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is there much difference between  turbo nozzles  in getting the  job done  and the price  some better than others 

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Like all things there are good quality ones and cheap copies , we have a suttner  one spelling not right sorry , they are quite good but don’t throw the lance around or you risk breaking the ceramic inner .

18 minutes ago, scottish cleaning service said:

I mostly use a twin turbo at the moment.

What’s happened to the falsh nozzles ???

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11 hours ago, Pjj said:

Like all things there are good quality ones and cheap copies , we have a suttner  one spelling not right sorry , they are quite good but don’t throw the lance around or you risk breaking the ceramic inner .

What’s happened to the falsh nozzles ???

Got one permanently on my roof lance with 90 degree bend on it and lead counter balance. The other one I decided to service it and broke an o ring but they sent me another one for free. Just need to put it back together again but haven't had the time. Off today because I have a massive PW job tomorrow so will try and build the Falch back up today. Twin turbo is a tad slower than the Falch but when you compare to cost its a no brainer, twin turbo all day long. Where the Falch excels is on roof cleans nothing comes close to it.

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Built up my Falch nozzle today and fitted new blade on my wood chipper aswell. Big PW job tomorrow and looking at two day job with me and a helper.

Even getting called to build fences now because Checkatrade have mixed up my number with a gardening mob, can't complain.

As I have said advertising on the net is the way forward if one is starting up, most of my work comes through that way now.

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