Ever wondered what it's like to be inside a sap tank?
Today, Kern was the lucky one picked to squeeze his way down into the 1,000 gallon sap tank, used to hold the water that exits the reverse osmosis machine. For many years, it's been a task-and-a-half to clean all our plastic sap tanks, especially the smaller ones- wriggling down inside, dragging the hose in after you, scrubbing, and coming out sopping wet. For someone that is even semi-claustrophobic, this is definitely not a pleasant job. The only opening in these types of tanks are about a foot & a half in diameter, so when you're inside the tank, this opening seems mighty small and one might find themselves wanting a little more air! Fortunately for Kern, today he was just checking to make sure everything was in perfect working order, as we are selling this big tank and replacing it with a brand new, shiny stainless steel one.