These are the highest quality spray nozzles on the market, specially manufactured for use with SoftWash chemicals. They are tough, durable, and deliver optimum spraying performance.
THE SIZES OF NOZZLE
Our Spray Nozzles deliver a cone-shaped pattern to the surface and are available in four flow rates: to suit flows from 4 LPM up to 30 LPM from pressures of 4 to 45 Bar
The 6.5 is great for applying a range of biocides. Its lower flow rate gives steadier and more even rate of chemical delivery, helping to more effectively penetrate the biological growth that is responsible for staining. Whilst reducing chemical wastage through run off.
The 10 is best suited for the low pressure application of Sodium Hypochlorite based cleaning liquids. It offers higher flow rates when using a powered pump whilst keeping drift and overspray to a minimum, ensuring maximum safety for the operator.
The 12.5 is ideal for larger powered pump system where the operator has higher flows and pressure available to them. This larger nozzle allows for coarser droplets reducing drift and reducing surface pressure.
The 20 is specified for use with the larger pumps systems with high flows to allow a higher pump output where required.
FLOW RATES EXPLAINED
By reducing the size of the hole in the nozzle – the orifice – the output pressure and nozzle velocity increases – but this restricts the flow of fluid, so the flow rate decreases.
To best understand this, think of squeezing a garden hose at the end. The water will spray further but the flow rate will be reduced. To cover the same distance with same flow would need more energy (i.e. a bigger pump).
The 10 offers higher flow rates than 6.5 using a similar pump because the orifice is bigger.
WHICH WATER-FED POLES DO OUR NOZZLES FIT?
The nozzles fit the CLX and SLX range of Gardiner water fed poles. These poles were originally intended for professional window cleaning but we've found them to also be an excellent choice for soft washing.
Designed and Manufactured in the UK.
N.B. The blue push fit inlet for the hose is named after the outer diameter of the hose. So 8mm is for the most common micro-bore hose which has an outer diameter of 8mm.