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  1. Any respirator with an OV cartridge. Personally I go full face and wouldn't use anything but. Get a north silicone full face...it's money well spent.
  2. Thanks everybody!!!! The genny will go onto an 18hp vanguard running a TS2021, dual belts. So is it safe to assume that adding a 2500 watt generator (losing approx 5hp) will bring my pump gpm down around 4gpm???? I'm going to check into the shaft length to obtain appropriate pulley and belt. I have a fabricator who can make me a mount.....he's currently outfitting a 2002 ex-police paddy wagon for me right now which this machine will eventually go in. I'm pretty stoked to get this rig on the road!
  3. Hi everyone, I have the following pressure washer: http://www.powerwash.com/commerical-and-residential-power-washers-and-pressure-washers/gas-powered-hot-water-and-cold-water-pressure-washers/26-rk-43-hot-high-pressure-power-washer.html........albeit 4 years old. I am wanting to add a 2500 watt generator to this set up to have power in my rig. Has anyone ever done this before that could give me some tips on what it would ultimately entail? Any help is much appreciated! Cheers
  4. Get a magnetic scraper. Scrape everything you can reach. Power chemical wash to bare metal. Give client pictures and offer solutions for the areas you couldn't reach (cutting panels usually to scrape buildup left by previous contractor). Do a few jobs and figure out what pricing level is comforable for you.
  5. Pressure Washing in the Winter

    You got it; compressed air. It will blow enough out to prevent damage to equipment. Only goes below 0 couple days a year here but before I hit higher elevation jobs I will clear my lines/equipment with compressed air. Before I fire it up I will run hot water from the source for a couple minutes or cold for an extended period of time to rid the frozen water that wasn't blown out (minimal). I unload to the ground though and have had issues with ice post service............the cost of salt I am thinking may warrant unloading to a tank. Then I might go antifreeze but prob not.
  6. I encourage my customers to be onsite for the first clean. Often they never see what we do. If they drop me usually they will stick around for the next guy. When they see the difference they call......and pay again for corrections. If they don't call they are not worth the time.
  7. websites ?

    Joined "Grease Police" few years back and had full access. Now it's unavailable. Whatever...........I don't post much, but yo.........if you wanna pick and choose who you allow on a forum (short of inappropriate behavior) your not worth my time.
  8. What do people think about UV systems based on experience.
  9. Anyone ever used one of these?

    I used a compressor with a chisel on a chophouse here. Then I saw these. My compressor was too small as we'd have to wait every 30 seconds to get pressure. It got rid of some rock hard buildup with time though! Kyle, what kind of life do you get out of those....can you grind them to sharpen?
  10. Anyone ever used one of these.....if so how did it work? Amazon.com: Milwaukee Accessory 49005456 3'' Reciprocating Saw Scraper Blade: Home Improvement
  11. Panel installs

    Say you have a long hood with two short ducts leading up to a longer horizontal duct. I call this horizontal the plenum. Is my terminology off??.....if so oops! Ya, I've never came across a production level that I have had to scrape after the 1st either.
  12. Panel installs

    It was an Asian job that was neglected for years. The close spacing allows me to scrape asian grease properly with ease; correction......it's "easier" I notice on here that everyone hates asian jobs (and I understand why.) Living in a predominately asian suburb of Vancouver I run into many many sites that are just a real mess. I just started putting my panels closer together in order to make the job easier. Closer panel spacing has made my disdain for such sites go away. I really don't mind them at all. Ya the first run at them are brutal to get done right, but sometimes I prefer spending a couple nights at a single site instead of running all over town. Was just curious as to whether many others just up the panel count to make initial cleans easier.
  13. Steam generator/cleaner

    That system is dry steam ya? It will work wonders on fryers and other equipment. Anything black and carbonized it won't touch. I run dry steam and use it on equipment, the top of hoods, walls, you name it. Easy add on as long as you plug it in 30 min before you need it (mine anyway). I've run my dry steamer with extensions to remove some old school from ducts that I just couldn't get the leverage. Stuff is magical with a piece of steel wool.
  14. Anyone ever put panels every 3 ft of a plenum?
  15. Wet Vacuum Help

    I use a Nikro vac, dual head on a drum attached at the factory to a hand truck. It's a sick vac! About $800 if i recall. Each head is 13 amps so find separate breakers if you run both. Check em out at www.nikro.com. They carry smaller ones to....
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