I love details - perhaps too much. So heed a warning from someone who goes down the rabbit hole a bit more often than she should - at the end of the day, what matters is whether your watch tells you the right time. Now how it was made.I'm about to buy a new TM, but this lift thing has me all discombobulated. I was all set on the 570.
I am also too indecisive and researchy.
As I was driving there last week I was mulling over the guys who prefer a higher CFM equation. So when I got there I asked could we install a direct high CFM port. They said good idea so we did. Let me tell you what, that port at the top right sucks like an inverted hurricane. It’s actually scary.Its easy to get that way @Chris K , like mama fen said lift and cfm compliment each other its about finding the sweet spot highest lift without cfms suffering it takes both to get water out of the carpet. If i can remember correctly a roots spec chart at one time put it between 12 and 14 hg. However if you could pull 20hg and still have sufficient cfms to evacuate the water i cant help but feel that would be something to contended with.
What makes you think they haven't figured it out and have simply gone with the best all-round solution they could think of? I ask not from a stance of challenging you, but from genuine curiosity - specifically, what about their units seems 'not figured out'?Again, I feel like HM and LB would have figured out the lift thing if it was a thing.
If they could market a machine that claimed 1-2 hour dry times, they'd figure it out.
Most don’t know why they work so well their just glad that they do.The thing about the Steam Action machines is that I read about owners loving their build quality and and service. I never read about how much they like the extra lift. I never see it mentioned in older posts.
I must've worded it wrong.What makes you think they haven't figured it out and have simply gone with the best all-round solution they could think of? I ask not from a stance of challenging you, but from genuine curiosity - specifically, what about their units seems 'not figured out'?