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AZHome&Carpet

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Does PSI go down with long hose runs? I endlessly read about suction of course but what about PSI?
 

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Some guys say yes, I’ve never noticed a drop in pressure. 450 feet is about the longest hose run I’ve ever done.
 
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Thank you, doesn’t come up so figured I’d ask. Few ideas brewing in my head! Lol
 

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Thank you, doesn’t come up so figured I’d ask. Few ideas brewing in my head! Lol
Even if there is a small drop the pumps are capable of more than we will ever need. Just turn the pressure up an extra 100 psi at a time if needed until you have what you want at the wand.
 

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Lol, my current 220 psi there’s not a heck of a lot to turn up! Lol But I have a few ideas of building a small ETM to suit my residential needs. Just got a power Booster so kicking a few ideas around. I like modding and upgrading stuff!