Choose from Dozens of Styles in a Wide Range of Spray Patterns, Capacities, Pressures and Materials
QUICK-CHANGE AND QUICK-CONNECT NOZZLES: OVERVIEW
With quick-connect nozzles and quick-change nozzles, the body stays on the header – only the spray tips are replaced. Not only will you lower costs by changing out just the tips, you'll slash maintenance time. Most quick-connect nozzles allow tips to be removed and installed by hand and offer automatic alignment. With dozens of different quick-connect styles, you'll find the exact performance you need for almost any operation including cooling, cleaning, coating and metal finishing.
- QuickJet® spray nozzles require a quick 1/4-turn of the wrist to remove spray tips. No tools are required. Choose from flat spray, solid stream, full cone and hollow cone versions with angles from 0° to 170°. Material options include brass, stainless steel and ProMax®, an engineering grade of polypropylene
- UniJet® spray nozzles feature a retainer cap. Simply unscrew the cap and then remove the spray tip. Insert the new tip and tighten the retainer cap. Choose from flat spray, solid stream, full cone and hollow cone versions with angles from 0° to 170°. Material options include brass and stainless steel
- Quick-connect nozzle systems allow you to mix and match bodies and tips to get the exact performance you need. Choose ProMax or polypropylene bodies that easily snap-on the pipe header using a clamp or screw into the pipe header. Both body styles can be installed by hand, in seconds, without tools. Then, choose your tip style and install, align and position it easily by hand. A wide range of spray patterns, spray angles, connections and capacities are available