Kranzle K1322TS Pressure Washer


  

PLEASE READ:

ALL KRANZLE MACHINES ARE SHIPPED DIRECTLY FROM OUR SUPPLIER IN MARYLAND. ANY ACCESSORIES/FITTINGS PURCHASED WITH THE MACHINE ARE SHIPPED FROM OG IN FLORIDA. YOU WILL GET A SHIPPING UPDATE FROM US THAT MAKES IT LOOK LIKE EVERYTHING HAS SHIPPED TOGETHER. THE PRESSURE WASHER TRACKING WILL BE SENT SEPARATELY FROM THE REST OF THE SHIPMENT! THE ACCESSORIES MAY ARRIVE BEFORE THE PRESSURE WASHER, OR VICE VERSA! 


Description: 

I started the search for a wall mountable pressure washing solution almost 2 years ago when I built the wash bay at my house.  I headed down a rabbit hole that kept leading me down dead ends. Too much noise, not enough flow, fit/finish/quality concerns, are all issues I encountered.  That is the reason I ended up deciding to take a gamble on the Kranzle K165STS that I currently have in my wash bay. It certainly is great at 2800PSI and 2.8 GPM and looks absolutely fantastic.  The cons: it's loud, cycles for 30 seconds before turning off, and weighs 180lbs. Oh...another small issue...it was $4500 and they no longer make it!

What I really wanted for all of us is a small, compact pump that I could put on a shelf that looks and works like the Kranzle K1122TST.  That is the main component of my Obsessed Garage Complete Pressure Washing Solution. There are significant advantages to having that cart model, but what if you wanted to mount it on the wall with permanent plumbing, and a hose reel?

After the massive success I had with the 1122 package and my need for another wall mounted solution for OGHQ, I decided to design a less costly, more efficient wall mounted solution.  I bought a K1622 that was currently available. It is a 1600 PSI, 1.7GPM pump...but...it runs continuously. It doesn't have the "Total Stop" function the K1122TST has. It just wasn't good enough for our application.  Although the pump can run for hours in bypass mode, I think we want the pressure switch that would make this pump function better for car washing. 

Selling about 500 Kranzle pressure washers in 2017, got us a seat at a table with the engineers.  I did everything short of begging for a higher flow, lower pressure and cost pump that we can wall mount.  I also want it to shut off when you release the trigger. I basically asked them to take the pump from the 1122 and put it on the chassis of the 1622.  So...we've now got it, and it is called the K1322TS.


Buying Options in the Dropdown Menus:

The full Custom Installed Kranzle Solution with a shelf, hose reel, wand/gun/holder, etc. is a different item.  I want you to be able to buy the pump by itself if that's what you want. I've included some options here to allow you to create a system that's mobile.

Option 1: K1322TS Alone:  You get a power cord and a manual, nothing else.  To keep the cost down, I requested these be offered without any gun, wand, or hose.  The Kranzle gun/wand/hose are over $300 and aren't nearly as good as the other options I'm providing.

Option 2: Add Complete Mosmatic Swiveling Sprayer & Wand Solution:  This is the add-on option you will want to make this a fully functioning, pressure washing solution.  OR Add MTM PF-22.2 Foam Cannon:  If you need a foam cannon, this is the one. (Still need some sort of hose or reel)

Option 3: Add 50', 75' or 100' KobraJet Hose and Quick Disconnects:  This hose is the best I've found.  Termination, quality, pliability are all the best I've encountered.  This add-on option includes 3/8" NPT with male threaded ends on both sides (one swiveling), 50' Hose, MTM M22 Female to 3/8" Plug, and MTM 2 - 3/8" Stainless Female Quick Disconnect Couplers on both ends of the hose.


The Specs That Matter:

    • Rated PSI: 1300
    • Rated GPM: 2.1
    • Electrical Requirements: 110V, 15A (I would highly recommend you have a dedicated 20A if possible for use with foam cannon.)
    • Generator Requirements when Mobile: The official word from Kranzle is that you need a really stout generator to properly handle the amperage surges during startup and the auto start function. You need at minimum a 4800W generator to run this machine properly without issues in the long run. 
    • Weight: 43 lbs
    • Nozzle Size: If you are using an aftermarket gun and wand like one of our setups, you should use a 4.0 nozzle in either 40 degree or 25 degree. DO NOT use anything smaller than 4.0 as you run the risk of damaging the machine! The stock nozzle size on the OE Kranzle wands is 4.2.
    • Pressure Switch:  This turns off when the gun's trigger is released and is instantly turned on when pulled!
  • Dimensions:
      • 18.75" Length (front threaded outlet to longest part of plastic housing)
      • 12.5" Height x 7" Width with Handle Attached
      • 10.5" Height x 6.75" Width with Handle Removed


    Shipping:

    Shipping is included in price to continental US. The Kranzle units ship directly from our supplier in Maryland and usually take 1-2 business days to process. If you purchase this as part of a package or with other products, you will get a separate tracking notification for the machine itself!

    Shipping to Canada is an option for $100 extra.  Choose Canadian option in the dropdown box.

    If you are looking to ship to Hawaii or Alaska, please contact Jeff or Kyle at support@obsessedgarage.com for a shipping quote.


    Warranty Information:

    MTM offers a 60 day warranty for any possible defects with their products. Info about their warranty can be found HERE.

    Kranzle offers a 1 year warranty for commercial use, and 2 years for home use. Info about their warranty can be found HERE. If you ever have a problem with your machine, reach out to us, not Kranzle. They will send you back to us since you bought it from OG. Before you send us an email though, try to work through the issues yourself in our troubleshooting section below. Sometimes it’s a simple fix if you’re having trouble. 


    Installation, Troubleshooting, and FAQ:


    MY PRESSURE GAUGE HAS LIQUID, AND A BUBBLE!

    The gauge is filled with glycerin in order to work properly and has a bubble. This is normal!


    CAN I USE A KRANZLE WITH A WATER TANK?

    So the Kranzle K1322TS will actually draw from a tank on it's own as it has a self priming pump. The Kranzle manual states that it can pull water from up to 1m below, but we haven't tested that yet. Basically, anything that is level with your tank, or keeping the machine slightly under will work perfectly. DO NOT use an external pump as this can actually cause issues with the Kranzle. Also, be sure to note the power requirements on the product page. You'll need at least a 4800W generator to run a Kranzle if you’re mobile.


    HOW AND WHEN DO I CHANGE THE OIL?

    Here’s what the K1322TS manual has to say: 

    The first oil change should be carried out after approximately 50 operating hours. After that no further oil change will be necessary for the life cycle of the high-pressure cleaner. If it becomes necessary during repairs, or because the oil has a greyish color then the oil draining screw should be opened and the oil emptied into a container. The oil is to be caught in the reservoir and disposed of in an approved manner. We have the Kranzle specific oil in the store: KRANZLE GEAR OIL

    Here’s Matt’s video on the oil change procedure 


    MY KRANZLE INLET IS LEAKING.

    I’ve been having few people having this issue lately for whatever reason. Usually they are able to get past the problem by tightening down the male threaded plug into the inlet of the pressure washer further than you think. What’s happening is there is a swiveling coupler that is loose until you install a hose or fitting. When installing the plug, you are actually creating a seal on the inside against a rubber washer. As the threads are tightened, the swiveling coupler is pulled away from the pressure washer and creates a tight seal as it gets tighter. 

     

    It has less to do with the threads, and more to do with getting that coupler and plug as tight as necessary to create a tight seal. I would recommend 1-2 wraps MAX of teflon tape on the male threads, just enough to give it a bit of an easier time threading. Then tighten it down really far with the two pairs of pliers. The swiveling coupler on the inlet of the pressure washer should become very rigid and tight. Just don’t go crazy and way over tighten, you will split the rubber washer in there. If you need a new garden hose washer, just grab one from a hardware store for a few cents.