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See how you can clean your Delta Kits Injector and Screw Type Injector Plunger so it will be fully functional for your next windshield repair.
First, separate the piston from the cylinder immediately after use, and lock the piston in the vacuum position. A fully functioning injector should slide back and forth smoothly and evenly with ease.
Rinse both parts thoroughly with denatured alcohol.
Remove the parts from the denatured alcohol and set the piston back into the pressure position. Rinse the parts thoroughly once again.
Blow dry or wipe dry with a paper towel. If you use canned air, make sure it’s a type that doesn’t have a lubricant in it.
Store the piston and cylinder separately in your Delta Kits toolbox with the piston in the pressure position. Be sure to keep the lid closed to reduce UV exposure. Damage caused by a failure to properly clean the injector voids the warranty, so please take the extra two minutes to thoroughly clean your injector after each windshield repair. With proper maintenance, you are protecting the investment you…. Continue Reading
How to Properly Clean and Maintain your I-100 Injector
The following video demonstrates the step-by-step process to properly clean and maintain your Delta Kits I-100 injector. Failure to properly clean the injector can make it inoperable. If your injector becomes cured, which bonds the parts together making it stuck, please contact Delta Kits.
This video demonstrates the importance of keeping your I-100 injector clean and free from resin. Typically, during the summer, we get a number of calls from technicians who have cured their injectors. This can be prevented by following the proper cleaning techniques demonstrated in this video. The cleaning process is really basic, but must be performed properly and consistently.
First, separate the piston from the cylinder immediately after use, and lock the piston in the vacuum position. A fully functioning I-100 injector should slide back and forth…. Continue Reading