by Dean Dean

TRAILER RIG BUILD

This TRAILER RIG BUILD video post details work for a customer from Atlanta, Ga.  In this particular post, I do take a little more time and cover some of the products in greater detail.  I also point some of the specific installation and plumbing features as part of this project.  We are aware of and receive many questions from people who are trying to build your own rig.  So this TRAILER RIG BUILD video will be very helpful to that end.

PRESSURE WASHER

To start things off, this trailer has a 5 GPM pull start pressure washer.  It is plumbed directly to a water tank with a uniseal bulk head and water inlet banjo with filter.  There is also a second tank for bleach.  The banjo cam locks make it real convenient to drain the water tank and use the water to fill a five gallon bucket or do some equipment rinsing.  The water tank also has a Topaz Compact Float Valve.  The unloader has a whip hose directly connected to the hose reel with downstream bypass injector.  At about 2:50, I explain in detail how this works and how it helps save time, effort and energy.  We alot of uniseals for all our builds because they eliminate possible air leaks.

HOSE REELS

This TRAILER RIG BUILD also has a Kings Stack hose reel unit.  It has three hoses, a garden hose, a pressure hose and a soft wash hose.  I also explain how a mountain box with three way poly valve inside helps with the bypass injector.  The main purpose of this is to be able to rinse out the downstream injector so that bleach does not corrode it.   Of course, the KINGSLINGER SOFT WASH SYSTEM is our proprietary unit along with the drain kit.  This three valve system can be personally adapted and used according to your own personal needs for water, bleach and another cleaner.  Be sure and leave a comment if you have any questions about this TRAILER RIG BUILD.  We work closely with all of our customers to provide custom rig builds for trucks, vans, trailers and skids.

Doug Rucker's Pressure Washing School
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