- OVER 400 flushes to one quart of chemical
- Blue Streak Chemical CLEANS, LUBRICATES and DEODORIZES
- ECONOMICAL and CONVENIENT
- FULLY AUTOMATIC
- Each time you flush, Blue Streak Chemical is automatically dispensed into your system.
- ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
- Non-Formaldehyde based, does not waste chemical when dumping frequently.
How It Works
The Blue Streak Dispenser is a chemical
injector that adds a metered amount of chemical to the flush line of RV stools.
The t-valve is a venturi that creates a
vacuum to draw the chemical from the reservoir and mixes it with the water
passing through the t-valve. The t-valve also contains a check valve to
stabilize the systems between flushes. On the side of the t-valve is a small
arrow, which indicates the direction the water needs to flow through it to
create a vacuum. If installed backwards it will not draw chemical from the
The metering tip controls how much chemical
to water ratio (or mix) you get in the stool. The approximate mix is one ounce
chemical to five gallons of water. It should give you a color mix that is
between a royal blue and a sky blue in the stool. The tip is preset and
there is no adjustment.
The reservoir, which is mounted on the wall,
should be no higher than the top of the stool. It can be mounted lower than the
stool or in a basement compartment. If the reservoir is mounted higher
than the stool, the chemical will flow freely into the bowl and give you a very
dark blue color.
If you remove the line from the
reservoir always be sure to use silicone sealer on the fitting when reattaching
the line. The mold line on the stem sometimes will allow chemical to
leak out if you don't.
The tube pinch on the line between the tank
and the t-valve is a service clamp, only for use when repairing the stool, or to
stop the flow of the chemical.
How do I winterize the Blue Streak Dispenser
Run the chemical level as low as possible in the reservoir and
winterize your unit as you would normally. To remove excess chemical from the
reservoir; unscrew the tank from the wall leaving tubing attached to tank and
pour chemical into another container.