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Boiler Controls

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The Boiler Control Circuit

Burner controls are generally wired in series to the solenoid valve on the fuel pump or to the gas valve on the gas-fired equipment. One electrical supply leg runs from the burner switch through each of the safety devices to the solenoid valve. Any safety or control device on this leg can break the circuit. The other electrical supply leg can break the circuit. (more…)

Flow Switches

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Introduction To The Flow Switch

The flow switch is a safety device, which prevents burner firing when water flow is interrupted. The switch body is plumbed into the fluid system so that water flows through it when the system is operating and the trigger gun valve is open. (more…)

The Ignition Transformer

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The Ignition transformer takes line voltage and steps it up to the approximately 10,000 volts to create the spark that jumps the gap between the ignition electrodes. (more…)

Electrical Switches

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Switch Types

There are several switch types, which may be used in high pressure cleaning equipment. (more…)

Sand Blast Kits

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Produce up to 45% more work with 20% less sand with this heavy-duty industrial grade sand blast kit. It will remove coatings from almost any surface, such as metal, heavy graffiti accumulations, and paint preparation. (more…)

Tips on Pressure Washers

Tips on Pressure Washers


Weather a professional pressure washer, car detailer, farmer or homeowner you know the benefits of owning a powerful pressure washer, and how they can save you time and energy on cleaning most any surface. Commercial quality pressure washers will last 5-10 times longer than any homeowner type. By spending a little more up front you can save thousands in the long run. (more…)

Pressure Washer Maintenance

Cleaning and examining your pressure washer on schedule will save you time and money.

Cleaning and examining both your pressure washer and the accessories you use with it, before and after each use, will help you avoid problems with performance, and will save you money on parts and repairs. Refer to your owner manual for special guidelines that are appropriate to your pressure washer’s make and model. O-rings keep the spray wand and hose connections tight and leak free, while screen (or high pressure) filters help prevent debris from clogging hoses and damaging the water pump. Through normal operation of the pressure washer these parts can become clogged, worn, or damaged so they should be cleaned or replaced before the unit is operated. (more…)