Pressure Washing Connection Diagram - correct?

Hi All,

Having read / watched etc. I think I’ve got a sense of where all the various bits of pressure washing equipment go and connect up with each other - as per the below diagram. Dotted lines are to suggest optional equipment.

This doesn’t have what, set-up how, used when, etc. - one understanding at a time :sweat_smile:

If you get a moment could you review and see if I’m missing anything?

Thanks,

Kewin

The downstream injector is on the machine right after the unloader. You’ll then have a short ‘whip line’ going to your reel which has the pressure line on it.

The supply/garden hose is on a reel, then a short hose to the buffer tank from it to the top with an automatic valve to prevent overflowing (Hudson).

That being said you’ll need a gear or belt drive machine to draw from a buffer tank, not the direct drive pictured. And the hose reels pictured aren’t for professional use.

Are you located outside the US?

Hi Chris,

Thanks for the reply- yep, UK based here.

Interesting on the positioning of the injector. Unless I’m not understanding what I’m looking at (very possible ;} ) I’ve seen both positions being used. In this one the injector is plugged onto the trigger, with the main pressure hose running from the trigger to the washer.
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Whereas here it’s configured as you suggest.
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Not sure on the physics, but certainly more practical I would have thought or is this something to do with ground level / roof level working? :thinking:

Tweaked the picture to be more representative, but thanks for the equipment pointers. Will be picking the ‘what’ is needed once I have a proper grip of ‘how’ this all works together.

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Aha, thanks for the clarification. Had to be something simple :melting_face:

Xjet is almost identical to an injector, just attached at the gun and can potentially draw 2-3 times as much chem. Drawback is you have to carry around a pail of SH which can be problematic. I ditched mine after a few months.

Many of us nix the xjet and switch to a dedicated 12v chem application system, and when you REALLY get the big-boy jobs you switch to an AR45 or air powered system.

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