Join Date: Mar 2013
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No, I get 120 for dry, after discount for Fannie.
We have to do a 30 min. pressure test, but I am off cutting the grass or doing a repair during that time,. So really I'm not doing the wint the whole time. Hell, it takes 10 minutes just to hook up the compressor and walk around and turn the vales on and off. I do quite a few in an hour. But, usually figure two. I just use my Emglo, and a shop vac. At 11 CFM it doesn't take long to blow them out. But the pressure test, putting back together whatever the last guy may have taken apart, and a quick visual inspection. removing the meter if needed, capping lines, zip ties, stickers, Taking the silly saran wrap off the toilets and ugly tape the P&P guys have everywhere, removing the stickers from the doors, a quick walk atound to listen for the hisses, finding any auto fills or pressure reducers and isolating them, cleaning a toilet if it needs it, etc. It can add up. Could I blow the lines and dump some antifreeze in an hour, you bet. probably quicker.