If one has two separate vac boxes with two vacs in parallel, would you get the series effect if you join the exhaust of one to the intake of another? It does seem logical but was wondering what setback (cons) I would face
Thanks for your response
Well am the kind of guy "who likes to make his eyes boil his peas" and who married a woman from "the Showme State"
I purchased a the equipment needed for lift measurement and it arrived yesterday
I then went to garage and started testing my equipment
All the vac motors are lamb Ametek
Has any one tried the CX-15? If so how effective is it and does it save time when compared to using the wand?
With the wand one can press down for added weight when recovering water, but can't with the cx15.
So how dry is the carpet a pass from the cx15 and does it save time?
I have been off of this for some time because I gave up my accounts.
I have now received them back and want to upgrade my system.
Are there any new and improved Vac Motors out there, bigger and more powerful that is still 120volts and around 13-14 amps????
Is there a general formula to calculate lift and cfm from multiple motors, taking into account wether they are set up in series form or paralell form?
We know that the more stages the less cfm and the more lift and vice versa.
Am new in this business so maybe the answer is obvious , but alas not to me.
I see that cfm and lift seem to be the most two important factors in carpet cleaning.
We also know that the size of the hose and the length of the hose has a direct relationship to lift and cfm at the end of the wand...
I am new to carpet cleaning. I must ask this question." Why do I not see truck mount guys with hide a hose set ups?"
To me it woyld be so much easier. There would be no scuffing, and you would only have to move one hose. If you are using a two inch ich hose I see no reason why we would not...