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    Check valve

    Just thinking out loud. Would an injector work better with an inline (chem line) check valve instead of the ball and spring. Less restriction?


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    Hey Al, are you referring to the check valve at the end of the suction tube with the filter/strainer or in the body of the injector?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clean2be View Post
    Hey Al, are you referring to the check valve at the end of the suction tube with the filter/strainer or in the body of the injector?

    Mike
    Up close to the injector.


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    Well, obviously you can't remove the check ball and spring which is located in the injector body however, I don't run the additional check ball and spring which is typically found in the filter/strainer.

    I run a larger(plastic with 316ss screen) AG filter/strainer at the end of the suction tube which doesn't have a check ball and spring. I purchased the one designed for 3/8" hose. I run 3/8" suction line to 8" before the injector and step it back down to the 1/4" for the injector barb.

    I've got 12' of the 3/8" line running to my chem tank. With the stainless SSS injector, it'll suck the balls off of a goat!!!

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