AccuMax 4P Chemical Dispenser

Chemical dispensing system that can be customized to suit user needs.

The AccuMax 4P from Hydro Systems is an all-in one chemical dispenser. Capable of storing up to four chemicals, it comes standard with patented dilution control technology with customizable designs to help organizations promote their brands.

chemical dispenserIn addition to a quick installation and setup time with the use of a mounting bracket, the AccuMax 4P has an intuitive, user-friendly design that stands up to daily wear and tear along with tool-free maintenance. AccuPro Pressure Regulation Technology eliminates dilution variance to ensure customers use the right amount of chemical every time. The unit can also accommodate most two to three liter bottles of cleaning solution, which are stored behind locked enclosures to protect workers and customers.

The AccuMax 4P is Rite-Connect closed-loop system compatible with a chemically resistant select valve. It is available with two types of eductors to satisfy regulatory requirements. E-Gap eductors provide backflow protection through use of an elastomeric sleeve while AirGap uses a 1″ gap of air between the water source and the chemical inlet to provide backflow protection. Both are ASSE 1055B approved.

The AccuMax 4P offers custom branding opportunities with company color and logo options. Users can also choose to have the chemical dispenser pre-plumbed in the factory or add a drip tray. Other customizations include a 1.5 GPM flow rate and additional accessories.

“The AccuMax 4P gives chemical manufacturers and end users peace-of-mind when it comes to the quality of their dispensing systems,” said Alistair Blair-Davies, global director of brand & marketing communications, Hydro Systems. “It is imperative to ensure that the correct amount of chemical is being used in order to clean a facility effectively and safely. The AccuMax 4P ensures cleaners are using the correct dilution every time, leading to less cleaning chemical waste, and a cleaner, safer facility.”