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Hey Chris,..what do you think of these pumps?  In your opinion what is their weakest point?  

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Thanks,

Jeff



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Raystown Roof Cleaning Central PA 1-800-236-0322 wrote:

Hey Chris,..what do you think of these pumps?  In your opinion what is their weakest point?  

CDS-John Blue DP-193-PP

 

Thanks,

Jeff


 I used them for many years Jeff, but I had a truck with a built in rinse tank to rinse them out RIGHT AWAY, after each job. The valve springs go out, but we had them made out of Hastelloy :) They spray like a male cat, unreal reach!



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Thanks Chris, I do have a built in rinse valve,..the tank was already there due to having a pressure washer. I rinse now due to having a hose reel,..the pump gets rinsed simply due to the fact that it's what pushes water through the reel. My current pump is poly so it's good to rinse anyhow.

I have a basically brand new 13HP Honda and thought about using it for another setup. I was looking for the reach and breeze fighting oomph.

Do these pumps use a by-pass,..and if so,..how well do they hold up?

Thanks,
Jeff

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Raystown Roof Cleaning Central PA 1-800-236-0322 wrote:

Thanks Chris, I do have a built in rinse valve,..the tank was already there due to having a pressure washer. I rinse now due to having a hose reel,..the pump gets rinsed simply due to the fact that it's what pushes water through the reel. My current pump is poly so it's good to rinse anyhow.

I have a basically brand new 13HP Honda and thought about using it for another setup. I was looking for the reach and breeze fighting oomph.

Do these pumps use a by-pass,..and if so,..how well do they hold up?

Thanks,
Jeff


 13hp is WAY way too much, even 5hp is a bit much.  if you miss ONE rinse, say bye bye to them, but I used one for nearly one year, but then I was working back then.

You will need a pump and a transmission, an easy 1000 bucks



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