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Specification Chart; General Information; Glossary; Tools Needed For Assembly - Craftsman 919.716171 Owner's Manual

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Your Power Sprayer Wand is intended for use with a 3½ Horsepower or larger
tank-type air compressor delivering at least 125 PSIG. The larger the air
compressor used the more powerful your washer will be.
Minimum Air Pressure (for applying detergent/degreaser):
Minimum Air Pressure (for washing/rinsing surfaces):
Maximum Air Pressure:
Minimum Water Pressure:
Maximum Water Pressure:
Maximum Water Temperature:
Maximum Chemical Draw Height:
(maximum distance washer can be above the chemical container.)
Optimum Chemical Flow Rate in the Air/Chemical Mode, with the air pressure
setting between 75 and 125 PSIG:
Approx. 10oz. per minute with a two foot draw height
Approx. 7oz. per minute with a five foot draw height
NOTE: Chemicals should have a viscosity (consistency or thickness) similar to
water-dilute as necessary.
Congratulations on your purchase of a
Sears Craftsman Power Sprayer
Wand! It is durable and versatile and
will serve you for years to come. Your
Power Sprayer Wand combines air
pressure with water, detergent or
degreaser to clean and degrease. It
can also be used for spraying lawn,
garden, trees or bushes. It has a
unique nozzle that allows you to
change from a direct, forceful blast to
a light, foliage mist with a push or a
pull.
SCFM: (Standard Cubic Feet Per
Minute); a unit of measure of air
delivery.
2 Wrenches: a 5/8" open end wrench
for the Non-Bleeder connector and an
adjustable wrench for the air hose.

SPECIFICATION CHART

GENERAL INFORMATION

GLOSSARY

TOOL NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLY
Your Power Sprayer Wand is
designed to spray in the following
modes:
Air only
Water only
Water and Air only
Air & chemical together
It is not designed to mix water and
chemicals internally. Chemicals
should be diluted with water before
entering the gun to achieve precise
control of chemicals.
PSIG: Pounds per square inch gauge;
a unit of measure of pressure.
All other parts on the Power Sprayer
Wand are tightened by hand.
5- ENG
40 PSIG
90 PSIG
125 PSIG
20 PSIG
100 PSIG
140 ºF
10 Feet
D20059

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