Portable Vacuum Motors Testing with Video.

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This one is lol too.

When they said that about the one I have, I proved them wrong over 9 years ago.
I have the intake and a 90 degree deflector boot that points down. no vortex at all.
They show no vortex in any images or demos. Just the buzz words.

Makes one wonder how they can keep marketing false claims.
And like you said, the demo in the top video is rigged beyond reason.


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This one with 4 vacs gets 340 inch's of water lift. Does not say how much CFM. Does not say water flow at 500 psi.
with 2 electric heaters, a 500 psi pump and 4 vacs.

Oh and the guy cleaning carpet in this video would not last a year with out major back problems. he leans over the wand.

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wow cant believe it....lol
the portable guys are starting to act like the TM manufacturers.....

i will say this you portable guys keep these manufacturers in line.......

wish it was like that with these TM specs.....

Read the TM specs....
UP TO ....400-500-600....cfm..notice they say "UP TO"....

but when you look inside the TM most of the BIG 3 run there blowers at around 70% rpm vacuum.....
i believe it is sad when you pay 30k for a TM and only get 70% of vacuum capacity......

just saying in reality you are not getting a 47 blower or a 56 blower...but you have to subtract about 1 blower size.....
 
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Guinea pig is the right term? I'm in the same situation with a Bonzer. I had to make some mods already. I can share more info, but it wouldn't be about
" Vortex " anymore. Good luck
P.S. No matter who's manufacturer, you shouldn't be first in the line. Great example is CT 4.
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Guinea pig is the right term? I'm in the same situation with a Bonzer. I had to make some mods already. I can share more info, but it wouldn't be about
" Vortex " anymore. Good luck
P.S. No matter who's manufacturer, you shouldn't be first in the line. Great example is CT 4.
No matter who builds it someone would have to be first to use it. If you are first the more important issue is, is the company reputable enough so that they stand behind the product and support the purchaser.
 
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