The Allinone Pressure Washer/Bottle Sanitizer/Transfer Pump comes with the following items:
- Pump with built in pressure switch
- Washer Hose (Red) with Bottle Washer Head attached
- Return Hose (Blue) with screen attached
- Zip Ties
- Paper template to drill holes
For assembly, you will need:
- 5 gallon, or larger, plastic bucket. Preferably Food Grade.
- Drill Bit: 3/16” to 1/4”
- Drill Bit: 3/32” (optional for pilot hole)
- Ruler (optional)
- Wire Cutters (optional)
1 ) Drill holes in bucket for securing Bottle Washer Head.
The Bottle Washer Head is secured to the bucket with the provided zip ties. Drill holes in your bucket as follows:
If you do not have a template for drilling the holes, you can make one yourself. Since zip ties are flexible, the measurements do not have to be precise. The 4 holes are the corners of a rectangle. The rectangle is 1 inch across, and 2 inches high.
Using the template and marker, mark the position of the 4 holes to be drilled with the top most hole approximately 1.5 inches below the top rim of the bucket. Most buckets have reinforcing rims below the top rim. Avoid locating a hole on a rim. If the bucket has a handle, locate the holes away from the attachment point for the handle.
Hold up the Bottle Washer Head to hole marks and double check the location and spacing on the inside and the outside of the bucket.
Drill the holes using a 3/16” or 1/4″ drill bit. Note: It is helpful to use a 3/32” drill bit to drill a pilot hole to keep the larger drill bit from wandering.
2) Attach hoses to pump
Attach the Washer Hose (Red) to the pump outlet port (Red).
Attach the Return Hose (Blue) to the pump inlet port (Blue).
Note: The hose connections have “wings” on the nuts. Tighten to finger tight. Do not use tools on the wings or they will break off.
3) Attach Bottle Washer Head to Bucket
Use 2 zip ties to secure Bottle Washer Head to the Bucket.
From the outside of the bucket, insert one zip tie into a top hole. Have the “ribs” of the zip tie facing the opposing top hole. Hold up the Bottle Washer Head on the inside of the bucket to the zip tie. The zip tie should be at the same height as the threads on the connector that connect the Bottle Washer Head to the Hose. Thread the zip tie through the opposing top hole. Thread the end of the zip tie through the zip tie head, but do not fully tighten the zip tie yet.
From the outside of the bucket, the second into a bottom hole. Have the “ribs” of the zip tie facing the opposing bottom hole. The zip tie should be under the arm of the Bottle Washer Head that controls the valve. Ideally, the zip tie will be at the point where the metal discharge tube attaches to the main body of the Head. Thread the zip tie through the opposing bottom hole. Thread the end of the zip tie through the zip tie head, but do not fully tighten the zip tie yet.
Confirm the position of the Bottle Washer Head and position of the zip ties. Tighten the zip ties. The loose ends of the zip ties can be cut off using wire cutters or heavy duty scissors.