Changing Jets

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by OoO, Feb 8, 2013.

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  1. OoO

    OoO Guest

    Would like to reduce the size of Gardiner jets that come as standard in brushes.

    Any idea people on how I could do this.

    Just want to give it a go to see if its saved a bit of water.
     
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  2. David Taylor

    David Taylor Well-Known Member
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    They do so plastic fan jets that just push in i think, never seen any smaller pencil jets.
     
  3. David Taylor

    David Taylor Well-Known Member
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    push into the pencil jets already installed i mean.
     
  4. OoO

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    Tried fan and got some fans. Fancied trying a smaller jet you see.
     
  5. Dodger

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    That brush set with like half a dozen brushes sorry can't remember name but someone will know has some 1mm jets so they must make em somewhere.
     
  6. David Taylor

    David Taylor Well-Known Member
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    If you have the fan jets still, would it be possible to drill a 1mm hole? might be a bit of precision engineering haha
     
  7. OoO

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    Worth a try drilling I suppose. Probably pointless and will hate the flow rate lol
     
  8. mark m

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    have you tried the gardiners high pressure fan jets that will work under normally pressure
     
  9. Belfastcleaning

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    Surely slowing down the flow rate will slow down your working speed.. When I started wfp I was using 30 on my flow control.. Have been gradually increasing it and this week I was working with it on 60... 1 house I did I had it on 90!!
     
  10. OoO

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    Yeah I have. Prefer pencil on some jobs though.
     
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