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Question for the Pros

 user 2003-09-15 at 7:33:00 am Views: 114
  • #4091

    I am using a suction device for pulling clear fluid through the jets of a lexmark style cartridges, and I need to know what is a safe range for setting my air pressure.

    I am currently running the suction at about 25 PSI

    I am concerned about getting the suction to high where it will damage the jet plate on the bottom of the cartridge.

    I am drawing the suction from the bottom of the cartridge, so in otherwords the fluid is passing from the cartridge tank down through the jets.

    Please email me with any suggestions:   kent@wallyssupermarkets.com

    Thanks,

    Kent