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Which SS Bay Guns do you use?

mjwalsh

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We have had customers say they like the below KR linked gun because of the variable pressure as they squeeze the trigger more or less. On the down side some have said that it is harder to squeeze than other guns they have used. No problem with water dripping on their feet like some old previous dump guns that we tried would do. The dump gun probably helps when it comes to delaying total freeze up of the gun's tiny nozzle in our rare "sometimes unavoidable" freeze up situations.

As far as for durability & lower cost the other guns othes have linked to probably make way more sense. We are thinking that this dump gun also helps save on our Cat 310 pumps because if the customer leaves the hi pressure on without squeezing the trigger ... there is no danger of the pump's safety bypass loop heating up.

A good weep capable gun would probably take care of our concern for heat build up with the "pump's safety bypass loop" ... i am not 100% sure???

 

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Get rid of the breakaways and replace with a 1/4x1/4 adaptor. Get from Wintrax, not the one I linked to at Kleen Rite. The ones from Wintrax are good Parker brand and will not break when the gun is dropped like the KR ones.
 

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Get rid of the breakaways and replace with a 1/4x1/4 adaptor. Get from Wintrax, not the one I linked to at Kleen Rite. The ones from Wintrax are good Parker brand and will not break when the gun is dropped like the KR ones.
After the second welded coupling I had ripped out of a boom by someone leaving the gun on his trailer (Same guy both times) I started putting a 3/8" one on the end of the boom for protection.
 
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