CT-200 Tornador Nozzle Cone Repair Kit
- Repair Kit for the Tornador Classic Z-010 and the Blow Out Tool Z-014
- Keep the Tornado Like Air Flowing Through Your High Pressure Car Cleaning Tool
- Prolong the Tornador Tool Life and Performance
- Does Not Fit the Tornador Black Z-020
The Repair Kit Includes:
- 1 Plastic Cone (CT-100)
- 1 Weighted Tube Assembly (CT-101)
- 1 Gasket (Plastic Washer)
HOW TO KNOW WHEN YOU NEED A REPAIR KIT: First, do a visual and touch inspection of the cone and weighted tube assembly. Then, replace the cone if it has become grooved by more than 1/16th of an inch. Second, do a visual inspection of the weighted tube. It only needs to be replaced when the weights are smooth or the tube has become damaged.
HOW TO REPLACE THE CT-200 TORNADOR NOZZLE REPAIR KIT:
- 1. Clean the threads on the Tornador Cleaning Tool
- 2. Replace the washer
- 3. Do not use thread tape
- 4. Rotate cone onto the gun until snug but do not over-tighten
Weighted Tube Replacement
1. Remove the old tube assembly using a 10 mm boxed end wrench.
2. Clean the threads of loose debris before installing the new tube.
3. Use caution when placing the weighted tube over the liquid inner tube. Do not bend or crimp.
4. Tighten the weighted tube assembly.
5. Install the washer and the cone.
TORNADOR MAINTENANCE TIPS:
- For longer wear, do not exceed the air pressure above 90 psi.
- Always pre-vacuum the area to remove large amounts of dirt and debris before using the Tornador Tool.
- Avoid dropping the Tornador Car Cleaning Tool.
- Disconnect the gun from the compressor when not in use.
- Avoid drips from the tip. Turn the liquid valve to the horizontal position after use.
- Avoid stripping the threads by tightening the gun assembly by the jar and lid.
- Keep the Tornador Nozzle Cone clean during use by frequently rinsing the dirt out.
HOW TO CLEAN THE CONE AND WEIGHTED TUBE: In a bucket of soapy water place the nozzle cone 2-3 inches into the bucket. Trigger once or twice. The tip will be clean.
SAFETY TIPS: Work in well ventilated areas, do not use in closed environment. Use appropriate eye and face protection.
TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS:
- Tip will not oscillate: Check for low air pressure.
- Tip moves slowly: Check for dirt build up around weighted tube.
- Tip drips fluid: Keep liquid valve horizontal when not in use.
- Tool will not deliver liquid: Check pickup tube in jar for debris and rinse.
- Tool delivers air and no liquid: Restricted tube, place in bucket of soapy water.