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    Question: Are the Mytee "hybrid" vacuum motors really stronger than traditional 6.6 vacuum motors? These are found in some version of the Mytee Escape, 1005LX, 7303LX

    Question: Are the Mytee "hybrid" vacuum motors really stronger than traditional 6.6 vacuum motors?
    Answer: YES, "Amp Draw is King." These Mytee hybrid motors use a full amp more in electricity. I have written numerous articles to prove that amp draw is the single most important factor in comparing vacuum motor. It is more important than size, number of stages, weight. It show a direct relation to the total amount of inches of lift and cfm combination. I also feel that there is a point when it might make a machine or challenging to plug into a generator or an electrical clothes drier plug. For example look at the Lamb 122475-00 compared to the Mytee C347. The Mytee C347 draw an average of 1 amp more. Uses 8% more electricity and performs at only 2% more performance at a cost that is 100% more to replace. So yes is is out performing the traditional 6.6 vacuum motor but to spend 100% more $$ to use 8% more electricity to achieve a 2% improvement, is it worth it? At the same time you might be removing your ability to plug into a 4 gang electric converter on a clothes drier plug or removing the ability to plug your entire system into a 420cc generator. Please note the national electric code recommends an 80/20 rule on electrical consumption. This means on a 15 amp breaker, they only want 12 amps pulled on it. On a 20 amp breaker, you used try to use 16 amps on it. An electric clothes drier plug and the 420cc generator is made of a dual 30 amp 240 volt configuration. With power extension cord wire resistance and can draw four different items that draw 12 amps each full time. Example visit
    http://www.steam-brite.com/electric-...s-p-92372.html
    If you are using the Mytee 6.6 hybrid vacuum motors, this now exceeds this 12 amp rating and now you can only plug in 2 power cords in the same electric clothes drier plug/ 420cc generator. The standard Quad 6.6 vacuum motor will perform with a 2% reduction in performance using 8% less electricity but now plug in on both the electric clothes drier plug or the 420cc generator with a 4 corded system. The quad Hybrid 6.6 would require a 459cc generator and no longer lets you plug into the clothes drier plug with all four cords. The Lamb 122475-00 has an average amp draw of 11.5 amps and makes is a perfect option for plugging in everywhere. I personally think the decision to product these hybrid vacuum motors is one that it does position Mytee equipment as the strongest on the market with private label part numbers that require you to purchase replacement parts at inflated rates. From and engineering decision only you can decide...

    Related links:
    Mytee C347
    http://www.steam-brite.com/ametek-la...7-p-93249.html

    Mytee C348
    http://www.steam-brite.com/mytee-c34...d-p-93250.html

    Lamb 122475-00 6.6 vacuum motor
    http://www.steam-brite.com/ametek-la...0-p-10441.html

    420cc Generator
    http://www.steam-brite.com/advanced_...keywords=420cc

    Quad 6.6 systems
    http://www.steam-brite.com/advanced_...words=quad+6.6

    Mytee Escape LX
    http://www.steam-brite.com/advanced_...ords=escape+lx

    Mytee 1005LX
    http://www.steam-brite.com/advanced_...eywords=1005lx

    Mytee 7303LX
    http://www.steam-brite.com/advanced_...eywords=7303LX
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