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Post by ACpower1 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 2:27 pm

you guys see this one posted on one of the other forums?

http://www.ipspro.us/ Thing looks pretty awsome, takes rechargeable battery packs like a makita driver

says it can draw up to 50yards and sprays at 90psi
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Post by dp1 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 3:46 pm

How do you get that thing to draw chemicals ?
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Post by milspec6 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 3:53 pm

That is really interesting, but I despise battery powered tools. They seem to last about a year and then crap out. To add to it, they always seem to update the tool to where your battery is no longer available. The end result is a tool in the trash.

I still have some Sioux brand power tools from the 60's that kick the snot out of all battery tools. Okay, I don't have the mobility, but a 100 foot extension cord can cover a lot of jobs.
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Post by ACpower1 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 6:07 pm

I have some really nice new makitas,    charge lasts a really long time and they charge fully in about 15min

batteries have changed a lot recently Mil, I bet these will spray for quite a long time on one charge


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Post by ACpower1 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 6:08 pm

@dp1 wrote:How do you get that thing to draw chemicals ?

you run tubing into whatever you want to spray out of.

can be a backpack jug on your back, a tub in the van if under 50yds.

looks interesting, wish I could try one before buying
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Post by milspec6 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 6:46 pm

@ACpower1 wrote:I have some really nice new makitas,    charge lasts a really long time and they charge fully in about 15min

batteries have changed a lot recently Mil,     I bet these will spray for quite a long time on one charge

I am a caveman, remember? It takes years before I catch up with technology. I have an amplifier that is older than me and an old Atari set in my basement. Razz
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Post by Mo on Wed Feb 17, 2016 10:06 pm

Wow 50 yards that will cover the majority of my jobs. How much are the batteries? And I wonder how much they cost?
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Post by dp1 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 10:26 pm

@Mo wrote:Wow 50 yards that will cover the majority of my jobs. How much are the batteries? And I wonder how much they cost?

The website listed all different pricings for different models ( long and short guns ).
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Post by dp1 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 10:29 pm

@milspec6 wrote:I have an amplifier that is older than me and an old Atari set in my basement. Razz

That old Atari is worth a couple hundred bucks at least on ebay now and based on past pattern, it seems like it keeps going up in prices as they are getting rare Very Happy
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Post by milspec6 on Wed Feb 17, 2016 11:38 pm

I have all kinds of "rare" items in that basement.

Anyone want a laser disc player....I think I still have the movie "Rocky" for it? I remember when my Dad bought that thing and we all gathered around the tv while my Dad praised this new disc technology.

Every time someone as much as shifted in their chair, it would skip. Right befor Rocky had his eyelids cut open, our cat jumped off the couch and onto the floor......the movie skipped back to the opening credits.

Dad threw it into the basement that day. For some reason, I inherited all that junk when they moved to be closer to my Sister.
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Post by Mo on Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:58 am

Very Happy Hey at least he was keeping up with the new technology. Now anything on disc is out dated.
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Post by Davey Cracker on Thu Feb 18, 2016 12:01 pm

Hmmmmmmm

I'm not sure about that, I couldn't find any specs on the type batteries or charger they use.......but to me it looks like outdated 9.6 or 12v Mikita stuff, which still might be NiCad?.  If so, I don't think that would be good.  
I've now had Makita 18v tools and batteries for 2.5 years that see a lot of use, and no signs of quitting soon.

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Post by ACpower1 on Thu Feb 18, 2016 6:16 pm

They are NiZn batteries which are pretty good.      Not the newest and greatest but much better than older batteries,    they should hold a pretty good charge.  

The batteries would be the least of my worries,   they now have battery powered motorcycles,   outboards,   etc          

Im more interested in how good the seals are and what chems they can handle.        It says industrial grade viton seals...  but who knows what that actually means and if they can handle high pH chems or strong h2o2

I have some 18v makita tools,   but also a smaller set of 9.6v that were new last year, the impact driver pushes 1300lbs of torque and holds a really good charge.     Those new batteries are pretty amazing
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Post by Davey Cracker on Thu Feb 18, 2016 10:57 pm

Interesting, did you also happen to find out what voltage they're?

And what cordless tool brand they cross to?........or if they're a proprietary battery made for just their sprayers?

There's not much to a sprayer especially that one, and they're easily rebuilt, including replacing o-rings to withstand chems, so that would be the least of my worry's really........I'm concerned about what I likely couldn't upgrade or repair, the batts and charger.

Thanks for the info......I'll be curious to hear more on what I asked about.

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Post by dp1 on Sat Feb 20, 2016 3:22 pm

Aren't we a bunch of weird characters ? One worries about seals and one worries about battery, I worry about EVERYTHING ! Lol.
The bottom line is the damn sprayer better last 5 years or longer if I have to spend $ 300 for the damn thing, lol.
I like my hydro force and multi sprayer, the hydro force from Joe Bristor is crap !! AC was right, he told me about that a while back but I didn't listen to him. The black hard plastic / rubber inside the block kept going sideways every couple of weeks, one of them actually broke and JB couldn't believe it when I told him, he asked me to send him a picture, I haven't send it to him, may be I should post the picture here or TMF instead huh ? Lol.
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Post by Mo on Sat Feb 20, 2016 5:12 pm

Don't it mother effer laughing
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Post by dp1 on Sat Feb 20, 2016 7:43 pm

LOL Mo, you and I seriously need to catch up and see each other one of these days, when are you coming down here ?
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Post by Mo on Sun Feb 21, 2016 12:27 pm

Yeah its been a while DP probably head down to cali to visit the grand kids this summer
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Post by ACpower1 on Sun Feb 21, 2016 8:32 pm

I couldnt find anything else on their site about the batteries, you can see in one picture of the battery but hard to make out. Surprised they dont give any info about gpm either.

I like the idea of a sprayer like that with cordless drill batteries but who knows if this company did it right.

sounded like a few people were buying them on the other forum
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