Whether spraying chemicals, water or plain ol' air, high pressure spray nozzles pack the punch and get the job done in a powerful way. And if you think a nozzle is just a nozzle, think again.
High pressure nozzles are manufactured for dozens of applications and are used in a multitude of ways. Some are stainless steel, others are plastic. Some are flexible, others are rigid. Some are designed to spray wide areas, others are designed to be amazingly precise. When shopping for a high pressure nozzle, it's good to be armed with information such as:
1. What will be going through your high pressure nozzle
2. Your high pressure source when using high pressure nozzles
3. The type of spray head your high pressure nozzle needs to get the job done
Determine how your high pressure nozzle will be usedA high pressure nozzle designed to spray air is manufactured to different specifications than a nozzle designed to spray water or lawn chemicals. It's wise to be sure that the nozzle you purchase is designed for what you plan to spray through it.
Consider the pressure source when using high pressure nozzlesThe pressure in high pressure can come from a pressure washer, a high pressure pump, automated equipment and even the nozzle itself. Although most nozzles attach to wands or hoses, that's not always the case with the robotic equipment used in industrial settings.
Decide what type of spray head your high pressure nozzle needsHigh pressure spray nozzles are available in a variety of head sizes and configurations. Whether you need to spray the widest areas, the smallest nooks and crannies or something in-between, there's likely a nozzle out there to do the job. If your need is unique, custom high pressure spray nozzles could be an option.
- Be sure to keep your high pressure spray nozzle away from anything that you don't intend to spray, especially other people. Serious injuries have been reported.