US Products Pro is now HydraMaster Portables

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A legacy of innovation and reliability in high performance portables is continuing as US Products Pro is now becoming part of the HydraMaster product line. The parent company of HydraMaster acquired US Products in 2008, and in 2017, the US Products portable extractor line became a part of the HydraMaster family of products. The models that you know and trust – the PEX500, King Cobra 1200 Pro, Ultimate PB-III, and the HydraPort Series - will now be branded and supported as a HydraMaster product. You can check out all of these innovative, high-performance portable extractors at www.hydramaster.com/portables

There are many facilities that have tried the latest, fastest, gizmo based walk behind or ride on extractors, but all they got was soil re-arrangement instead of soil extraction. They want clean carpets – not just carpets that “look” cleaner. HydraMaster High Performance Portables will exceed their cleaning expectations. Professional cleaning and restoration contractors who are used to the speed and performance of a truckmounted system need a portable extractor for those hard to reach jobs, high rise jobs, water extraction jobs, or as a back-up machine that emulates the cleaning performance of their truckmount.

HydraMaster Portable Extractors are built and designed for the uncompromising cleaning professional:

· Cleaning contractors and in-house maintenance departments who want truckmount cleaning in places inaccessible to truckmounts

· Truckmount owners who want a support unit

· Commercial and industrial contact cleaners and in-house maintenance personnel who are not achieving desired results with conventional walk behind orride on extractors

· When scientifically measured cleaner and healthier is more important than just appearance improvement

· When restorative hard surface cleaning – tile, stone, and finished concrete is needed

· Restoration contractors who need extraction capability constantly and cleaning ability occasionally



Regards,

R. Doyle Bloss

Marketing, Product, and Brand Manager

HydraMaster

11015 47th Ave W

Mukilteo, WA 98275

800-426-1301, x 1728

425-775-7272, x 1728

www.hydramaster.com

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I have 2 of those units collecting dust... They were good for there time, but 3gallons sucked.. The water did get hot in that bitch...

I remember getting locked in a restaurant account @ 11pm and they came back for us at 7am... 215 chairs we cleaned with that machine, true meaning of bucket brigade... Greasy nasty goodness...
 
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They should ask some carpet cleaners what they need in a portable.
15 amp blower on one cord, 13 amp blower and 100 psi pump on the other. We want to pick up water and can use a truckmount when we need more psi or heat.
As light as possible.
The only fancy item might be a sensor to detect if plugging both cords into the same circuit.

The US Products line has a pretty good reputation for being solid units. I'll have to see if they build anything smaller than the "truckmount replacement" size though, and if scuff-hiding colors are on the horizon.



I have 2 of those units collecting dust... They were good for there time, but 3gallons sucked
We have a PB-III, a 512 and an old 320... all collecting dust. If we needed heat in place we couldn't reach from the truck, they'd be great.
 
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15 amp blower on one cord, 13 amp blower and 100 psi pump on the other. We want to pick up water and can use a truckmount when we need more psi or heat.
As light as possible.
The only fancy item might be a sensor to detect if plugging both cords into the same circuit.

The US Products line has a pretty good reputation for being solid units. I'll have to see if they build anything smaller than the "truckmount replacement" size though, and if scuff-hiding colors are on the horizon.



We have a PB-III, a 512 and an old 320... all collecting dust. If we needed heat in place we couldn't reach from the truck, they'd be great.
Us products has had a sensor for quite some time to detect being plugged into the same circuit. Bryan, there are lots of machines utilizing dual 3 stage 5.7's with a 220 psi diaphragm pump like the EDIC line of portables. You can use a heater with a separate power cord if you need more heat. Not like a TM but not bad.
 

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