Jealous of the exhaust temps on those 3 motors though... I'd get another 5° to my incoming temperature with a 3rd motor.
Two of those vac motors would be fine for what you're trying to accomplishkeep an eye on amp draw unless you're planning on running a generator toSure with I could talk to him on here. I'm dead set on building this thing. I bought 2 of them with 2 little giant water heaters as well. I'm pretty set I believe in putting 3 new rotovac motors in to replace the 3 old 2 stage vacs it came with. I purchased a new water otter that should couple nicely with it all once its finished. Just wanting to run 100 -125 ft of vac hose and get great drying times...doing 4-5 jobs a day 6-7 days a week is old loading up to the house to use 50 footers...hoping this changes soon...
Yeah I have to agree ametek is sneakyThe standard two stage got a slight lift boost lately ... 144" which is quite good , its now 660 airwatts ( the 230v is 700airwatts !) but as u see max airflow is 136cfm .
Do rotovac have one that makes their claimed 167cfm ? have they hell ... thats a figure only one stage vac can do imo .
if I hove a vac motor that is rated at 14 amps....Yeah I have to agree ametek is sneaky
Say move parts from here to there and vice versa put a plastic shroud on that one in a metal shroud on that one and call it this that and the other thing
But I have confirmed from a very credible source did they do put out a 167 cfm's
Well it depends on the type of generator lolif I hove a vac motor that is rated at 14 amps....
and my generator only produces 13.3 amps.....
will the vac motor completely shut down or will it run and just be underpowered??????
whats the amp rating on the vac motors????Quick question...I've got this 205v pumptec installed and bolted down completely. I'm curious can I safely wire this with one of the 6.6 zx vacs on 1 cord ? Or do they have to be separate to keep from tripping a breaker