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    Member Freshman Undergraduate goufg's Avatar
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    Surface Cleaner Nozzle Size

    I know it has been discussed, but I can't find the answer I am looking for even with searching though all the threads. I just bought a 30" 3 nozzle surface cleaner. I used it today for a few minutes and it was terrible! I am running 8 gpm @4000 psi. The surface cleaner came with 65 degree 2 orifice nozzles. I feel the 65 is way too broad. I am thinking of switching to 40 degree, but not sure which orifice size I should use. If I go with 2.5's that would give me 7.5 gpm. The 3's would be 9 gpm. Since I am using an 8 gpm set up, I assume I should get the 2.5's. My 20" SC has 25 degree tips and it cleans great. Would those be too small for the 30" cleaner?

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    Assistant Deans 7000 PLUS POSTER Doug Rucker's Avatar
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    3 nozzles???? you can try the 25's but you probably need 2502.5 if its a two nozzle bar...
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