I find that in some injectors the ball stick in the o-ring. I have to open the gun and push the ball with a pointy object. Usually the first part of the day and that's it. I find they will stick when I use the bypass valve. It's like the pressure just hammers the ball into the o-ring.
I put a three bar on my steel eagle for pressure washing concrete. At the same time I did this my nozzles started clogging even though I increased the size. Recently I cleaned out the coils in my heater and I found this:
I got a lead on some vans needing to have the old wrapping removed so they can put on new ones. Can anyone help me with some advice on the best way to remove this quickly, safely and enviro friendly as reasonably possible?? Thanks
Since we have been so busy this year we have had to subcontract work out to some local power washers. Here we hired two subs for the concrete cleaning and used our regular employees for the building washing. 5 hours on a Saturday to prepare for a Company event at an industrial plant.