Been using 100' 3/8"continuous hose for a couple months . Took sometime to get us to it compared to the lighter and more flexible 1/4" hose . The constant heat and higher GPM has been worth it !I'm ordering a continuous 150' ⅜" and a 20' ⅜" whip from Anderson.... Can't use my portable wand on the TM no more though for general cleaning. I'll be over 2.5 GPM through the wand .
It's going on the TM's live reel, I use 3/8" Neptune with the portable on a electric cord reel. Only wheel off what I need, it's crazy fast to set up and break down. On the TM my 14 flow wand with 130' of 1/4" is about 1.8 GPM, with 3/8" it's 2.7 GPM+ and literally drills through any amount of heat the TM has in minutes. The new heat exchanger setup we are installing will handle it if we go easy with the big flow wand.Been using 100' 3/8"continuous hose for a couple months . Took sometime to get us to it compared to the lighter and more flexible 1/4" hose . The constant heat and higher GPM has been worth it !
Damn Jim 150' ? That is a lot of hose (weight) to carry .
Now that mine's broken and it is nice and pliable super happyI used the solution line for the rest time yesterday. Besides looking better then my regular solution line it is definitely lighter in weight. I am curious to see how long the hoses' memory lasts. It is fighting me a little right now but so do all hoses when they're brand new.
I ended up not using it on my portable as planned because my TM was able to reach. I still prefer to run my TM then my portable setup even though my portable setup would of been just as powerful on that job.