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$15 electric vacuum pump for anyone!

A small (or even “mini” or “micro”) pump is enough for our purposes. The aquarium pump is a good example and there are many other small diaphragm air pumps that have an inlet and an outlet - so both vacuum and pressure so no modifications are required. Peristaltic pumps are better for fluid than air. High air volumes and low vacuums are not needed so save your money and avoid the expensive high performance pumps.

I’ve been using the 30/60 pump for about a year.

When I first started it was drawing 5hg, and now it draws 4.5hg.

I use the 30/60 for ten minutes, and then put my brake bleeder pump on, and I go up to 7hg for five minutes (a total of 15 minutes). I do that in the morning 3 times a day 4 days a week. I am getting some nice results with this routine. I just added the third time on a couple of weeks ago, and that is when I started to keep the gains for a day or two.

I just converted a Tetra AP150 pump [1] and all signs are looking great so far. I haven’t had any PE sessions with yet but that will change when the sun goes down later on today. I’ve converted several aquarium pumps and this one is the strongest yet pulling 8in.HG. The tetra AP150 pump features what Tetra calls deep water technology. I am not sure what this means but I can tell you there are 2 diaphragms with what appears to be dual check valves. All of which work in concert one diaphram pulls while the other does nothing.

Do any of you have any experience with this pump?

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