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Cleanspec Cumbria Limited

Hydro-Force Injection Sprayer Pro

Hydro-Force Injection Sprayer Pro

Regular price £185.00
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Finish Jobs Faster with Hydro-Force™ Injection Sprayers

For those that demand the best, the Hydro-Force Injection Sprayer Pro has all the great features you've come to expect along with a new 5 qt. container that makes the best sprayer in the industry even better! You can cut your spray time in half and quickly apply carpet presprays, deodorizers, tile and grout cleaning solutions, sanitizers, protectors and more.

  • New, patent-pending container design makes the Hydro-Force sprayer the most convenient sprayer on the market
  • The large side-fill port allows you to refill without removing the injector assembly
  • Wand holder to keep your wand off your customer's floor
  • Recessed handle
  • Operating pressure range of 100-1,000 PSI
  • Eliminates annoying mixing required by pump-up sprayers
  • High-quality quick connects allow your gun to swivel and permits quick removal

General Function: The Hydro-Force Injection Sprayer is based upon an injection system that consists of a specially designed valve that injects a concentrated chemical into the high-pressure water flow from the machine. Hydro-Force is designed for use with incoming water pressure of 400 PSI. The water flow is automatically reduced as it passes through the injector valve, thus reducing the pressure approximately 64%. To obtain the actual working pressure of your Hydro-Force Injection Sprayer, multiply your incoming pressure by 36%. The Hydro-Force Injection Sprayer is factory set to inject chemicals at a 1 to 8 ratio. Other chemicals may be used but should be prepared for a 1 to 8 dilution. The Hydro-Force pressure can be increased by putting a smaller jet at the end of the wand. This will, however, decrease the injection rate of your chemical. Your injection ratio may also change depending on the viscosity (thickness) of your chemical concentrate. The 1 to 8 ratio is based upon chemicals with a similar viscosity to water. The injection ratio can also be slightly affected by your main flow water temperature. This is generally not enough of a change to appreciably change the effectiveness of your system. We do, however, recommend the water temperature be kept below 200 degrees Fahrenheit, as higher temperatures can cause problems on the injection.


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