In line TM and ETM filter Coming Soon

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Add a vacuum motor and it becomes a inline booster ...also :whistle: ? $300 - 400 total .
 

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No plans for a vac booster, but the dual truckside inlets can be utilized that way. It will be priced competitively with the devestator or sapphire filters that lose performance with use.
I like it and I would be interested to purchase one depending on the diameter. How big is that thing? Looks like a big standard garbage container.
 
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I’d be strongly interested. I’ve been researching which one to buy and use with my up and coming 8.4
 

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I’d be interested in one. I want two 2 inch from tank and one 2 inch to wand , maybe two 2 inch to wand for dual wanding. Looks good. Thanks
 

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Would be cool to have one port 2” and one 1 1/2” for different tools.
 

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I guess a nylon knee high on the incoming to the waste tank is too complicated
 

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It looks like the shape of container is about 15 / 18 gallons and a good, fast moving slug of water would hit the side and splash in to the intake. as the side of container is slanted and deflecting water up to the intake.

The slug happens when wand is on carpet, letting water collect in the hose and you lift the wand that would move the water at a fast pace and all together making a slug of fast moving water
 

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Use something like this with a deflector or (mount hose inlet on the side / blowing on the side to make the waist water go around) that directs water to create a cyclonic wind tunnel, causing water to ride the wind currents going around the lower bottom of container and maybe add a inside flash edge at the top... Also, container would not tip over as easy

 

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Reminds me of the tank ...similar but not the same since ours was metal...on the CA-4000 Xps ETM way back in 1972 and introduced nationally in '77.

Probably to long ago for most here to remember.
Wonder if T remembers?
 

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Panty hose inside the tank on the hose barb works, but performance degrades with use. They enlarge under a vacuum load and are one of the leading causes of foaming in the tank right at the surface of the recovered water as they start to fill. On some commercial work we couldn't clean but 1500 ft² before having to shut down the TM and change the filter socks in dual in line filters because the wand was gurgling.

Giving the debris laden water and air separate paths maintains the top performance at the wand start to finish. No other carpet cleaning filter I know of does this. This filter also picks up the recovered water from the bottom of the tank while maintaining high airflow at the top of the tank for maintaining the performance you paid for all day long. I haven't found a different acceptable way to accomplish tight filtering for an apo and lossless performance at the wand.