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Overhead Water Gun

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$34.29 - $35.89
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GREAT FOR OVERHEAD MISTING.

If you do a lot of misting, you'll find this particular gun is an excellent choice since it is comfortable to use and provides a fine mist. 5" long with 3/8" ID and 1/4" OD. Comes with a screen on the inlet side.

Features

  • Overhead gun only
  • 5" long with 3/8" ID and 1/4" OD
  • Provides a fine mist
  • Hose sold separately

Product Specifications

Brand: Rapid Steam®
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 5" L; 3/8" ID, 1/4" OD
Material: Plastic
Why would water leak at the hose connection of a water gun?
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Make sure the hose is secure: retighten it if necessary. If the leak persists replace the hose gasket (CIS1, CIS2). Or use Teflon™ tape (WG1, WG2).
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Why would a water gun not spray?
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There could be a couple of reasons this would happen: 1. The strainer where the gun and hose meet may be plugged, take the strainer out using needle nose pliers, and either blow out the debris using an air hose or replace the strainer is the sediment build-up is too hard to remove. 2. The hole in the orifice may be clogged, the gun would have to be disassembled and the debris blown out using an air hose or mouth. Make sure the trigger is activating the plunger- Check the handle to make sure it’s functioning properly.
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How do I service an Overhead Water Gun if it continues to leak when not being used?
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Remove the pin holding the handle, remove the mouth of the gun. Slide the plunger tube back and lift it out. Replace the 2 “0” rings at each end of the tube. While the plunger tube is out- inspect the rubber seal at the front end of the tube. The seal should extend 1/64” of an inch and should have a tight seal. If this part of the tube is showing wear the plunger tube itself or the unit should be replaced. Remove debris from the drilled holes of the plunger tube. Clean the mouthpiece of the gun- make sure the hole in the mouthpiece is free of scale or debris. To reassemble the gun: Reinsert plunger, place the mouthpiece on top of the plunger tube and screw the mouthpiece into the thread of the gun. Lift the end on the plunger tube over the stop located inside the gun towards the middle. Make sure that the flat washer (at the end of the spring) rests against this stop. Insert the base of the plunger tube into the base of the gun housing. Separate the 2 washers between the set “c” rings and place the hinges of the handle between these 2 flat washers. Align the holes in the handle to the hoses in the gun housing. Replace the pin that holds the handle.
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What’s the best way to ensure my water gun will not leak?
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By using Teflon™ pipe tape.
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Why would a water gun (WG1, WG2, CIS2) burst if it were installed into an existing pressing station location?
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Most people will hook up a water gun to a condenser on a pressing station. If the condenser is not working properly, the condenser will allow like steam into the unit causing bursting units or heads on the guns. However, this can also happen if the trigger is held down to long on a functioning condenser. The condenser needs time to condense the steam down to water, if the trigger is held down to long, and the condenser hasn’t had time to condense the steam to water- you will also get live steam into the gun which can cause the gun to explode.
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