Constructor push-t


The inlet fitting for CONSTRUCTOR BRUSH has been upgraded.

The first generation T fittings were fitted such they were part of the top rinse bar.

Accordingly, they were also a jet.

The problems experienced by some operators were :

a) the jet could spin vertically with pull or push from the connecting pole tube (RHINO-TUBE) and project a beam of water at a different angle / angles to the other in-line jets. In the meantime, we have glued the jet hole. NEW SOLUTION : now it is solid.

b). The load from the pole tube (especially without TUBERUNNER fitted to carry the weight of the external tube), when combined with the swivel function of SIDE 2 SIDE, was either pulling the pole tube off the barb T, or it was breaking the barb T. NEW SOLUTION : now it is a Pushfit Male to match RHINO-TUBE.

All CONSTRUCTOR are now assembled ex-factory ‘upside-down’ compared to our first thoughts. This also removes the lateral forces from the tube going ‘over’ the SIDE 2 SIDE.

See this video from MATT ADWELL to see how to change your CONSTRUCTOR the same way.

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Nice, but now I’ve got that song running through my head. Get up on this!

Ah, push it - push it good
Ah, push it - push it real good

Haha - well - it makes sense with a focus on the UPSTROKE

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