Discussion in 'The Hardware' started by gorconjack, Sep 18, 2017.
You won't get extra suction. You will get more airflow.
We have that same (pronounced) E.D.I.C or Ed-ick, not eeedick)...
Have you used it with your Dev wand yet?
What's with the female QC in the right side?
What do you have in the gun safe?
Why the shirt change mid video?
Where do you keep the piss chems if not your garage?
Who thinks you are the bigger nut job, the dog or the wife?
I’m drinking my Red Stag mixed with Dr. Thunder (knock off WalMart Dr. Pepper). There is no way I'm answering any questions.
The QD on the side is an auto fill i made so i can use it on larger porty jobs. I used a swamp cooler float system for the filler upper thing. I also made an APO system for it. I like my Edic
I thought Red Stag was R.T.D?
Just giving ya sass, I'll throw all sorts in my presprays not much in my booze
RTD? Ready to drink.
That little guy will work and work and work and work.
I'm confused ?
Suction is measured in water lift or inches of lift mercury(hg). Airflow is measured in CFM. You need a balance between the 2. Increasing the diameter of your hose will increase the CFM but may decrease the water lift depending on the size of your vacuum motors or blower. You don't want your auction to go below 10 inches hg or roughly 135 inches water lift. Any increase to your airflow (CFM) without dropping your suction too much will allow longer hose runs and will leave carpets drier. Which is why truck mount guys run 2.5 inch hose or four to the door for the first 50-100 feet on large jobs