I did. Biggest problem I have is I am buried in work and projects. I know it’s a good problem to have but man I’m getting old.Nice work Rob! Did you ever look at the video I sent to you about the van curtain? I need one for my new van, are you going to make these available? Starting to go look at a marine upholster.
That is quite accurate Randy... with the black tip at low pressure (150 keyed). With 22 oz of concentrate I can cover 500-700ft² thoroughly at ⅝ GPM through the hydroforce. With no tip at this pressure a hydroforce sucks it in like an 18 wheeler!Excellent video and wandwizard approved. I knew all those hours I spent obsessing over my Hydroforce would come in handy some day! I found one detail that might be of help to some thanks to a question by someone on Youtube about using it with machines with lower psi. IMHO as long as you're working between a close range like 300 to 500 psi I wouldn't worry about it although it does slightly alter your dilution. Higher than 400 psi weakens dilution and lower than 400 psi strengthens the mix a bit. Yes, I actually tested this out.
Hydroforce does recommend getting the metering tip kit if you use an extractor with 50, 100, 150, 200 psi etc. For example, if you use a 100 psi extractor simply leave the standard yellow tip in and you will get 1:4 using whatever chem you're using according to directions. A 200 psi extractor needs the black tip so you need to purchase the metering kit to get it right. This pdf has a useful chart if anyone cares to be more exact at lower pressures.