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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Orlando, FL

    Milwaukee Cordless Vacuum

    Just wondering if anyone's used the Milwaukee cordless vacuum with the 18v battery and how well it performs on condensate drain lines?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Central TX
    Never liked using vacuums on drain lines. I use a Rehvac MBK-6 to clear the line, and the Auxipump to pump the water out of the Aux pan right into the main drain. I modified the auxipump to be able to run from the power supply that is included but also from a 3 cell 2,500mah Lithium polymer battery pack. The battery is great for those times no outlet is close to the unit and would need an extension cord. I can empty out about 10 Aux pans on one charge While it was a bit pricey, both are some of the best tool purchases I have made.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2000
    Urbandale IA. USA
    I have the Dewalt. I like it for the small jobs. I have used it to suck up water in the bottom of ice merchandizers (for bagged ice).

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