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Hydro Systems 113230HAC SuperDos 45 Highly Aggressive Chemical Injector - .3 Percent

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Non-electric, fluid-driven proportional injector for flow rates up to 45 GPM. Separate internal mixing chamber provides for uniform mixing. Interchangeable lower ends provide the ability to adjust ratios while in operation. This version of the SuperDos 45 is designed to be safely used with highly aggressive chemicals (HAC).

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Technical Specifications

Max GPM: 45
Inlet Port: 1 1/4 inch
Outlet Port: 1 1/4 inch
Max PSI: 100

Product Description

SuperDos 45 Hazardous Fluid Injector - .3%

Get the right mix without the need for a nearby electrical hookup! The SuperDos 45 .03% injects liquid concentrates into a water supply line using fluid flow as the power source. Proprietary composite body offers chemical compatibility, even with aggressive chemicals. Interchangeable lower ends provide the ability to adjust ratios while in operation. Great for applications including car wash applications, cleaning, descaling, disinfecting and decontamination, hydroponics, misting systems, agricultural applications, soaps and foams, and much more!

This version of the SuperDos 45 has components that have advanced chemical resistance. See list below for examples of aggressive chemicals that can be used with this injector.


  • Flow Rate: 0.25 - 45 GPM
  • Operating Pressure: 5 - 100 PSI
  • Temperature Range: 34° F to 100° F
  • Injection Rate: 1:4000 - 1:333 (.025% to .3%)
  • Inlet/Outlet Connections: 1 1/4" NPT/BSP

SuperDos HAC Models Can Be Used Aggressive Chemicals Including (but not limited to):

  • Acetic Acid
  • Various Alcohols
  • Antifreeze (Glycol-based)
  • Boric Acid
  • Butyric Acid
  • Citric Acid
  • Peroxy Acetic Acid
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Sodium Hypochlorite

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