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Author Topic: It is possible spray organic leachate without cause damage in a hydroseeder?  (Read 966 times)

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Offline JakeMate

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A friend that works in a mining project wants to know if they can load organic leachate (25% diluted), in a hydroseeder machine to spray it over a topsoil pile. The question is: could damage some parts of the equipment?

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There are some people on the forum that may have more experience than I do so hopefully we will hear from them.  I believe leachate does have some organic acid content and does have some alcohol content which would have the potential to cause some seal damage.  My guess is you can but you would want to flush out your unit after use.  This could be one place where a jet machine with a plastic tank might be the better choice but that is just a guess.
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Turboguy, thanks for your answer, very useful.

 

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