Industry Update (Game Changer Video #1) Injection Sprayers Modifications

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I got 2 dislikes already on YouTube. I wonder who they are lol.
 

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I don’t know but sure do like the approach. I don’t like videos that insinuate others are this and that. But you stuck with the facts and it helped me see some positives I didn’t realize about applying prespray this way. Thanks for the hard work, I’m looking forward to seeing the next one.
 

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Very nice video. While I am familiar with much of this, some of it I learned trial and error. Much better to watch a video. Besides, it’s good to review the reminders. Looking forward to your next video Rob.
 

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Nice work Rob! Did you ever look at the video I sent to you about the van curtain? I need one for my new van, are you going to make these available? Starting to go look at a marine upholster.
 
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Nice work Rob! Did you ever look at the video I sent to you about the van curtain? I need one for my new van, are you going to make these available? Starting to go look at a marine upholster.
I did. Biggest problem I have is I am buried in work and projects. I know it’s a good problem to have but man I’m getting old.
 
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One of these days we will turn on tv at 3am and there will be rob selling carpet supplies !!

Just ribbing ya rob lol
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Excellent video and wandwizard approved. I knew all those hours I spent obsessing over my Hydroforce would come in handy some day! :D I found one detail that might be of help to some thanks to a question by someone on Youtube about using it with machines with lower psi. IMHO as long as you're working between a close range like 300 to 500 psi I wouldn't worry about it although it does slightly alter your dilution. Higher than 400 psi weakens dilution and lower than 400 psi strengthens the mix a bit. Yes, I actually tested this out.

Hydroforce does recommend getting the metering tip kit if you use an extractor with 50, 100, 150, 200 psi etc. For example, if you use a 100 psi extractor simply leave the standard yellow tip in and you will get 1:4 using whatever chem you're using according to directions. A 200 psi extractor needs the black tip so you need to purchase the metering kit to get it right. This pdf has a useful chart if anyone cares to be more exact at lower pressures.
 

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Excellent video and wandwizard approved. I knew all those hours I spent obsessing over my Hydroforce would come in handy some day! :D I found one detail that might be of help to some thanks to a question by someone on Youtube about using it with machines with lower psi. IMHO as long as you're working between a close range like 300 to 500 psi I wouldn't worry about it although it does slightly alter your dilution. Higher than 400 psi weakens dilution and lower than 400 psi strengthens the mix a bit. Yes, I actually tested this out.

Hydroforce does recommend getting the metering tip kit if you use an extractor with 50, 100, 150, 200 psi etc. For example, if you use a 100 psi extractor simply leave the standard yellow tip in and you will get 1:4 using whatever chem you're using according to directions. A 200 psi extractor needs the black tip so you need to purchase the metering kit to get it right. This pdf has a useful chart if anyone cares to be more exact at lower pressures.
That is quite accurate Randy... with the black tip at low pressure (150 keyed). With 22 oz of concentrate I can cover 500-700ft² thoroughly at ⅝ GPM through the hydroforce. With no tip at this pressure a hydroforce sucks it in like an 18 wheeler!
 
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