If it's 220 psi and 2-2stage vacs, it's the same as any other standard porty. Anemic and labor intensive. The 220 psi diaphragm pumps only give you that pressure on a 1 or maybe 2 flow wand. On a 3 flow, it drops to 150 psi. The 2-2 stage vac motors are capable of a 25 foot run of 1.5 inch hose. Barely. I do believe mosquito makes a high performance unit. Haven't heard anything bad about it, yet.who knows anything about Mosquito portys?
in particular the 220psi dual 2 stage vac
yep...500psi /dual 3 stageI do believe mosquito makes a high performance unit.
Look up vanmar equipment in Seattle. They sell a modern version of a rug doctor complete with a 16 inch swing brush. Not like any rug doctor you have ever seen. 8-10 gallon machine. I am considering one.yep...500psi /dual 3 stage
but I don't want a hundred and fifty pound porty..period
anything over 220 psi, comes with a bigazz heavy electric motor to drive 500psi pump
I don't need that anyway
I can kick 92.78% of CC'ers' azz with a damn rotary and Rug Doctor ...fo-reel
I want it for my own home and a handful of jobs a year
and I don't want to spend more than $2000
give me some recommendations
any vendors feel free PM me if have something close
You'll get style points and extra consideration if you're an advertiser here .
But not required as far as I'm concerned and any well formulated offer is welcome
just the squirt box
no tools or hoses needed
shipping to 44412
I can dig it KennyDepends on what you’re using it for. I make money with em nearly daily.
If you know what you're doing with it, you'll love it. If it's a pita, you'll hate it. $800 day today, $400 from my portable.
MeAthed is going to buy a Mytee..
Yep, he is as stupid as he looks.
They are odd 80% ers. Get most of it right only to have hiccups.I don't think Steve's on the truck much, Ron
He sends out crews .
Their production rates would go out the window compared to his Butlers
Single man owner/Ops like you can better afford to be less productive when need be
It's not like I'm buying a new one
It looks like new though (from the pics I've seen) appx 8 hours on it, never used commercially and only on his own home (according to seller)
for the low, low price of half of what he paid 4 years ago when he bought it new
I'll look at it Saturday.
If switches aren't cooked, or evidence of freeze apparent ...almost a sure thing I'll buy it
I should have bought one instead of the Ninja Warrior 1200. Wish I could get the Chinese one that is a clone of the old Vibra Vac Portable. I made a ton of money with that thing.It's a power wand. You can use an ordinary wand as well. The power wand really tears through tough soil. I use to have the older version and even then I was impressed with how well it worked. The old ones were chrome plated and used to rust. The new ones are stainless steel and you have a choice of what size extractor you want. 2-3 stage vacs