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    Rodger stay away from the backpack sprayer. Go to pressuretek.com and in the roof cleaning section Bob sell the trigger type poly gun. Or you could use a ball valve. I have both.
    Diamond Roof Cleaning and Powerwashing
    320 E Collings Dr
    Williamstown NJ 08094
    Owner-Michael DeRose Sr.
    www.diamondroofcleaning.com

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    depending on what you want a 12 volt application for there are many options out there. Bob pump in a box is sweet and easy and cheap.

    Anyone know of a 1/2 gpm 12 volt pump??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave mac View Post
    depending on what you want a 12 volt application for there are many options out there. Bob pump in a box is sweet and easy and cheap.

    Anyone know of a 1/2 gpm 12 volt pump??
    Northern Tool here locally has a 1.0gpm. That's the lowest I've seen.

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    Brian Custer
    JaxWash Pressure Washing
    Jacksonville, FL.
    904-451-6509
    www.jaxwash.com




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    Jr. Member Rodger's Avatar
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    how far will a pump push in a 1/2 line. I have the only roof job I plan on doing this or next year and it could require 300' of hose with 30' rise. I can do it with my pressure unit but a small pump would be nice.
    Don't want to buy a pump for one job then end up using my pressure unit to do it anyway, and looking bad in the process.

    Large house that we cannot drive on the driveway until it cures fully so we'd be parked on the street. Taking 400' to hose down the house so I guess I'll have the roof hose measurement from that.
    Thanks
    Rodger Boggs
    Winter Wash
    Rodger@winterwash.com
    720-725-4595
    c/t 303-885-000
    191 University 695
    Denver CO 80216

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourfriendchuck View Post
    Ok folks, I ordered the 5800 roof pump kit and pump in a box from Pressure Tek. I'm excited to start selling roof washes with my house washes.
    How'd that pump work for you? I'm going to get either that one or the 7870.

    Mike Rhoades
    Hogwash Pressure Washing
    Lexington, North Carolina
    Mike Rhoades
    Hogwash Pressure Washing
    Lexington, North Carolina
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    We have over 9 months and 3-5 jobs a day with just one pump (5850). Over 300 roofs with one pump.
    Diamond Roof Cleaning and Powerwashing
    320 E Collings Dr
    Williamstown NJ 08094
    Owner-Michael DeRose Sr.
    www.diamondroofcleaning.com

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