Overview of Blue Streak™ Auto Dispenser

Blue Streak Automatic Dispenser Connects Easily to Existing RV and Marine Toilets.

T Valve

Connect t-valve to toilet flush line.

IMPORTANT: There is an arrow on the valve, make sure that points the direction of the flow of water.

Mount Reservoir

Mount the reservoir on the wall.

IMPORTANT: The reservoir must be mounted lower than the top of the stool.

fill with blue streak, flush once

Fill reservoir with Blue Streak and once full flush.

IMPORTANT: Only use Blue Streak in your reservoir. Other chemicals could turn into a solid and cause blockage or eat plastics.

On some toilets the flush line is hard to reach, or requires that the toilet be removed for proper installation. This is typically 2 screws and a relatively simple process.

How it Works

The Blue Streak Dispenser is a chemical injector that adds the perfect metered amount of chemical to the toilet for each flush. The T-valve is a venturi that creates a vacuum to draw the chemical from the reservoir and mixes with the water passing through the valve. When installing make sure to look at the arrow on the valve and install it pointing the direction of the water flow into the toilet. A metering tip on the valve controls the proper Blue Streak chemical to water ratio that gets added to the stool. The approximate mix is one ounce of chemical to 5 gallons of water. The color should be between a sky blue and a royal blue. The ratio is metered directly within the valve and does not need to be adjusted / is not adjustable.

The reservoir, which is mounted on the wall, should be no higher than the top of the stool. It can be mounted lower than the stool or in a basement compartment. If you remove the line from the reservoir always be sure to use silicone sealer on the fitting when reattaching the line. The mold line on the stem sometimes will allow chemical to leak out if you don’t. The tube pinch on the line between the tank and the t-valve is a service clamp, only for use when performing any maintenance on the stool, or to stop the flow of the chemical. It’s not used to control the chemical to water mix ratio.