PRESSURE WASHER FILTER VIDEO
This PRESSURE WASHER FILTER VIDEO explains in detail installing and maintaining a very important pressure washer element. It’s the HIGH PRESSURE INLET FILTER that is the subject of this post! When and where are they used? How do they work? What do I do to maintain them? Those are the questions this PRESSURE WASHER FILTER VIDEO answers! Thank you for watching and be sure to ask questions in the comments section of this YouTube video!
CONNECTION WITH SURFACE CLEANER
In this PRESSURE WASHER FILTER VIDEO, I explain the various sizes they come in. And I talk about how I connect them to my surface cleaner, as well as how easy they are to move between surface cleaners. These high pressure filters can handle 5000 psi and about 200 degrees Fahrenheit heat. At 2:30, you’ll see the small screen inside the filter housing that will trap or catch debris from the water flow. It is 100 micron mesh. Also, it is easy to take it out and clean it when necessary. This filter helps keep surface cleaner nozzles from getting clogged with sand or debris moving in the water. The one I use is a 3/8 size inlet. Pay close attention to the arrow on the filter that designates the water flow direction. Also in this PRESSURE WATER FILTER VIDEO is the reminder to use teflon tape and seal with loxeal to prevent leaking.
CONNECTION WITH TURBO NOZZLE
At 5:20 of this PRESSURE WASHER FILTER VIDEO, another size is the quarter inch. You should utilize this size most commonly on turbo nozzles. It can also be helpful for smaller surface cleaners. I clearly explain in detail how this particular filter size connects to a turbo nozzle. At 6:45, you’ll find some great insight on maintenance demonstrations of these filters in various sizes. I provide MONTHLY TRAINING EVENTS to help pressure washing businesses expand their services and grow their business!