Does anyone have any recommendations for a residential insulation blower?  We currently use an InsulMaxx 5000, and we've been pretty happy, but I feel like it's overkill for most of our applications.  We're usually blowing 1500-1800 lbs of celllulose per hour, and I'd prefer a 110 V service capacity to minimize generator usage.  Any brands that stand out in terms of performance and reliability?

Thanks,

Jim

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