mixer to foam injector attaching issue
Hi fellow aircreters,
Am excited about this forum to share our works in a pinch / best of and blind alley discoveries.
I ordered this (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TUNB0L6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) Hajjar THOT would be a suitable replacement ... but the foam injector-to-mixer joining area is sloping so prevents the greased slip join described in the current instructions. link[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8Gz0wvavWpXVzV2WGk0VXIzTWg5OElyeENlbVg5SVNLRzF3/view?usp=sharing](pic link to mixer)
Questions I’m seeking replies to:
Has anyone tried to other ways to successfully strap injectors to mixers that uses diff methods? Metal arms that descend from the plastic housing to hold injector in place, etc?
How vital is having injectors push foam ONTO the blades vs more simply clipping injector to side of 55 gal mixing barrel to blend aircrete like so many youtube egs show. What functional advantages Hajjar does this method of injection have over the online YT examples?
I’m keen for any info re
a. mixers that hold huge blades as this seems to be a good function for quick + smooth blending.
b. mixers that have a domestic supplier for warranty and repair issues.
Thanks in advance!
Brian In Portland Oregon