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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/May/2004 at 10:17am
Originally posted by We Dry We Dry wrote:

Doug,

I do NOT sell airmovers nor any restoration equipment/supplies.

Brian, Maybe you can shower me with the right answer!

Well than just what equipment do you reccomend?  You don't necessarily have to sell it  do you?  Apparently you have something in mind or you would not have asked the question now would you ?Guitar

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote We Dry Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/May/2004 at 10:26am

Just for your records Doug I was asking Brian about the airmovers. He is an expert in this field and was simply wondering what his thoughts were.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/May/2004 at 10:35am
Originally posted by We Dry We Dry wrote:

Brian, Please dont get me started on this one!

Well:  It certainly sounds to me like you have an opinion??

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Everyone has an opinion....

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/May/2004 at 1:05pm
Mr. Lozecki., ASD,WRT CDT Iternational Inc., Cat Director Of Network Development:  Please forgive me for intruding.  How silly of me not to notice this was a private conversation between you and Brian.  I would guess with all these letters behind your name a common person like myself would have to pay to get your opinion.Guitar
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Hi Doug i agree with the name recognition. I think some of the MFG
marketing is just that marketing.You and i know it does not make a
difference of the brand name as long as they work and you get a good
deal. Yes many work better than some other brands. Most jobs that are
flooded less than 6" are best dryed with the cheaper traditional air
movers. Just my opinion. MR. Lozecki this is probally not your thoughts
but try a tradition against your axial fan in this condition and i will win!

Doug would you agree. You may need other types of air movers for jobs
above 6" How about you mr Lozecki.
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Brian, In my own opinion the best all around airmover is the gales force.

 

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Mr Lozecki our you crazy!!
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What are they teaching us in the ASD course guys.  Please don't tell me Ace fans because that is a joke. 
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TGIF......I think that the Gale Force is a better air mover than the Ace....The ace has lower CFM and does not push as much air as the Gale Force...Do you have any of either of them?
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We Dry:  I do not own any of the Gale Force.  I have been waiting for the MAx Force to come out.  I got suckered into buying 150 of the Ace fans after I went to the ASD.  I think that Brian was right for the most part the turbo air movers are propbably the one I want a lot of stock in.  Don't get me wrong I like the Ace.  In hind site I wish I had some Gale Force or Max force to balance out my airmovers.  The Ace is great for those old Toronto homes with 110 power.  At least you can get the amount of air movement in the home.  

In reality we should have a blend of all types of air movers because every job is truly different. 

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I agree...The only issue I see with the Gale Force is that you need the stand and thats an extra $100...USD.... And them im not sure if its still CSA/UL approved... Do you know? Ive always wondered...... And for most water losses the regular air movers works great...I agree
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In fact We Dry.  If I had a choice of only being able to use one kind of airmover and I was able to buy 500 of them it would be the turbo dryer with 2-3 speeds. 
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I agree...But woudl you also agree to have some low amperage air movers on board for the older losses or maybe the larger losses where you need 300 airmovers and dont have enough power?
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