months, if not years - even with live rock & sand that already has some bacteria cultures on it) - do it SLOWLY. So what's next...? I'm planning to start stocking my new tank with a "Clean-Up Crew" slowly over a 1-2 month period. A Clean-Up Crew consists of small animals like Crabs, Hermit Crabs, Shrimp, and Snails that all play a part in keeping your eco-system clean. Many species munch on different types of algae, decaying matter, parasites, and some even keep the sand well aerated -- an important thing if you use sand as your aquarium base - sand can trap detritus (waste material) and with no oxygen getting to the sand, you could develop a harmful environment quickly. The idea for stocking a clean-up crew is to add-slowly (just like everything else). Buy 2-3 small creatures per week (depending on the size of your tank). Yes the clean-up crew will eat waste but they will also produce their own waste as well - causing spikes in your tank's biological cycle. The spikes in harmful chemicals will start to go down as mor
The tank
The tank
It holds 3000 gallons. The Milkco truck comes every 2 days for pickup. They gather 600 gallons of milk per day. The milk is chilled by 30F degrees (down from cow temp.) by way of the radiant cooler above and on the wall. The tank itself has a jacket which further chills the milk. The water that circulates inside the milk storage tank's steel jacket is further heated by the heat energy drawn off the milk by the chilling equipment, and it helps cut their hot water heating bill by a significant amount. You can never have too much hot water for cleaning/sanitizing on a dairy farm. On a different note, it was here that Cherry told us the tipping point for them going organic after so many years working as a conventional farm. They had been contemplating the change, but were still wary of the costs involved. Then one day, George was spraying one of the fields with a chemical fertilizer or herbicide or somesuch, and he lost the cap to the tank. It was spilling and splashing everywhere, and the only thing he had to cover the tank was his HAND. She said he came home that evening soaked in that chemical...and then spent several months pretty ill. That's when they decided they couldn't live that way anymore, and started the transition. She described how Taylor used to have lots of allergies and colds and was generally a sick little boy. Now, he's as healthy as anyone else. No more allergies and he hasn't been to a doctor for a cold or illness in over 2 years. They both credit the farm conversion/lack of chemicals in their environment, and changing how they eat and what they eat. When they made the farm change, they decided to go all in and adopt an all natural and organic diet.

chemical tank cleaning
chemical tank cleaning
ChemFree Nontoxic Chemical Free Toilet Bowl Cleaner (2 units)
Non-toxic and chemical free Chemfree Toilet Bowl Cleaner is one of the greenest and most eco-friendly ways to keep your toilet clean for 5 years or 50,000 flushes. (Safe for Septic systems!) Hydro-electric power plants use the physics principles incorporated in the non-toxic ChemFree Toilet Bowl Cleaner to keep water intakes clean for years. Made in the U.S.A., eco-friendly and non-toxic, Chemfree's hydro-mineral magnets prevent toiletbowl stains by keeping minerals in the water from forming bonds that cause the stains in the bowl and the lime buildup that occurs on the tank parts. Just drop it in the tank. As an added bonus, the ChemFree housing contains Bact-O-Bane, a non-toxic fiber embedded into the housing that kills bacteria on contact by disrupting the metabolic function of thin-walled micro-organisms like mold and fungus, killing them instantly. This is backed up with a 5-year 50,000 flush study that shows no deterioration in performance. Get one for each toilet today. Safe for septic systems. No chemicals or corrosive bleach that can reduce the life of tank parts No more fear for Children or Pets Drinking Chemically treated toilet water Eliminates pollution from harmful chemicals and plastic waste Bact-o-bane fibers in the housing help kill bacteria in the tank that can prevent fungus, mildew odors. SAVES MONEY - Pays for itself in 6 months. No need to keep buying toxic and corrosive cleaner drop-ins. Just a periodic brushing is all you need to keep toxic chemicals from getting into our water system. Works to help keep swamp coolers and cold water humidifiers from collecting minerals. 5 Year Manufacturer's Warranty (U.S. Patents 5,460,718 and 360,676) (Of course, you do need to start with a clean toilet. And it may require two for extra hard water, but it will still save you a ton of money, and they still work great. In some cases, if you have a water softener for the toilet water, it may not work as well.)

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