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rotating nozzle

Posted by hogan_nj (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 14, 10 at 13:50

I am buying a rigid 3000psi pressure washer and thinking about getting a rotating nozzle. Are they worth getting,if so can you recommend one? Also how much do they cost on average?

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RE: rotating nozzle

Rotating nozzles are great for certain tough jobs. They work well for blasting off peeling paint for one. Basically they are a zero degree nozzle that spins at extreme speed allowing the user to cover a large area. A zero degree nozzle is the most powerful stream a pressure washer can make. It doesn't fan out much. The downside is that they do not cover much area. Try cleaning a sidewalk with a stream the size of a pencil. A rotating nozzle changes that pencil size stream to a cone shape several inches wide. Home Depot has one for 3000psi washers for $35.

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