Question Hi , have an very early model mytee carpet cleaning machine . its old . Do you ship to Auckland New Zealand . Do you have a hose that they use to connects the motors and from housing unit to just under the tank . was keen to maybe also buy a Mytee P750 Double Plastic Vacuum Motor Manifold [P750] .

Any help would be gratefully accepted . I would like to upgrade the hoses underneath.

Do you sell the ali housing and plastic like the p750 but two single manifolds as mine has a series of two . Do the new units have venting for both vac motors instead of one, like my old one? . Which has better suction ?

thanks ivan .

Answer:

We ship world wide

We do sell 2" ID wire reinforced hose at

the Mytee P750 manifold is located at

The parallel vacuum motors require 2 exhaust ports.

The cleaning performance of series VS parallel is very similar.

This forums provides the math for figuring out which creates the highest vacuum units but I can also do the math for you if you need me to.

Here is the summary below:

Series formula: (Vac 1 inches of lift + 70% of vac 2 inches of lift) X (Times) (Vac 1 cfm + 25% of Vac 2 cfm) = ? Vacuum units

Parallel formula ([vac 1 inches of lift + vac 2 inches of lift] divided by 2) X (Times) (Vac 1 cfm + vac 2 cfm) = ? Vacuum units

Since the total amp draw remains the same the performance will be similar.

Notes:

inches of water lift @ zero cfm X (times) CFM @ zero inches of lift = Vacuum units

The greater the number the better it works.

Please clarify what a "ali housing" is??

Any help would be gratefully accepted . I would like to upgrade the hoses underneath.

Do you sell the ali housing and plastic like the p750 but two single manifolds as mine has a series of two . Do the new units have venting for both vac motors instead of one, like my old one? . Which has better suction ?

thanks ivan .

Answer:

We ship world wide

We do sell 2" ID wire reinforced hose at

the Mytee P750 manifold is located at

The parallel vacuum motors require 2 exhaust ports.

The cleaning performance of series VS parallel is very similar.

This forums provides the math for figuring out which creates the highest vacuum units but I can also do the math for you if you need me to.

Here is the summary below:

Series formula: (Vac 1 inches of lift + 70% of vac 2 inches of lift) X (Times) (Vac 1 cfm + 25% of Vac 2 cfm) = ? Vacuum units

Parallel formula ([vac 1 inches of lift + vac 2 inches of lift] divided by 2) X (Times) (Vac 1 cfm + vac 2 cfm) = ? Vacuum units

Since the total amp draw remains the same the performance will be similar.

Notes:

inches of water lift @ zero cfm X (times) CFM @ zero inches of lift = Vacuum units

The greater the number the better it works.

Please clarify what a "ali housing" is??

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