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VACUUMS

VACUUM, INSULATION

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Where to find VACUUM, INSULATION in Tulsa

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Daily: $236.00
Weekly: $945.00
Monthly: $3,045.00
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  • PLAN FOR A FULL DAY OF WORK FOR AN AVERAGE SIZE HOME
  • MODEL: The Colonel
  • MANUFACTURER: MEYER MACHINE
  • RENTAL INCLUDES 150' OF HOSE, AND OTHER ACCESSORIES TO MAKE THE JOB EASIER.
  • THE BAGS THAT CATCH THE INSULATION ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL. THE BAG ARE PURCHASE/SALE ITEMS.
  • Specifications
  • FUEL TANK HOLDS 1.75 GALLONS OF GAS
  • WEIGHT 275 LBS
  • Airflow : 3,900 CFM @ 14" W.C.
  • Material Handling : 8,760 Lbs. / Hour
  • Total Static Capability : 24" W.C.
  • Filtration : Disposable Bags, or Zipper Cloth Bags
  • Applications
  • Foam Insulation Pick-up
  • Cellulose Wall-Spray Recycling
  • Insulation Removal
  • Leaf Pick-Up & Gutter Clean-Out
  • Power & Construction
  • Engine : Kohler Command
  • Engine Size : 14 HP Single Cylinder Slant
  • Starting Options : 12V w/ Battery
  • Tachometer : Digital w/ RPM & Hours
  • Oil System : Splash Lube, Flexible Drain
  • Fan Wheel : Heavy Gauge Material Handling
  • Housing : Heavy Gauge Steel, Chrome Handle
  • Chassis : 4-Wheel Cart w/ Locking Casters
  • INFORMATION ABOUT THE BAGS:
  • We carry and red and white bags. The red bag can rip open easily. The white bag is rip resistant.
  • THE BAG THAT CATCHES THE INSULATION
  • The Insul-Bag Insulation Containment Bag is the latest development in Refined Insulation Containment. The Top-Fill design of the Insul-Bag is unique to Meyer Machine & Equipment, however this bag will fit any insulation vacuum. The Insul-Bag is specially designed to hold more material, rip less, fill better, and cost less than the conventional white insulation bags. Insul-Bag still provides excellent filtration for removal of cellulose, fiberglass, rock-wool, vermiculite and other insulation materials.
  • Question:
  • How many disposable bags do I need for a removal job?
  • *1ST Answer: for a specific/precise number of bags*
  • - Calculate the volume of insulation to be removed. (Length x Width x Depth)
  • - Divide the Volume by the Capacity of Each Bag, 75 cu. ft. (Volume / 75)
  • - 70 ft long x 20 ft wide x 6" (.5 ft) deep = 700 cubic ft
  • -700 cubic ft / 75 cubic ft per bag = 9.33 Bags for the Job
  • - Bag , holds approximately 75 cubic feet,
  • *2ND Answer: for more general answer*
  • -1 bag is good for approx 100 square feet per bag
  • *2ND Answer: for more general answer*
  • -1 bag is good for approx. 100 square feet per bag
  • Question:
  • How can I keep my insulation bags from ripping when I'm removing insulation?
  • Answer:
  • Insulation bags, like any porous filtration product, can become clogged with fine dust particles. An operator working by the vacuum and bag can use a broomstick to occasionally tap the pores of the bag clean. If the bag looks very firm or taught, and cannot be tapped clean, the bag may need to be replaced. High levels of dust in insulation materials such as cellulose and vermiculite may cause insulation bags to become excessively taught after smaller amounts of material have been removed compared to fiberglass.

* Please call us with any questions about our vacuum insulation rentals in Tulsa OK and neighboring communities in Northeastern Oklahoma.