What Thomas mentioned does happen to many dual wand setups, where when one tech sets down a tool, and the other tech can notice a vacuum loss.ThomasRestoration said:We dont dual wand carpet, we will for upholstery......When one of the techs set his want down to do spots or something, I always felt like I was losing suction.
I used to think the same thing when we first started dual wanding, but truth be told, it's just the opposite of them thinking that.Jason said:Single wand.... I do have the capability to dual wand and would do so on a commercial but in a residential setting I'm not sure I would. Reason being I would finish the job to quick and I feel the customer would not feel they got their moneys worth.
A lot of truckmounts will not be able to sustain high heat when dual wanding. That's why we have used LP for our TM heating source for over 20 years.Erik said:80% of our work is commercial. We make long pulls,with 2 man crews the wand never stops. Jobs over 10,000 sq. ft. 2 trucks 4 guys. Works for us. We run high flow, it's hard to keep the temp. over 200 dual wanding. In homes if cleaning carpet and furn. we dual wand