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  1. #170
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    you have several of what...?

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    Hey JoeyD.

    Maybe on your website you could list an assortment of fittings that the bluvac could screw into?

    I think that would help a lot of us.

  3. #172
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    It appears to be the same one I have and my blue vac will screw into it. On my earlier post I meant I had several micron gauges and bluvac is superior.

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    Thanks Jbart

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    Hey JoeyD.

    Maybe on your website you could list an assortment of fittings that the bluvac could screw into?

    I think that would help a lot of us.
    The BluVac port is a standard 1/4 male flare. It should interface with pretty much all standard 1/4 female flare connections with a rubber seal. The only connectors I would stay away from are actual metal-to-metal female flare fittings. I don't think you'd see good vacuum performance in that case.

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    still think the Bluvac is the same as the UEI DMG200.
    What does anyone else think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lytning View Post
    still think the Bluvac is the same as the UEI DMG200.
    What does anyone else think?
    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread....1#post15347471

    Straight from the horse's mouth.

    The BluVac and the UEI DMG vacuum gauge are the same

  9. #178
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    Quote Originally Posted by lytning View Post
    still think the Bluvac is the same as the UEI DMG200.
    What does anyone else think?
    The UEI DMG100 and DMG200 gauges are built side-by-side with the BluVac and BluVac LTEs in our factory. Except for the color, they are the same.

  10. #179
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    Joey,

    If it's not prying to ask, it appears that you have a reciprocal agreement with UEI- they licence your Vacuum gauge and you licence their scale for sale, is that more or less correct?

    I like your product, and while I don't have your Micron gauge (My YJ 69075 still works) I'll buy one eventually! I made a suggestion that you de-couple the sensor from the display about a year ago, I still have to stick with that recommendation. It would really take your product to the next level as far as I'm concerned. If you did that I'd be on board 110%. beyond that I start to get into "pie in the sky" requests of a trend graph, etc... I won't bore you death!

    As a value added Item I would think you might get some more dollars to sell a Bluvac Kit in a box as a separate add-on sale. A great way to store the bluvac and assorted parts (CRT's, bottle of Alcohol, Vacuum gauge coupler, and so-on) put a good magnet or two on the back and it's the Bluvac kit. Just a thought.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tassajara View Post
    if your in the market i cant recommend this gauge enough. As with all the little guys digi cool, accutool appion etc... if we dont support them they wont be there. I dont think its any secret what a certain color manufacture did to a ceratin loud mouth scot outa the NW part of Canada. If you resemble this comment it is purely coincidence as these are fictional examples
    I agree 100%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darctangent View Post
    Joey,

    I like your product, and while I don't have your Micron gauge (My YJ 69075 still works) I'll buy one eventually! I made a suggestion that you de-couple the sensor from the display about a year ago, I still have to stick with that recommendation. It would really take your product to the next level as far as I'm concerned. If you did that I'd be on board 110%.

    Best of Luck!
    I agree with this.

    I tested bluvac not long ago. hose to gauge left me often trying to get gauge pointed in a ergonomically convenient direction that which it could be read without having to over torque the hose or continue to pick up the gauge and hold it to read it.

    Same reason i quit using just about every other micron gauge on the market today and picked up the Y/J setup with remote sensor. I then super glued a magnet to the back of it to make it more user friendly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darctangent View Post
    If it's not prying to ask, it appears that you have a reciprocal agreement with UEI- they licence your Vacuum gauge and you licence their scale for sale, is that more or less correct?
    No, we private-label the scales for them as well. In exchange, we get access to their substantial distribution network.

    Quote Originally Posted by darctangent View Post
    I like your product, and while I don't have your Micron gauge (My YJ 69075 still works) I'll buy one eventually! I made a suggestion that you de-couple the sensor from the display about a year ago, I still have to stick with that recommendation. It would really take your product to the next level as far as I'm concerned. If you did that I'd be on board 110%. beyond that I start to get into "pie in the sky" requests of a trend graph, etc... I won't bore you death!
    Your original suggestion is still on my white board (along with dozens of other good ideas). We will continue to design new products centered about the basic BluVac tech, but we are a small company, and new, quality, products take time and money to produce.

    Quote Originally Posted by darctangent View Post
    As a value added Item I would think you might get some more dollars to sell a Bluvac Kit in a box as a separate add-on sale. A great way to store the bluvac and assorted parts (CRT's, bottle of Alcohol, Vacuum gauge coupler, and so-on) put a good magnet or two on the back and it's the Bluvac kit. Just a thought.
    Keep your eyes open...

    Quote Originally Posted by darctangent View Post
    Best of Luck!
    Thanks!

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