Recoil Cleaning Video

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Sorry about the jerkyness of the video; trying to clean and video too!! Tech was out for the day :eek: !!

preinspection;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvEqdsXRSEU

Prescrubbing;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QC5TGF5hdxY

prescrub inspection;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2oYBMSUfJE

Post Scrub Recoil Cleaning

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdsFf1ifjPo

Post Cleaning Recoil;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WygTR3idUu4

Post Cleaning Recoil 2;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Drn3Aeb5qE

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Hey Rickie nice job looks that recoil its a great machine i.m looking for buy new portables my question is you have a good dry times with
the recoil and also the inline heather what is the temp at the wand thanks
 

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Hey Rickie nice job looks that recoil its a great machine i.m looking for buy new portables my question is you have a good dry times with
the recoil and also the inline heather what is the temp at the wand thanks
Not sure about the temp; however i do run electric with a bucket heater in the tank and an inline as seen in the video. But it is good and hot I would say 170 to 190 give or take a few degrees. But you must realize using an electric you have to be a little less key happy. I have a problem with the heater bypassing Gonna get a prochem electric when funds are available. I do pretreat/spot, sprescub a little more than my gas burner techs. But its the nature of the machine. Now if I were using propane/kero that air conditioned room would have looked like a sauna and the price of cleaning 3 times what that contract price pays.
 

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Why not buy a powerwand you can eliminate the per scubb.
 

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Not sure about the temp; however i do run electric with a bucket heater in the tank and an inline as seen in the video. But it is good and hot I would say 170 to 190 give or take a few degrees. But you must realize using an electric you have to be a little less key happy. I have a problem with the heater bypassing Gonna get a prochem electric when funds are available. I do pretreat/spot, sprescub a little more than my gas burner techs. But its the nature of the machine. Now if I were using propane/kero that air conditioned room would have looked like a sauna and the price of cleaning 3 times what that contract price pays.
Thanks for the vids Ricky...

Question about your little Mytee heater, you said you don't like the thermal by pass? Why not just cap it off like every other manufacture?
 

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Thanks for the vids Ricky...

Question about your little Mytee heater, you said you don't like the thermal by pass? Why not just cap it off like every other manufacture?
I am not sure the heater area can take pressure; I run my Recoil at 600 psi; when I had pump repacked tech did a few small mods and it kicks it. The 205v pump is actually a 800 psi pump. But that is an idea I may just take a chance on.
 

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A job well done!.. I'm pretty much already sold on the Recoil and very close to buying one but if you ever get the urge to make another video i'd be very interested in seeing more of the set-up and break-down process..

Thanks for the vids.
 

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Does the Koblenz scrub as well as a 175rpm buffer? Looks like a lighter alternative to using a buffer. Can it also scrub grout?
 

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That is the same Koblenz I use for the lighter scrubbing, except I don't have the tank. Really good little tool if you ask me! Do you use the white brushes Rickie? I use the brown brush for scrubbing tile and grout and it does a great job!
 

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Does the Koblenz scrub as well as a 175rpm buffer? Looks like a lighter alternative to using a buffer. Can it also scrub grout?
LOL!! Ya it does exactly that. Just a light alternative to a 175. If you have a rat nasty berber you probably want a 175 to scrub, then post bonnet with. The Koblenz is awesome and they are only about $200 around here.
 

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I am not sure the heater area can take pressure; I run my Recoil at 600 psi; when I had pump repacked tech did a few small mods and it kicks it. The 205v pump is actually a 800 psi pump. But that is an idea I may just take a chance on.
I just pick up a used 2400 watt hot box, and the by pass is already getting on my nerves. I don't see why it would be an issue. Every other company use their heater packs without a by pass. Plus, I looked at all the components inside and from what I can tell it's all rated to 1200 PSI.
 

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