Asking because curious, what type of filtering do you have going to the injector?
Pretty careful with my Chem tank, but was thinking about contaminates and what the standard cage will catch.
I like the idea of the remote, but I like to keep it simple. Each addition increases the chance of failure in any system.
That and I don’t mind walking back to switch injector to the clean water pail. Gives me a chance to take a look from far away, plus I need water a lot, I use the break to keep hydrated more than anything lol.
Yeah, every job. It was the heat causing it to not open all the way, once it cooled off it worked normally. I moved it to the other side but may just stick it outside with some magnets when I get to the house.
I have tried those valves on multiple applications. Downstreaming and using one for spraying salt brine in the winter. I can tell you from experience that they will get hot and overheat if left on very long if it’s -10 or 99 outside.
When it fails switch to a US Solid 12v ball valve. It won’t get hot and eventually overheat like a solenoid valve. The only time power is applied is when it’s turning to open or close for those few seconds. With the solenoid valve power is constantly on when in the open position so they get really hot which will eventually lead to failure. That won’t happen with a ball valve.