From Sunshine Carpet Cleaning – Steve G. http://sunshinesteaming.com/
My name is Steve Gechlik and I own Sunshine Carpet Cleaning. For the last fifteen years, I have shopped the nation for portable extractors. The best I found was the Prochem Cheyenne, a popular choice for carpet cleaning companyies. Prochem’s Cheyenne offers 12 gallon solution & recovery tanks, a 100 psi pump, a 3 & 2 stage vac and runs on a single electrical cord. However, Prochem stopped manufacturing the Cheyenne. I had to shop for a replacement portable extraction machine.
I was fortunate to find Edic’s Galaxy Pro. The Galaxy Pro boasts a 17 gallon solution and recovery tank, 500 psi pump, two 3 stage vacs and runs on a single electrical cord. Apparently, the Galaxy Pro has amperage efficiencies. Both weigh about the same. The Cheyenne offered a 1 year warrantee, the Galaxy Pro offers a two year warrantee. EDIC’s Galaxy Pro costs only a little bit more than the Prochem Cheyenne.
I previously bought 4 Prochem Cheyenne portable extractors. Now I only buy EDIC’s Galaxy Pro. I like the improved carpet cleaning features and two year warranty.
“We are so pleased with the carpet cleaner you sent us. Not to mention your outstanding team over at EDIC made an awesome and well communicated transaction with our program. I look forward to working with you in the future.”
From Quick Dry Carpet Cleaning – Barry R. http://qdcarpetcleaning.com/
I just wanted to drop you a note to tell you how pleased I am with my EDIC Galaxy 2000. I’ve had it for a year now and I’ve had no problems whatsoever with its performance. The vacuum is strong and the pumps are working great. No leaks and the blue/gray color combo looks good. This is the one cord model, which runs the 2 vacs and the pump. I was a little leery of all those components being run off one cord but it’s not been any problem. You just have to be aware of where you are plugging the unit into. The few times I’ve tripped a breaker it’s been because that circuit is powering multiple outlets with several items running at the same time. More of an operator error than a problem with the EDIC machine configuration.
From Bing X.
Hi, I am a customer and a user of 2700 carpet machine, from BC, Canada. As I had a big problem with the machine and could not make it working, Rick picked up his cell phone and instructed me, step by step. Finally, it worked again. All this happened last Friday evening. Rick spent about 3 hrs of his own time to help me fix the problem. Thanks Rick and EDIC.