The NEW Everest 870 reveal

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870everest

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I'm so happy my 870 is paid off. But that newer E870 sure looks Purdy.
This is the e870 approximately 100 hours after 1 large residential job. Approximately 4 hours run time.——— stickers are falling off...
Not as pretty anymore!!

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Looks like you sprayed grease eraser on your radiator but why don't you show a photo of your machine today, how it currently looks.......
 

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I haven’t read this thread all the ay through so I apologize if its been said, but what is the max CFM on that blower?

Legend specs seem to say it spins at 3580rpm and max lift is set at 13"



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The Everest HP produced 650 CFM, the sapphire 870 ss claims 770 CFM, this new one seems to be around 600 CFM. Single wanding, you'll never notice the difference. Dual wanding, maybe. If the machine is not performing, there's probably something wrong with. You need to see your service provider.
 
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The Everest HP produced 650 CFM, the sapphire 870 ss claims 770 CFM,
from what I see online
410? on Everest 650 (3125rpm 13")
410 on 870ss (3600rpm 14")

for comparison

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*plumbing/design/etc makes a huge difference so we are just comparing what the blowers are capable of.....not the units themselves
 
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from what I see online
410? on Everest 650
410 on 870ss (3600rpm 14")

for comparison

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*plumbing/design/etc makes a huge difference so we are just comparing what the blowers are capable of.....not the units themselves
I was going by the manufacturers claims by a distributor. I think it was sunbelt maybe. I could be wrong.
 

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Looks like you sprayed grease eraser on your radiator but why don't you show a photo of your machine today, how it currently looks.......
Changed my profile pic. Let me know if it’s too much. I can change it.
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Just checked, it was sunbelt USA. They say the tl650 blower creates a "staggering" 650 CFM.
Just checked, it was sunbelt USA. They say the tl650 blower creates a "staggering" 650 CFM.
afaik the "tl650" is actually a GD tl410

I didn't find anything that stated the blower rpm and lift settings on an Everest 650 with a quick search


edit: from the manual it looks like 3125rpm and 13"
 
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I was having problems with the suction on my 650 at the beginning also. I learned that 13hg isn't enough. When I hooked up over 150ft of hose that vac relief valve automatically opens up, killing suction. I bumped it up to 14.5hg and it holds strong and my dry times are awesome now

I'll never understand why they set it so low. Some other manufacturers are worse at setting their blowers at 12hg. Do they want negative reviews on their truckmounts? There's tons of dudes out there that have no idea at how to set it and their dry times are terrible.
 

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I was having problems with the suction on my 650 at the beginning also. I learned that 13hg isn't enough. When I hooked up over 150ft of hose that vac relief valve automatically opens up, killing suction. I bumped it up to 14.5hg and it holds strong and my dry times are awesome now

I'll never understand why they set it so low. Some other manufacturers are worse at setting their blowers at 12hg. Do they want negative reviews on their truckmounts? There's tons of dudes out there that have no idea at how to set it and their dry times are terrible.
Yup. Same here. Mine was opening at 12 when i got it. Bumped it to 15. No issues.
 

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Yup. Same here. Mine was opening at 12 when i got it. Bumped it to 15. No issues.
We purchased recently the 870 Everest have 75 hours on it 3 weeks time heat impressive vacuum not so much feel like it justs needs some more adjustment as well.
 
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I was having problems with the suction on my 650 at the beginning also. I learned that 13hg isn't enough. When I hooked up over 150ft of hose that vac relief valve automatically opens up, killing suction. I bumped it up to 14.5hg and it holds strong and my dry times are awesome now

I'll never understand why they set it so low. Some other manufacturers are worse at setting their blowers at 12hg. Do they want negative reviews on their truckmounts? There's tons of dudes out there that have no idea at how to set it and their dry times are terrible.
Yes I just changed it.
Had a lot more suction.. thank you.. the commercial job I had tonight went a lot smoother..
When I get a few seals fixed it might even be a little better..
 
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Does Aero tech (a dual wand machine) set theirs at 12hg from the factory? Hmm, that’s strange.
 

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