Waste tank size.

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  1. carpetcleaner
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    Fox TMs by Organic Cleaning Compounds don't really have waste tanks, just a mechanical pump out. In AZ, as long as you filter the water it can be pumped out to flat ground - no washes or rivers.
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  2. roro
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    Pretty close to it - ours were built by Duane Oxley - about 10 gal waste tank with continuous discharge -belt driven pedestal trash pump.
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  3. steve_64
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    So size doesn't matter? Who knew.
  4. sOOper hero
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    most anyone with a clue could determine for themselves

    if you have a 60, 75, 100+ gal waste tank, tell me if you can tell any practical difference from an empty tank at start up to a near full one at end of job
    I can't with a 110 gal tank, 45 blower @ 3200 rpm/14" lift

    it ain't rocket science to determine this stuff for yourself , kiddies

    ..L.T.A.
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  5. Ron K
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    Could you post a picture? Or contact info. Oops saw the "were"...Larrry C.???
  6. Cleanworks
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    The Big Red I used to work with had about 12 gallon waste tank with a Jabsco transfer pump. #5 blower could suck your underwear off through your pants.
  7. dealtimeman
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    Yes it matters can most tell the difference , no.

    I believe Vacuum, is as we are discussing here can be seen or viewed as momentary yet constant stored energy Potential as long as the machine is running,

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