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Anything new at Savage Truck Mounts for 2011?
#1
Hey Bob,

Anything new on the horizon?
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Please put out a nice video so I can show it to Brevik.
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Steve,

Yes, thanks for asking.

For 2011, SAVAGE Truckmounts will be offering a new packaged "look" for it's 3 ETM (Electric Truck Mount) models.

We are designing a van base mount platform for our vacuum and high-pressure modules, that will also include a chemical jug holder, chemical storage, and electric cord reel storage. The mount platform will allow each module to "lift out" for any inside work.

The platform will house either our 60-600 PSI high-pressure pump, or the 60-1200 PSI high-pressure pump, and will hold both pumps at the same time if the purchaser wants both pressure systems.

All of our SAVAGE ETM's will perform as well as a high-powered high-heat gasoline truckmount, or the electric modules will go inside for cleaning, thus eliminating the need to own a portable extractor.

With all the modules in place inside your van, or trailer, the new platform will resemble a slide-in truckmount in appearance, with graphics to give it a clean look that will make it appear to be larger than it actually is.

We will continue to offer any replacement parts at "cost" to owners.

We are currently working on a video that will show arriving at a cleaning job, setting up the hoses, and cleaning. The video will include "watching" vacuum recovery through our clear vacuum tube attached at the wand, showing wand technique, measuring dry times, and also recording heat ATW.

We will also include vacuum readings using a CFM meter.

Finally, it will show putting the hoses and any accessories back in the van at the end of a job.





Bob Savage

Manufacturer of POWERFUL ELECTRIC TRUCKMOUNTS
Thinking "Out of the BOX" — Designing for the Future

Our New TWIN-FLOW vacuum System
http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm

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Cost/s?
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(03-20-2011, 10:37 PM)Brian R Wrote: Cost/s?

http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm
http://www.savage-1.com/extremebeast.htm
http://www.savage-1.com/beast.htm
Bob Savage

Manufacturer of POWERFUL ELECTRIC TRUCKMOUNTS
Thinking "Out of the BOX" — Designing for the Future

Our New TWIN-FLOW vacuum System
http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm

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(03-21-2011, 04:12 PM)Bob Savage Wrote:
(03-20-2011, 10:37 PM)Brian R Wrote: Cost/s?

http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm
http://www.savage-1.com/extremebeast.htm
http://www.savage-1.com/beast.htm


The twin-flow cost about the same as Boxxer 318 or Blazer. I think thoses machine get about 270 cfm and 13-14 inches of lift?

They also have to burn about 1 gallon per hour in order to operate.

How would this Savage Twin-flow stack up to those units Bob?

When will your videos be done?
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(04-14-2011, 05:52 PM)Todd Anthony Wrote:
(03-21-2011, 04:12 PM)Bob Savage Wrote:
(03-20-2011, 10:37 PM)Brian R Wrote: Cost/s?

http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm
http://www.savage-1.com/extremebeast.htm
http://www.savage-1.com/beast.htm


The twin-flow cost about the same as Boxxer 318 or Blazer. I think thoses machine get about 270 cfm and 13-14 inches of lift?

They also have to burn about 1 gallon per hour in order to operate.

How would this Savage Twin-flow stack up to those units Bob?

When will your videos be done?


Our TWIN FLOW will stack up just fine with just about any gasoline truckmounts, as far as production, and distance cleaning. Our big advantage over the gas powered TM's, other than the very low operating costs of our units, is their versatility, and virtually no breakdowns. The SAVAGE ETM that we use in our CC business has been operating for 2 years now without any failures or replacement parts needed!

The TWIN FLOW can easily do 200' from the van, and still give you high production cleaning and great dry times. Our secret is in the design of our systems. Our separate cleaning modules offer high heat, high flow, and great vacuum, and we have been able to produce this without having to use several power cords.

Our modular design eliminates the need for having a portable for those way-inside jobs, including jobs in high-rise buildings. We have even designed a fixed unit that would operate from the basement of a 13 story building, out to 200' from the 13th floor station hookup (that's operating 375 feet from the base unit).

The TWIN FLOW uses only 2 separate 15 amp cords, and will smoke the carpet at 200 feet. It will clean carpet, upholstery, tile/grout, and will run any rotary tool designed for truckmounts - RX, 360i, Dri-Master, etc.

It uses a 2" #8 flow wand.

Our APO system (Sixty (60) GPM) is the best in the industry, being able to work day after day without attention to it's filter system. It will extract standing water without any need for tank dumping, or waiting for the vacuum to "catch up".

The videos will be done as soon as I get some time, and it stops raining.

We have over 30 units in the field now for 10 years, which speaks volumes.

Our patent will show you the detail that went into this machine design, although the design is straight-forward, without expensive proprietary parts.

Bob Savage

Manufacturer of POWERFUL ELECTRIC TRUCKMOUNTS
Thinking "Out of the BOX" — Designing for the Future

Our New TWIN-FLOW vacuum System
http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm

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Bob,

As I have looked at the setup, is their a recovery tank and water tank included? Or as an option?
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(06-23-2011, 09:11 PM)Ever-Fresh Wrote: Bob,

As I have looked at the setup, is their a recovery tank and water tank included? Or as an option?

I guess when I pull the trigger on a truckmount in the next six months I will go local where I can get an answer to my questions.
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Try PMing him.

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From his website

Have questions? We've got answers!
We wanna hear from you!

email us at SAVAGEtruckmounts@yahoo.com


or give us a call
937-299-9022
cell: 937-830-5754


Calling from the UK?
001-937-299-9022 or 001-937-830-5754
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The system comes with a recovery tank. It is extremely compact, measuring only 10" X 12" X 34" tall, and sits in a mounting base, complete with 30 GPM APO.

A fresh tank is optional, but you can run the high-pressure pump from a fresh tank (without a small pump feeding the pump fresh water), or a direct faucet hookup.
Bob Savage

Manufacturer of POWERFUL ELECTRIC TRUCKMOUNTS
Thinking "Out of the BOX" — Designing for the Future

Our New TWIN-FLOW vacuum System
http://www.savage-1.com/twinflow.htm

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Hey Bob,
I don't know whether your TMs work well...but it seems they have a good rep...so I won't speak on that.


Have you ever considered "prettying" one up to make it look cool as well as work cool?

I've never seen one of yours in person...I only have the photos to judge.

Whattyathink?


I'm thinking something "Orbot-esc" type coolness. thanks
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This is what I'm talking about...Kind of a Custer F.

In the Truck it seemed to look ok...But if you can make it portable and pretty.....That could be a game changer.


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I agree, looks do matter....
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when you're bringing it in or near that home it does...Even if bringing it in or near a commercial building....which is probably why it's portable more so than residential.

I'm all about image.....Although I've been slacking a bit lately. lol

In the truck doesn't matter too much....as long as it's clean and the truck looks nice.

Although it's nice to have a "face" piece that looks pro when looking at the working truck...I thought White Magics looked good....But they were crap.

That TNT thing from Judson looks cool...slightly industrial etc.

But again...Doesn't matter too much because I can count on my hand that I lost 4 fingers on the amount of times the female homeowner came out to inspect my truck.


J/k about the 4 fingers....I was trying to make a "point"....that's a pun for anyone paying attention. Tongue
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