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  1. Dammit. I'll host them on my website if Chris can edit and re-link the images. Been out of the online game for some time now after some personal and health issues.
  2. I've put a number of beginners into our Outlaw-Mini or Outlaw-Jr. Air Diaphragm pump systems starting at $399. Just add a hose, tank and a little air compressor and you are cleaning. Expandable for more output in the future just by putting on a bigger compressor and more pumps.
  3. INTRODUCING...The New Outlaw Mini. Our Version of a "Pump in a Box". We've hinted about this one for a long time and some of you have even placed orders sight unseen. We just picked up the first enclosures today, will be making some slight modifications to the design. But...I promised a lot of guys we'd have something today. So...here is the deal. A 5 Gallon Per Minute air diaphragm pump, capable of spraying nearly any chemical from hydrochloric acid to Sodium Hydroxide. Coatings, stains, acids, etc. A Pump System that can run off a $99 plug in air compressor and for those with existing air diaphragm systems, can plug right into the compressor on your truck. A System that can run as much as 200 ft of 1/2" spray hose...so YES, it CAN spray a roof. Or Fence. Or Deck, or siding. Or PAVER SEALER. Or stain. Or fungicide. Or Oxalic acid. As long as the viscosity is close to water, it will spray it. A System that has complete nozzle flexibility. Can spray a large 050 nozzle or soap nozzle for tons of volume...but can throttle back to as small as an 005 nozzle for fine mist application. No more massive overspray when doing decks or fences. YOU select the nozzle flow and pattern you need...not what works only with the pump. Can run in stall mode all day long with zero penalty. A System that is self cooled. It literally cannot overheat because compressed air is cold. A System that costs $35 to replace the diaphragms on, can be serviced in 20 minutes with a flathead and a philips screwdriver. A System that measures a mere 9 inches, by 7 inches by 6 inches...and comes with a carrying handle. A System with a replaceable pump that can be changed in 10 minutes on the job site should the need arise. A System that needs a mere 1/4" air line to run it instead of towing 1/2" spray lines across your customer's property. All of this...For one easy payment of only $399 plus shipping. Available for pre-orders now. Shipping in 3 weeks. Demo videos are coming. TO PRE-ORDER, PLEASE GO TO OUR PRE-ORDER PAGE. http://cleaningpumps.com/outlaw-mini-pre-order-form.html
  4. Then you made money. That is all that counts.
  5. I've talked a lot to customers about the advantages of being able to dual spray. Here is a perfect example of a project where this capability is ideal I booked an entire street of Townhomes. 41000 square ft of roof with the road running right down the middle. Mostly low pitch single story. And this is EXACTLY the type of project that this kind of capability will make all the difference on. I'm going to set our flatbed up with an Outlaw-D twin pump skid running twin spray hoses. We'll literally drive up the street doing the roofs on both sides simultaneously. Two crewmen on the roof. One applying SH, a second following behind rinsing. I'll hire two ground crew to ground crew and rinse down the plants/etc. A trailer will be set up behind the truck with an air transfer system to transfer SH into the onboard SH storage tank. We have a 20 GPM Udor rinse pump that can drive two hoses simultaneously that will provide the rinsing action. Doing this, I believe we can have all the roofs cleaned in a single day.
  6. The Outlaw-C has made quite a splash in the industry. At a mere 22 inches on a side, you get the reliability, material savings and flexibility of an air diaphragm pump, redundancy of having two pumps onboard, higher output and more distance than any electric 12 volt pump, an American Built compressor with a Honda Gas engine, and unparalleled technical support. All starting at $1299. Pound per pound and cubic foot per cubic foot, nothing will out clean an Outlaw-C http://cleaningpumps.com/outlaw-c.html
  7. $900 to $1100 depending on how much moss there is. $225 for safety anchors.
  8. We have likewise switched to Flexzilla and it is holding up beautifully. Starting to see fluorescent green in pictures from other contractors in the industry as well. And yes, it IS available in 3/4".
  9. I've written a ton of posts without any specific product reference. Had a LOT of guys thank me for the posts and a lot of calls and emails on plumbing, tanks setups, system builds and nearly every sticky in the Premium forum. If people object to those, then I'll ask Chris to take them down. I probably get 30-50 calls and messages a week with guys looking for help with builds. It isn't unual for me to stay up to midnight helping some guy trying to diagnose a build problem so he can be on the job site the next morning. Some end up buying from me, some build their own, some go a different route. As a vendor member, I make no bones about what I feel are the best products, but that comes from time and experience in actually running a multi truck cleaning operation and rebuilding hundreds of pumps, not to mention over 30 complete systems for different customers in 3 different countries and 5 different states. I dare say i've had more AODD pumps through my hands than anybody in the industry and have learned a thing or two about them. A lot of the things I recommend and have turned the industry on to like the Eaton Compressors and the Tsunami Water separators, neither of which I make one red cent on. I don't make a dime on the sealed tank system design that is helping guys avoid the corrosion issues that have plagued the industry for years. I've also helped countless guys diagnose 12 volt issues, plumbing issues, air issues, hose issues, reel issues. Ive put probably thousands of hours into helping people with builds. A lot of those hours don't result in sales, but I actually enjoy it. If it isn't appreciated or wanted, so be it. I'll delete the stickied articles you find offensive. Chris will inform me it is time to fuck off. I've got better things to do than to get into a pissing contest here.
  10. Seriously? It does VERTICAL LIFTS to 10 stories with a 20 CFM compressor. And I'll put it up again a 1050 with a 20 CFM compressor any day of the week. Bring it. If you have a personal issue with me, take it private.
  11. If you bothered to READ the website, I never claim the Price will SHOOT 10 stories. No 1" pump will do that. What I say is that it will LIFT FLUID 10 Stories and it will do so with far less CFM than most other competing pumps. It is an alternative to our Flojet pumps which are great, but are limited in head pressure capability. Think that doesn't make any difference? My client who just cleaned a 10 story hospital in Kentucky and my client who cleans 15-20 story buildings in Vancouver will tend to disagree. The Price is more efficient with a low air supply than any other pump I've used and tested and the statement on the Husky 1050 comes from experience with that pump. It it not that it is a bad pump, it is just a pump that requires a lot of air to really wake up. That is real world experience. We tried it. On our truck and in our test rig and then and there decided it wasn't our favorite pump because it needed more air supply than most people had. Sold it to a guy who had a 30 CFM comp and he is perfectly happy with it. I've actually used them ALL on rigs. I've sprayed with the Husky (1040, 1050), ARO (Pro and Expert series), Wilden, Versamatic, Sandpiper, Yamada and Price. I consider the ARO to be a better pump than the Husky any day of the week, and the Price is beyond that in terms of build quality, longevity and efficiency.
  12. Listen to your Son! Come to the Dark Side. Here is your answer...one pull and you are spraying. More distance, but capable of FAR less flow (want to put a 1/2 PM mist nozzle on it? no problem!). No batteries. Just add fuel from time to time (it sips fuel) and change the oil occasionally. Outlaw-C. World's smallest Gas Powered Air Diaphragm Pump system. 10 GPM, dual pump system. Honda Engine. American Built. 22" cube. I have one guy in FL hitting 60 ft with his. YMMV. Outlaw-C Pump System.
  13. The 3/4" pump is off the menu for the time being. I noticed some discrepancies in the specs and contacted them. They discovered I was right and the specification are NOT conrrect. I had a meeting with the VP of Price last week and he apologizes. They completely missed the errors over the last decade and if you look at their website, the pump specs are currently not there as they re-test. So...for anybody looking at a 3/4" Price, I can currently sell the 1" Price in Poly for the SAME COST. And yes, the specs on that pump ARE correct. This is a smoking deal. They also said you cannot stall their pumps. A 1" Pump with a 2.5 CFM air compressor will prove that this coming week.
  14. Try a shooter nozzle. That will give you a more laminar flow and will get you more distance. Honestly, you may get 50 ft out of an electric, but it won't be very effective at that distance. Thing is, your 1" pump isn't very efficient. So the amount of output it has is going to be limited by the CFM you purchased. That is endemic to that particular pump. If you had bought a Price Pump, you would be getting more distance, but the cost is higher. That being said, as compared to 12V, the reliability is off the chart better. Plus...try putting a fine mist nozzle on there and pumping...you can't do that with an electric. You can spray with an 010 or 020 nozzle, saving material and reducing run off. Once you run Air for a while, you'll never go back. As for the Eaton, I probably have 40 of them out in the field that I've recommended to guys and literally have had zero problems with the ones I run and have installed. I had one guy with a defective head and he had a new one from Eaton the next morning. You can always call Matt Cain, the president if you are having issues and my experience is that the few times there were issues, they had solutions nearly immediately. Try that with any other compressor company. Also, I'm assuming you are running a water Separator system.
  15. You'll see it as soon as UPS delivers Gorilla Reel's new Fat Gorilla model made in response to needing bigger reels for bigger/longer hoses. I should have the first two off the production line next week.
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