This was just some research that I did on dryers for the car wash industry…. this should be an easy DIY project. Their was even someone selling a project for $400+ extra on ebay.com But I never implemented this project…. but just look at some pictures or your vacuum. It is not like you are building a rocket. Just like all the other components at the car wash. 🙂
Car Wash Equipment In Bay Air Dryer Blowers
I really like the plywood backing…. professional. Also the pricing is way to expensive. I like pooping on peoples dreams of making money! JK…. this is why I can not read a certain forum anymore. To much negativity…. that comment reminds me of some of them.
I would also not purchase this Air Shammee trigger gun thing…. I like the Mosmatic brush thing. Blasto-Dry sells it also…. or sells it to Mosmatic or vice-versa? When comparing the plywood piece to my kr build your own unit…. remember mine includes a Mosmatic Wall Boom for $344.18 and does not include the plywood or screws ($20). But I would assume the $79.50 worth of Air Shammee relays that were in my quote are really $15 worth of relays? But I have never seen them…. but that would make up the difference in the plywood…. you could purchase diamond plate to be honest. 🙂 Mine is $836.79 with the Mosmatic’s boom (air shammee boom is $120 cheaper) and gun holder…. plus you can know what you are getting. bestbuys248 wants $900. I personally would not purchase either. LOL 🙂
RELAY LINK…. I believe this is the relay needed for the project. Let me know! 🙂 CLICK HERE Amazon.com $5.80
Just a note…. the Mosmatic/Blasto-Dry Dryer uses 2 motors and a 15′ x 2″ hose. (Which I equate with working better then the other dryer units? Could be wrong.). Also the Mosmatic/Blasto-Dry Hose and Nozzle assembly retail for $112.80. Which is actually cheaper and I believe look better then what ever the Air Shammy thing is. But you might like one better then the other? Crap…. one might actually work better then the other? I did not factor that in either! As a customer…. I would think the customer would equate drying better with the large wide nozzle…. not a small vacuum gun looking thing. But again…. I did not test or ever see in real life a dryer unit ever (Maybe at a show?)…. and I really do not want the function either.
The Autodry unit by AirLogic has 3 motors, 1 relay, vac nozzle type with handle and no relief valve…. I really have no clue what the valve is for? I believe the Air Shammee has a trigger to stop a blow job and the relief helps to bypass the blow job action? What doesn’t the unit blow air? 🙂 The Mosmatic/Blasto-Dry units do not have a bypass either.
I did think this setup was very inefficient…. I researched some other options and price wise I do not understand why manufactures picked this method. But at the end of this waist of research effort it got no funding. LOL 🙂