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Jim Ellis

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Apr 1, 2013
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AT THE MACHINE
310-320 CFM
175-185 inches of lift.
500 psi pump
2ht Little Giant
Three 15 amp circuits required.
Good for up to 150ft in most cases IMO .
Downline 15 amp booster. Single Domel 130 CFM/130 Lift if needed ; basements with a run over 100 ft.
Hate having to use fourth circuit !
Nice. With my config - 2 6.6 in series - parallel with 2 3 stage low amp in series I should pull about 300 cfm and 210" of lift which is good enough considering it will only consume about 6100 watts. I'm having Cobb put together a pair of 6.6 mounted motors on a plate in series which I will have sitting directly behind an Air Hog 7300-S which will be parallel with the 6.6 motors.
 
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Jim Ellis

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Apr 1, 2013
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Tuscaloosa, Alabama
www.instantsteamclean.com
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Jim Ellis
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United States
Just ordered 2 6.6 motors and a pumptec 500 psi pump from Cobb - the Pumptec was ordered to reduce the power consumption from about 9.5 amps to 3 to allow me to replace on of my Air Hogs (the one pulling in the back) with more powerful 6.6 motors that use more watts also - I'm only using my Panthers to do tile so I don't need 1000 psi on this unit. I don't have enough power to safely run 6 motors so I'm replacing one of the hogs - keeps my power to about 6500 watts out of 8000 running watts - a pretty safe ratio. This should boost my cfm to about 300 with about 215" of lift give or take. Next I'll be ordering a hx from Cobb to hook up to the generator exhaust eliminating the need for the 3600 watt inline heater that I hook into the customers power currently.
 
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