1 pump 2 men

Discussion in 'Window Cleaning Tutorials & DIY' started by Leicester24, Oct 16, 2016.

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  1. Leicester24

    Leicester24 Member
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    Any of you guys have two reels working from one pump ?

    If so what pump are you using

    Wondering if a 150psi pump is needed ?


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  2. CHWS

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    You need the bigger pump, i did run 2 reels of the 1 pump but always had more flow at 1 brush because 1 reel had more hose on it
     
  3. daveyboy

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    It isn't just about hose length
    1 will always have less resistance than the other even at the same length
    Weird but it will never be 50/50
     
  4. Neilmnwc

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    I've just started with another reel in the van & was wondering the same. I have a 100psi pump & do need to crank it up a bit with the two connected. What Psi is ideal?


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  5. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    It is the path of least resistance.

    Water always follows the easiest route.

    Even if all your hoses are equal etc and you extend one brush up to a dormer window and keep other at ground level the higher one will have less flow as you have increased resistance of that path.
     
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