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    Default Amtex vs ez truckmounts

    So I posted this on tmf now let's see what you guys have to say please solid input ( I do realize tmf -=amtex woc = ez) post ups and down on both machines no machine is perfect I know but would like to know what you like and don't like about the machines

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    Default Re: Amtex vs ez truckmounts

    One thing I wanted to ask anyone have videos of ez in action? All I can find is nick's video of 2036 but nothing else at all and there are slot of videos by amtex and more now by amtex users

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    Default Re: Amtex vs ez truckmounts

    I believe you heard from a lot of users of Nick's truck mount already. Contact Jeff here and he can find someone close to where you live to go and see one in service. There is not much too a truck mount, as I've learned since being in this business. Now you just need to decide what is important to you. All the truck mounts we carry http://www.worldofclean.com/carpet-c...aning-machines are great machines, and you will receive excellent customer service from us. If you haven't seen this video, he shows several http://www.worldofclean.com/forums/c...unt-video.html

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    Hello Roman. Here is my take. Both machines are similar. We both use quality parts. I use Stainless steel on machine frame and waste tank. That means it will never rust. Our machines take up less space. EZ can custome build the waste tank to what ever size you want. When U look at our EZ in a photo look at the straight line to the silencer . Amtex takes oil field suction hose and comes off the blower and uses about 8 feet of it to go to the 2 mufflers used under the machine. In my opinion this does not make for even airflow.

    Our machine does not need a wand by-pass. Contact Alan Patrick 815-955-5197

    I will get another video up tonight with a 47 blower .
    EZ's price point is a lot less than AMTEX.
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    This is a good starting point.
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    Default Re: Amtex vs ez truckmounts

    how many feet of coil in that heat exchanger? i know amtex uses 150 per hx you can order with one or two how about ez?

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    Default Re: Amtex vs ez truckmounts

    would be nice to have a video of one in action with you showing heat/steam at wand , tell how many feet you got going show the temp gauge on the tm , say how many jets at what flow if you are goin to make one make one that will show it all and be done with it show quickly the controls and how the circulating system works etc, anyone else any ideas ? one more thing no shaky video when you show say temp gauge di it slower so it can be seen good, if you have a wand temp gauge use it too . Dont take me the wrong way this is not just for me but for everyone interested

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    Doesn't matter how many feet is in the hx coil. What matters is how its put together (why and hows of how it works). Machines with 5 heat exchangers can hold 200 degrees.

    I have played with Nic's machine that a local guy has. The local guy got talked into hi stupid heat by some of the board gods of another board. Local guy specked 300 degrees and Nic gave him what he wanted. I will tell you it didn't have 2 heat exchangers or 300 feet of tubing within the exchanger. It did hit 300 degrees easy at 200-250 feet AT THE CARPET while it was 0 here in MN in Feb 2 years ago. Would I buy it for the stupid heat. NO. I would want it only at 180 at the wand. Think of safety before stupidty.

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    Roman , We don't use 2 heat exchangers , I use 1 hx. with 125 feet of stainless steel tubing. The water gets plenty hot . The coil is separated so it absorbs more heat. Trust me on this . the next video will show a lot. I did not get a shot at the temp gauge.

    The Bottom line is this my machine produces great heat, it is simple and EZ to repair. IT is very cost effective. These machines are built to last and make U a lot of money.

    In time I will get all the videos done that need to be done. I think maybe how about flying out to Texas to try one.

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    I wouldn't be all gun ho on a video. What matters to me is touching and feeling one. I'm sure if you ask Nic, you can find someone within 500 miles of you to see, touch and feel it. That would mean 100 times more to me than any video or what BS people will spout off on the internet.

 

 
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