Water Extraction question

Discussion in 'Water Damage/Fire Restoration' started by Spotman123, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. Spotman123

    Spotman123 FatCat Member

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    Has anyone ever done dual wand water extraction with their truckmount? I know for carpeting/with padding it may not work so well, but I mean for cases where you have standing water on a concrete/tile floor? Would it speed things up? I do not do this type of work. Just curious.
     
  2. Torrey W

    Torrey W Syndicated Entrepreneur

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    If you have a large tm and your not needing to keep your lift high for extracting down to the pad, then yes you could.

    Generally just not something many would do, it would take a real odd situation for it to be effective IMO.

    One thing I have found to be a huge profit maker is a Airhog.

    It has a auto pump out built in. So it works great non stop.
     
  3. aspenedelen

    aspenedelen FatCat Player

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    It all depends how big of a tmount you have. I have a EL D in my box truck and find it ample to dual wand extract most losses. If you are drying to deflood a foot of water in a 500 sq ft basement forget it.
     
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