Gutter Vac

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  1. Taylorvan

    Taylorvan Member
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    Has any one ever made they're own gutter vac?
    I'm guns have a go any advise on
    Size of Hoover?
    Size of pipes?
    Cheers bwn
     
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  2. chip

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    http://www.window-tools.com/windows/diy-water-fed-poles-and-systems/diy-gutter-vacuum/
     
  3. Taylorvan

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    I'm looking at a ryobi 1.600watt 30 litter
    Will this be any good? It's wet and dry
     
  4. chip

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    Sorry, no idea, it's just a thread I remembered, couldn't make head nor tail of it myself!
     
  5. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

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    Im not expert but I think your would want atleats 2000w
     
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    I'm sure this has been covered before in previous posts? I will take a look to see if I can find any links
     
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    1400 is ok for bungalows and some homes, but you can't go that high with it and it'll take longer ideally 2000w for an up n down house or 3000w for 3 up town hoses iirc
     
  8. Taylorvan

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    Cheers cns it's a 1600
     
  9. Taylorvan

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    This is the. Ac I have ordered http://www.ryobi.com.au/Products/WorkshopVacs/WetDryVacuums/VC30HDA
     
  10. Smurf

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    Going by the spec on that link you gave it states the power is 1400 w not 1600

    Power: 1400 Watts
    Power Output: 1000 Watts
    (PSUM): 2400W
    Capacity: 30 litres
    Motor Stages: 2
    Vacuum Modes: Wet / Dry
    Blower Function: No
    Suction: 220 mbar
    Cord Length: 7.5 m
     
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