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Sprayers & Pumps
Sprayer Accessories • Drum & Dispensing Pumps
A.
Polyethylene Discharge Kit
Includes extension wand and adjustable nozzle. Use for with RL FLO-
MASTER
®
Industrial Tank Standard Sprayers and Industrial Tank Acid-
Resistant Sprayer (sold separately).
RLF 1913PB
Each
B.
Brass Discharge Kit
Includes extension wand and flat-fan nozzle. For RL FLO-MASTER
®
Industrial Tank Commercial-Grade Sprayer (sold separately).
RLF 1910BV
Each
C.
Soft Goods Kit
Replacement parts for tank sprayers RL FLO-MASTER
®
Industrial Tank
Standard Sprayers, Industrial Tank Acid-Resistant Sprayer and Industrial
Tank Commercial-Grade Sprayer (sold separately).
RLF 1910SGV
Each
D.
Metal Pump
Self-priming, chrome-plated pump. Resists chemical action of noncorrosive
liquids. Pumps 22-oz. per stroke. For 15-, 30- and 55-gal. drums with
2-in. openings.
UNS 422
Each
E.
Siphon Drum Pump
Made from polyethylene for 15-, 30- and 55-gal. drums. Red.
UNS 423
Each
F.
Plastic Drum Pump with Pail Adapter
Fits both
3
4
-in. and 2-in. openings. Includes one pail adapter that
snaps onto 5-gal. pails. Pumps 8-oz. per stroke. Pump fits 15-, 30- and
55-gal. drums.
UNS 428
Each
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B
C
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F
G
D
G.
Econo Dispensing Pump
Pumps 1-oz. per stroke. Cap (38mm) with 10
3
4
-in. 3-tube length. Ideal for
oils and solvents. Fits standard gallon bottles.
UNS 417
Each
“Green cleaning” refers to the use of products and procedures that are more healthful and
environmentally conscious than others serving the same function. The Green Seal
Environmental
Standard for Commercial and Institutional Cleaning Services (GS-42), establishes environmental
requirements specifying green chemicals, supplies and equipment as well as cleaning procedures. It
also mandates employee training and communication with building owners and occupants.
GREEN CLEANING PROCESSES
Carefully plan and time the chemical cleaning process. Keep a schedule of events and plan to disinfect
high-traffic areas and entrances more frequently than those areas where access is limited.
Identify occupants with special needs and implement a plan sensitive to those needs. For instance,
if there are allergies to the chemicals used in cleaning, or any other allergies, be sure to design the
cleaning process to avoid exposing occupants. In order to identify effectively, get the word out and
invite anyone with concerns to notify the staff of their specific needs.
Reduce chemical waste by using dilution methods as instructed by the manufacturer, tracking quantities
of chemicals used and using appropriate dispensing technology to limit overuse of chemicals.
Improve indoor air quality by maintaining sufficient outdoor ventilation. Ventilate properly when
chemicals are being used in cleaning. Design a ventilation system where airflow is properly reaching the
interior of the building.
Chemicals aren’t the only things releasing VOCs. Certain cleaning equipment releases harmful
emissions. To reduce the impact of these effects, properly maintain your equipment and/or replace with
VOC Compliant equipment.
Disinfection should be limited to surfaces where pathogens collect, such as door handles, bathrooms
and other high-traffic surfaces where there is much hand contact.