I saw that one - and it looks like solid construction for van mounted but it would not be light enough for my trip to a customer’s tap. In europe our houses are smaller so my eye is on setup time. The Claber Reel I’m trying to demote is 8 pounds - I want to make the reel more compact and use pole hose I think I might get under 1/3 the full weight of 100 ft reel and 12 OD microbore hose.
I’d like a turntable under it too but that may be a dream.
Dan I like the set up. I have a 3/4 tank on a basic trolley with wheels-- I like your hose setup. Carrying around 50 ft and 75 ft of garden hose (3/8th I think, or 5/8ths) gets time consuming.
Also,-- is that a sediment filter or a carbon filter before your inlet-- and can you tell me what you used to build that-- my buddy says the chlorine kills the resin fast and had one of those 2 stage you find with the blue filter housings like that.
Added a second reel for garden hose, and built the tanks and filter right into a heavy duty skid. I got the skid for free from an industrial business, they had a bunch at the loading dock, and I just asked if I could have one.
Used a vibration tool thingy to do the cutouts. No more lifting, I just pull hose and work. I love it.