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    Vetran Washer 30 Years Plus 5000 PLUS POSTER The Cleaner's Avatar
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    More photo's of my rig !!

    here are some better pictures of my rig..
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    Commercial Pressure Wash Expert and PWI Administrator 19000 PLUS POSTER Russ Spence's Avatar
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    looks like you need a bigger trailer

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    Here's one of ours

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    Here's Another

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    Commercial Pressure Wash Expert and PWI Administrator 19000 PLUS POSTER Russ Spence's Avatar
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    those are really great set ups guys

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    Please explain to me how this whole setup works with all of the plumbing....
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    Commercial Pressure Wash Expert and PWI Administrator 19000 PLUS POSTER Russ Spence's Avatar
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    way way way over my head

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    What exactly would you like to know, how to plumb a truck or trailer or how their's is setup?

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    Here's my new rig...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNN View Post
    Here's my new rig...

    Nice Chris, did you ever do that roof ?

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    i like the doors on the side
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Roof Cleaning View Post
    Nice Chris, did you ever do that roof ?
    Yeah, I filled the foamer with some SH (and some super secret surfactant) and foamed a section. I let it dwell for about 45 minutes, and sure enough, everything rinsed off with a garden hose. When it warms up, I will do the whole roof. It was 36 degrees that evening, and the sun set before I finished.
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    I wonder if having that roofing company name on the sign calms the fears of the Roof Cleaning public.Just a thought what do yall think.

    Does it add to the legitimacy of what we do,in peoples minds?If they are a roofing company this must be OK kind of thing.Just pondering the thought.

    Nice rigs by the way,first class all the way.
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    We are putting the little mazda into service now as well
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    Here our some photo's . A new one is down the pipeline. A goose neck with 10 inch I Beams. Massive with newly Designed Hydraulics. It will be ready to show in 2 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim@Garagecleaning View Post
    Here our some photo's . A new one is down the pipeline. A goose neck with 10 inch I Beams. Massive with newly Designed Hydraulics. It will be ready to show in 2 weeks.
    great looking rigs, Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim@Garagecleaning View Post
    Here our some photo's . A new one is down the pipeline. A goose neck with 10 inch I Beams. Massive with newly Designed Hydraulics. It will be ready to show in 2 weeks.
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    Hey Jim, tell us a little about your rigs. Real nice, is that a motorized surface cleraner. whats the GPM , those look like some big burners

    Tell us more

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    You know, the last time I offered my 2 cents, I got an ear full.

    So I will try to keep my opinions to myself this time around.

    So that you know, our rigs are custom in design. They cost more than buying 2 or 3 pressure generic pressure washers ( Like Alkota) and mounting them on a trailer that you buy from a dealer or order from a catalog. Labor on the west coast is $100 to $135 an hour plus materials.

    Well, what would you like to know? I design all my rigs. We do not go cheap on anything. From hoses to steel. All trailers are powder coated, not painted. I have them sand blasted and baked in a oven for 5 hours. All equipment is fitted first, then removed for the powder coating.

    Spec's...

    2.2 million BTUs ( Combined )
    11.6 GPM ( Up to.... Combined )
    Drive System is Hydraulic ( Not Belt)
    Hose .....200 ft each reel of R2 1/2 inch
    Radiator for Hydraulics
    3.3 liter turbo diesel
    Decking of trailer is 3/8" diamond plate steel ( Not 1/8 or 3/16 as most)
    All square tubbing is 3/8" thick... ( Not 1/4 )
    All welds are double welds and then sanded for smooth finish.
    Cross beams are 4" C Channel set at 12" apart ( Not 3" at 16" or 24" apart)
    Axles are Drop Axles rated at 14 K
    Highest point is the surface cleaner which is 6 ft 4 inches

    Able to hit up to 5000 psi at any giving GPM's ( Can run at 1 gallon per minute or 11.6 at 5,000 psi all at a turn of a knob while motor stays at a constant 1900 rpms. The RPM and the power strain on motor is constant at any GPM)

    Able to hit high temps at 300 degrees. ( Did it once, but will not do it again. Cost too much... hose melted. Reels O rings had problems shortly after. We now run it at 265.

    In Feb. at 39/40 degrees with water at 35 degrees, we are able to reach and maintain 240 degrees at the end of 200ft with only 1 boiler on at 4,500 psi.

    When weather is 55 to 60 at night, we hit gum and it dose not melt.... it evaporates in a puff of smoke. We do not etch the cement.

    Unit is designed for garage cleaning and gum removal, though we could do hoods, wood, etc. We choose to only do cement. The unit costs to much to build for small jobs under 5k.

    We only do commercial, no residential.

    Shell refinery offered us 100k for the unit above and did not want to wait for us to build them one.... we turned them down.

    The 4 cylinder 3.3 liter diesel motor runs at 1,900 RPM's. Red line is 3,100. In theory, this motor should out last the trailer running at 61.3 % of the maximum range of the rpms. Most washers use a Honda gasoline 24 hp at full throttle. ( running at 100% of the RPM's and a Honda lasts for many years.)

    Some of the members who have seen our machine on this site, have asked us if we would be interested in building them one. I have refused.

    Please do not take this the wrong way, but I built these units for our business. With these units, we have no real competition in garage cleaning for what we do.

    These machines get allot of attention. I have other companies here in California follow me for 50 miles waiting for me to pull over to ask me where they can get one.

    We are not a manufacture and due to the extreme heat, I do not want to accept any liability for building the unit.

    At today's prices, the cost to build the unit should be around 80-85k to build.... cash. We would sell it for 95-100k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim@Garagecleaning View Post
    You know, the last time I offered my 2 cents, I got an ear full.

    So I will try to keep my opinions to myself this time around.

    So that you know, our rigs are custom in design. They cost more than buying 2 or 3 pressure generic pressure washers ( Like Alkota) and mounting them on a trailer that you buy from a dealer or order from a catalog. Labor on the west coast is $100 to $135 an hour plus materials.

    Well, what would you like to know? I design all my rigs. We do not go cheap on anything. From hoses to steel. All trailers are powder coated, not painted. I have them sand blasted and baked in a oven for 5 hours. All equipment is fitted first, then removed for the powder coating.

    Spec's...

    2.2 million BTUs ( Combined )
    11.6 GPM ( Up to.... Combined )
    Drive System is Hydraulic ( Not Belt)
    Hose .....200 ft each reel of R2 1/2 inch
    Radiator for Hydraulics
    3.3 liter turbo diesel
    Decking of trailer is 3/8" diamond plate steel ( Not 1/8 or 3/16 as most)
    All square tubbing is 3/8" thick... ( Not 1/4 )
    All welds are double welds and then sanded for smooth finish.
    Cross beams are 4" C Channel set at 12" apart ( Not 3" at 16" or 24" apart)
    Axles are Drop Axles rated at 14 K
    Highest point is the surface cleaner which is 6 ft 4 inches

    Able to hit up to 5000 psi at any giving GPM's ( Can run at 1 gallon per minute or 11.6 at 5,000 psi all at a turn of a knob while motor stays at a constant 1900 rpms. The RPM and the power strain on motor is constant at any GPM)

    Able to hit high temps at 300 degrees. ( Did it once, but will not do it again. Cost too much... hose melted. Reels O rings had problems shortly after. We now run it at 265.

    In Feb. at 39/40 degrees with water at 35 degrees, we are able to reach and maintain 240 degrees at the end of 200ft with only 1 boiler on at 4,500 psi.

    When weather is 55 to 60 at night, we hit gum and it dose not melt.... it evaporates in a puff of smoke. We do not etch the cement.

    Unit is designed for garage cleaning and gum removal, though we could do hoods, wood, etc. We choose to only do cement. The unit costs to much to build for small jobs under 5k.

    We only do commercial, no residential.

    Shell refinery offered us 100k for the unit above and did not want to wait for us to build them one.... we turned them down.

    The 4 cylinder 3.3 liter diesel motor runs at 1,900 RPM's. Red line is 3,100. In theory, this motor should out last the trailer running at 61.3 % of the maximum range of the rpms. Most washers use a Honda gasoline 24 hp at full throttle. ( running at 100% of the RPM's and a Honda lasts for many years.)

    Some of the members who have seen our machine on this site, have asked us if we would be interested in building them one. I have refused.

    Please do not take this the wrong way, but I built these units for our business. With these units, we have no real competition in garage cleaning for what we do.

    These machines get allot of attention. I have other companies here in California follow me for 50 miles waiting for me to pull over to ask me where they can get one.

    We are not a manufacture and due to the extreme heat, I do not want to accept any liability for building the unit.

    At today's prices, the cost to build the unit should be around 80-85k to build.... cash. We would sell it for 95-100k

    Ear full Come on Jim, you did just fine

    Very nice machine, I'd love 11+gpm. Do you usaully run it at 11gpm or do you split it and run 2 surface cleaners. Do you make your own surface cleaners too?. Whenever theres a Cali round table maybe I could come out and watch you at work


    Yellow your favorite color? Even the hose reels are yellow, smart one big caution sign

    By the way welcome to PWI, its a good place to hang, learn & share

    Sweet rigs
    Last edited by Ron Musgraves; 05-06-2008 at 01:04 AM.

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