Mytee air hog vac booster 7303

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One day you’ll see electric CARS on the road...what will we all do with our muscle cars, will there still be men left to drive them we’re doomed
 
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Sure hydra master X drive is pretty cool... when all the TMs are going that direction so will we.

but until then.. Im burning Gas u fckn hippies
Wow that's another complicated machine. I hate the idea of involving the vehicles engine in the cleaning process. A mechanic told me that these auto engines hate to be run at constant speed and they will fail faster if made to do so. If I have to power an ETM with a generator, I would get one of these and directly plumb it to the vehicle's fuel tank.


When I worked on the LTD3 to change its water pump and add 3rd cord for the heater, it was a simple process and I didn't even have my hands dirty. I was able to do it inside the house and the wife didn't complain because there's no oil and grease spilling. Today is change oil and cleaning day for my Legend and air compressor and I will be wearing a disposable cover-all and gloves.
 

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for history buffs:
electric cars were inventing...1830s...almost 200 years ago....
\most cars up until 1900 were electric......
thomas eddison improved the electric car to run
about 100 miles on a battery charge....

today after nearly 200 years and massive technological improvement...going to the moon....
most electric cars will get around 100 miles per charge.....

same with electric vacuums very little changes in the last 50 years.........
reasons are obvious limitations with 15 amp circuits......
 
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Sure hydra master X drive is pretty cool... when all the TMs are going that direction so will we.

but until then.. Im burning Gas u fckn hippies
Lol your the one who's still crying to see president trumps tax returns....
LMAO!!!!!
 

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for history buffs:
electric cars were inventing...1830s...almost 200 years ago....
\most cars up until 1900 were electric......
thomas eddison improved the electric car to run
about 100 miles on a battery charge....

today after nearly 200 years and massive technological improvement...going to the moon....
most electric cars will get around 100 miles per charge.....

same with electric vacuums very little changes in the last 50 years.........
reasons are obvious limitations with 15 amp circuits......
These 8.4 on the jag and 6.6 on the mytee will almost utilize all the juice of a 15 amp line. How much power do you think will be needed for the vacuum to do a good job? Would you think two 20 amp lines or a total of 40 amps just for the vacuum?
 

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All I am saying is nothing is new under the sun....
Inventors have been trying to squeeze more power out of electricity for 200 years...with very little change...

These inventors had more trial and error than anyone in our industry...
Read Thomas Edison biography....

Since those days very little has changed...
These old guys knew their stuff and time has proven them correct....

Same with portables....
Same power in a 120 volt socket.....

The most powerful electric portable is made by steambrite....
Goliath.......has 4 -3 stage vacs
Runs on a generator.......
Still only gets 250 cfm.....
50 less than a 36 blower....

Most entry level TM are 36 blowers....
 
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These 8.4 on the jag and 6.6 on the mytee will almost utilize all the juice of a 15 amp line. How much power do you think will be needed for the vacuum to do a good job? Would you think two 20 amp lines or a total of 40 amps just for the vacuum?
You will need 4- 120 volt circuits or
2 - 240 volt circuits
To get 250cfm

And still be less than a entry level 36 blower tm.......

This isn't an estimation or opinion...
Steambrite has this very machine run on 4. Circuits
 
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Thanks for the reply. I used my 1/2hp pumptec a few days ago to clean my truck and the flow and pressure at 400 psi is amazing. How is the jaguar in terms of vacuum using the zipper?
The set up I envision will be tankless. No fresh water and waste tank. Just the etm, smallest electric vacuum reel good for 130 ft, solution hose reels, 3 retractable cord reels. The amp required will all be less than 15 amp so popping circuits there. Btw, here’s a picture of my truckmount.
I also have the 1/2hp 207V/160. At 400 psi guessing your using a 4 flow wand. Open Flow @1.1 GPM.

If those are DEDICATED circuits you should have no problem.

The smaller Zipper has 5 jets . I use 5 1.5 T jets . More flush than Pressure so agitation is required in my experience.
Also an Exhaust booster , 3HT Little giant heater and 1K worth of air movers to have the fastest drying ETM in the county LOL. VLM dont have shit on me , and neither do many TMs!!
Some of the TM owners on TMF could help you boost the performance of that TM @Todd the Cleaner .
You could have best of both worlds.
Many of us started in the back of a pick up or a station wagon don't be embarrassed to show what you have .
A picture tells a thousand words .


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You will need 4- 120 volt circuits or
2 - 240 volt circuits
To get 250cfm

And still be less than a entry level 36 blower tm.......

This isn't an estimation or opinion...
Steambrite has this very machine run on 4. Circuits
You're incorrect 2 8.4 in parallel is produced 280 cfm's at 10 Hg
You can configure 3 8.4 s
1 in series 2 in parallel have 300 cfm's at 16 Hg
And you only need 2 120 circuits
That is better than a 33

I remember when your typical extractor barely made a hundred inch of water left
 
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This is Donald's goliath
Says it's the most powerful electric portable
4 cord...4-6.6 vac motors
250 cfm
?????? On lift
Pos is what it is. No one should buy that.
 

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I will wheel my portable into a million dollar home and clean carpet and upholstery, while my brother as at the other end of the house cleaning with the TM. I don't bat an eye and neither do my customers and we can crush big jobs quick.

Buy and use equipment that serves you and your jobs best. Be professional, look professional, have a clean good looking vehicle, keep a well stocked truck, do an amazing job and make it look easy. I'm a tiny bit slower setting up maybe a few minutes (not enough to worry about) with the portable inside, but just as quick cleaning with identical results. People love when you can do a wonderful job quickly these days, they don't really want you there all day they got things to do too.
 

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This is Donald's goliath
Says it's the most powerful electric portable
4 cord...4-6.6 vac motors
250 cfm
?????? On lift
It produces 15 hg lift

It uses the older vacuum motors set the Jag used to use
 

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So when you say 280cfm on the dual 8.4s
Obviously you are sacrificing lift
That reads 10" mercury??

How will that work with a 8-10 flow wand...????
I am guessing after 75' you will lose major lift and dry times