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nicks2211

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Ice Cream Truck Thu, 05/9/13 1:17 PM (permalink)
I just found this site it looks great! I'm working on getting an ice cream truck. The rules in the township I will be operating in is that in order to sell open products like soft ice cream I need to have a sink with the conditions listed below. Can anyone here give me an idea how much that would cost to put in.
Thanks in advance.
 
 
a. The potable water supply tank shall be capable of providing minimum of 30 gallons under pressure for both hot and cold water supply and tilted toward a capped drain cock. The water inlet pipe shall be of removable flexible copper, or other tubing approved by the Health Department, with a nozzle for hose connection that is capped when not being used.
b. A hose or hose connection equipped with a vacuum breaker shall be provided for supplying water to the mobile unit, as well as a method forhandling the hose for draining and preventing contamination.c. The hot water supply, under pressure, shall be heated (electrically or otherwise) to a minimum temperature of 90 degrees F and supplied in all processing and washing areas.
2. A suitable waste tank shall be provided with an adequate method ofgauging the contents and having a capacity at least 15% greater than thecapacity of the water supply tank. The waste tank shall be tilted toward adrain cock.
<message edited by nicks2211 on Thu, 05/9/13 1:22 PM>
 
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    daddywoofdawg

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    • Location: Starkweather, ND
    Re:Ice Cream Truck Sat, 05/11/13 4:14 AM (permalink)
    So you need a 30 gal fresh water tank.a 45 gal waste water and a hot water heater plus a fill.look on eBay for all that.R something carriages is where most of us have bought from online/eBay. your looking at maybe 110 for the tanks,200 or less for a five gal heater the fill about 30.00 plus pex hoses.
    do you have to have a 3 bay sink and a hand wash sink? If so that can add another 150.00.
     
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      Bistro a go-go

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      Re:Ice Cream Truck Mon, 05/20/13 10:49 PM (permalink)
      where are u  getting hand and  bay sinks for 150.? also fresh water to grey water is 15% greater on grey water which means 30/35 gal. to anything ive heard anywhere although cant hurt to habe 150% more in grey w.  if im wrong pls advise...?
       
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        Bistro a go-go

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        Re:Ice Cream Truck Mon, 05/20/13 10:50 PM (permalink)
        where are u  getting hand and  bay sinks for 150.? also fresh water to grey water is 15% greater on grey water which means 30/35 gal. to anything ive heard anywhere although cant hurt to have 150% more in grey w.  if im wrong pls advise...?
         
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          daddywoofdawg

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          Re:Ice Cream Truck Tue, 05/21/13 2:00 AM (permalink)
           
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