What Is The Difference Between Vortex and Centrifugal Pumps?

Some people believe that centrifugal pumps generate higher discharge pressure and therefore greater spray distance than vortex pumps. While it is true that centrifugal pumps are more efficient than vortex pumps, this perceived issue is easily offset by simply running the vortex pump faster. Also, in hydroseeding and hydromulching applications, the slurry is pumped through a nozzle that further negates the efficiency advantage of the centrifugal pump.

Epic Advantage #8: Lowest Maintenance

The greatest benefit of using hydroseeding and hydromulching equipment by Epic is the efficient design. One of the major design parameters of all Epic equipment is to focus on minimizing maintenance, as less maintenance means getting more work done. Spending time having your equipment serviced can cause significant downtime and with Epic equipment, you don't have to worry about that. Check out these innovative design features that make Epic the number one choice for low-maintenance hydroseeding and hydromulching equipment!

Epic Advantage #6: Pumps The Thickest Slurries

During every job, contractors and landscapers want to perform the best hydroseeding application possible to appease their customers with high-quality results. However, not all hydromulchers are created equal nor do they all produce the same results which can be frustrating if you are trying to pump the thickest slurries and get the most coverage out of every tank. With this in mind, Epic has taken the guesswork out of choosing the right hydromulchers because the entire line of Contractor Series Paddle Agitation HydroMulching Equipment provides you with everything you need to get the most coverage and thickest slurries with the best pumps.

Epic Advantage #7: Stainless Steel Tanks

Over time, landscapers and contractors incur continuous maintenance costs that associated with their hydromulching equipment that affects their net profits. From replacing belts and chains to maintaining the steel holding tank, it can add up to be a great sum of money that no one wants to pay for. With that being said, Epic has taken a few costs out of that equation so you can keep more money in your pocket. One of the most popular and sought-after options available on hydroseeding and hydromulching equipmenthydromulchinghydroseeding and hydromulching equipment by Epic is the stainless steel tank. 

Epic Advantage #5: Integral Flush Tank

When you're out on the job site and have just finished up your hydroseeding application, the next step in the process is cleaning out the system. Every contractor and landscaper knows the cleaning process is time-consuming and involves quite a few steps to clear the pump and hoses. And if you don't do it fast enough, a clog is highly likely because the longer the fibrous slurry made up of wood fibers, sits in the water, it will swell and if the water drains out of the mulch – there is your clog.