Can any of you Pro Chem Everest HP 650 owners chip in and tell me what you think of your machine? I'm thinking about getting one, and would like to get as much inout as I can before I pull the trigger on a $35,000 TM.
Call Kim the regional manager of Interlink. I have his personal # if you need it . You can ask about the summer sale , that's what I got . Saved 6k and got a lot of extra perks . 2 yr warranty on everything no matter of what . Free oil changes for 2 yrs too .
Johnny i have had mine for a year now,not one issue.Its powerful,heaps of heat and vacuum and reliable.Prior to the Everest i had an SS570 which gave me headaches,should have just gone straight to the Everest.It was a major decision as i was the first in New Zealand to purchase an Everest at a cost of 53K however im glad i made the decision its a great unit.
I have one with 2300hrs. It’s been great with no real issues. It makes tons and tons of heat and the vacuum is amazing. If I were to buy another one I wouldn’t get high pressure or e-idle. I would get Everest 650. E-idle is finicky and I never use high pressure so I would save the cash. Hope this helps It’s scary to spend that kinda money but you’ll be glad you did.
Oh I have had to change two pressure hoses and they are a pain to get to.
It is a higher maintenance machine, blower belts need to be changed every 600 hours. Tends to leak oil but not a major issue.
As others said, major heat and suction. Also the high pressure option is nice but you can do just fine on tile without it as it will still put out 1,200 psi but the heat will drop off and flow is lower.
MEDINA, Ohio, Jan. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- RPM International Inc. (NYSE: RPM) today announced that it has acquired two businesses, a manufacturer of commercial floor cleaning equipment and chemicals, and a manufacturer of specialty chemical raw materials. The companies have combined annual net sales of approximately $42 million. Terms of the transactions, which are expected to be accretive to earnings within one year, were not disclosed.
RPM's Legend Brands business has acquired the Prochem business from the Kärcher North America Company, Inc. Prochem is a manufacturer of professional equipment and chemicals for cleaning and restoring carpet, upholstery and hard flooring surfaces. Based in Chandler, Arizona, Prochem has annual net sales of approximately $22 million.
I never said that Prochem isn't owned by Legend Brands. It was the
"it will be a mix of prochem/sapphire technology." statement that is inaccurate.
The Prochem Everest is being manufactured by Karcher, so no, Legend Brands engineers have not changed the Everest.
Feel free to call me if you would like to discuss further.