What is a chemical injector?
Chemical Injector 1.8 The soap injector allows you to apply soaps or cleaning chemicals at low pressure through your pressure washer. These downstream injectors are designed to apply chemical only when running under low pressure (250 PSI or less). Use a large orifice nozzle to get the soap injector to work.
How does a chemical injector work?
When a chemical or soap nozzle is used, and the pressure is reduced below this point, the ball can lift from the seat inside the injector, and allow chemical to flow. The lower the pressure, the easier it is for the chemical to enter the water stream.
What is an upstream chemical injector?
Upstream Chemical Injector – SUT64 Designed to introduce detergents (high pressure soap applications) into the water system upstream from the pump at a high pressure.
How does a downstream chemical injector work?
A down stream injector works by Venturi effect. Simply put this means that the water from the pressure washer is pushed into a constricted section in the injector. As a result the increased velocity of fluid creates a vacuum, drawing in the solution.
What is a XJET?
The X-Jet is a nozzle that connects to a pressure washing gun and lets you shoot a variety of chemical mixes, including bleach, up to 40 feet safely from the ground. It’s a great option for soft washing because you can use it with your existing power washing equipment.
What is Downstreaming in power washing?
Downstream injection is a means of applying chemicals with the use of a pressure washer. It is an effective way of applying chemicals, as long as the end solution of the chemical being applied will be effective at dilution rates of 8-1 and higher. Dilution ratio depends on the GPM of your pressure washer.
What size downstream injector do I need?
Usually size 1.8 is good for 2-3GPM machines, size 2.1 is good for 3-5GPM machines, and 2.3 is good for 6-8GPM machines.
Why is my soap injector not working?
If your soap injector does not seem to work, then it is highly likely that the buildup of the backpressure of the flowing stream of water is relatively high, which prevents the chemical’s suction. To check this, you should first inspect your nozzle and check if it’s high pressure or a low-pressure nozzle.
How is air and fuel mixed in an injector?
– System cost – Engine performance and vehicle driveability (ease of starting, smooth running, etc.) – exhaust emissions – Diagnostic provisions and ease of service – Fuel efficiency – Reliability – Ability to run on various fuels
How to bleed air out of injector pump?
Ensure that the fuel filters are installed properly and not clogged.
How to rebuild an injector?
Take the fuel injector system apart. Take the fuel injector apart.
How to make an injector?
Make sure that the batteries are correctly set in the case When the vein is visible enough, choose the distal site of the tail for injection to allow for further attempts going upward toward the base of the tail, because injection frequently fails.