Where do you put the massive generator needed?Each vac could be 12 hp and have more CFM our industry electric vacs--- SO might be a decent inexpensive ETM-- may be better than a Bane ETM?
Just hook them up to an industry waste tank and hide them behind a fake control panel.
I have a 30amp dryer outlet adaptor. I'd use the customer's hot water by connecting to the water heater drain bibb.Not enough easily accessible power there.
ok-- that covers one Ridgid vac. The biggest ones are 12hp each.
You can get 1.5 HP on a 120 volt 15 amp circuit max.
except they aren't
again you can't generate 12hp from a 120v outlet...not even close
most claim "5-6 hp" which is also BS.....over double what you would expect with 100% efficiency (continuous)
"**"Peak Horsepower" (PHP) is a term used in the wet-dry vacuum industry for consumer comparison purposes. It does not denote the operational horsepower of a wet-dry vacuum but rather the horsepower output of a motor, including the motor’s inertial contribution, achieved in laboratory testing. In actual use, Shop-Vac motors do not operate at the peak horsepower shown."
Looks like a savvy homeowner. He overcame a challenge and found the tool to "solve" it.
Good call, definitely savvy. That homeowner actually sold to who I was cleaning for. The lot is Bayfront, and they are knocking down that house. The $1400 carpet cleaning job was they just wanted to get by for one summer, to knock down after summer. Plus there are 4 empty lots approaching this house. Long story short, the owner that sold, who had that setup, is richer than I will ever be. The lot alone is over $1.5 million. Each lot approaching is well over $1 million each. And this is very conservative, the prices may be way higher now.Looks like a savvy homeowner. He overcame a challenge and found the tool to "solve" it.
But does he know that thing needs to emptied?
That device is a lint trap. It's used when installing ducting to the outside is either too involved or not allowed by the landlord.
Maybe they rent?