electric tm

don gray

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Hey all, question is this, does anyone anywhere make an electric tm that comes close to a small fuel truck mount. I am currently running a powermatic and I am seriously thinking about a change. Hardly ever have a hose run over 200', and I run at about 80% resi and 20% com. and I very seldom do any tile work.
I love the powermatic, but, it is starting to wear on me always stinking like fuel, it is a giant machine, and it is getting a little long in the whiskers if you know what I mean. I am not ruling out a traditional tm but I am really searching out any and all options.
I have found 2 so far, 1 is Bob savage's machine and the 2nd is called the nordic1. Anywoo I would love to hear all of your thoughts. Thanks Don
 

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That Goliath looks primitive and way too expensive. I am using a Mytee M5 with booster and it cost me under 3k. It is putting down over 300 cfm's and almost 200" lift.
 

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i agree with m-5 /titan/ with booster or a recoil . Who will make 4vac 3stage in series and parellel first is my question 230 -260 cfm 15 hg , "Build it manufactor they will come" The nordic one and savage is too exspensive for my blood. I value Tery Brevic and Bob Savage input alot on ETM. The value on there equipment is not there 7-10 k for vac motors that cost under 250 dollars. Sory For comment to who might be afended , Convince on why to spend that much..... A matter of fact Bob Savage me good advice today in PM and will be in touch with on my findings.
 

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If you have a stainless wastetank, a pumptech pump, a few vac motors, a few hoses, some PVC, a little giant heater,and a poly freshwater tank, you can make your own.
 

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I use a rotovac and you need at least 200 cfm . I use 330 cfm projected on low side with 2 m-5 motors and a 118 cfm cobb lmb3a in my unit.

Bane has a blower with a electric motor with a 100 psi pump.

Was never knockin terry nordic one . It is very exspensive for 2 electric vac motors. But I love the gauges and the loook from the nordic one the best of all ETM and Savage old water cabinet he used . To each there own , But bane way under powered for the money, Maybe 15 years ago that was the wave of the future, Just my opinion ,Also dave 3 ht 220 -230 atw should have quicker dry times .
 

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