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    I was also concerned about the pumps, over time can the chemicals damage the pumps?
    Stephen Dela Cruz

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    Yes they can, but by the time the chemicals get mixed in with the wash water they are usually so dilute that they don't do too much damage. You can get into the habit of flushing it out and that can extend the life.
    Paul Kassander
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    Stephen, did you ever purchase a unit?

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    not to highjack, but what will the OWS set you back? and is addding the filters as easy as plumbing in line and reducing the micron level?

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    I think I paid 2500 for the OWS and yes you just plumb them and add as many as you like
    Last edited by Russ Spence; 06-12-2011 at 11:55 PM.

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    Kinda on the same line ... wondering about surfce cleaners ... Casters or not to caster is thy question ...

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    With a recovery unit, the surface cleaner has to have casters...a floater won't float if it's sucked down to the ground.

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