Turbo nozzle advice

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by bill, Jun 22, 2015.

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  1. bill

    bill Active Member
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    When using a turbo nozzle do you have your machine on high revs or about half thanks
     
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  2. Jake

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    Whatever you want, usually full for me as it's faster work...
     
  3. bill

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    Cheers Jake
     
  4. Jake

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    What were you thinking? That it wasn't good for the nozzle?
     
  5. Jake

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    If the patio has cement pointing then you do need to adjust the pressure according, so as not to blast out all the cement, but I find full revs is ok on most patios, sometimes 3/4 revs if it's looking like the cement is gonna get destroyed...

    Saying that, my mate uses full whack on a 21lpm machine and just makes sure he's accurate and not firing at the cement! Mad!
     
  6. bill

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    That's wot I've got 21 lpm I just thought it would be overkill at the moment I use a 15 degree nozzle on about half revs and it gets most stuff off
     
  7. TolishAPurd

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    I just have mine on full all the time, you only need to bring the nozzle away from the patio a bit if you want to go softer.
     
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  8. Jake

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    I see, yeah that's fair enough bill
     
  9. Dylan Yorks

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    On the subject of turbo nozzles I asked the person I got my pressure washer from what size it would need & was told 04 or 05. I asked what the difference was, how it could be either etc but no reply.

    Anyone able to help?

    Cheers.
     
  10. bill

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    I bought mine from beb Marriott he's on here he's very helpful and knows wot he's doing
     
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