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Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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Tips are described with two numbers. There is the "size" in gallons per minute and the spray angle in degrees. If you increase the nozzle size the pump sprays the same amount of water ( they are positive displacement pumps) but it will come out at a lower pressure. If you increase the spray angle you decrease the impact pressure over a wider area. A zero degree nozzle has the greatest impact on the smallest area. The largest spray angle is typically 40 degrees and has the "softest" impact. There are lots of nozzle charts online that will tell you the pressure output at various sizes and gallons per minute. Usually paint supply stores have nozzles and can help you get the size you want.
Another way to decrease the power of the spray tip is to simply hold it farther away from the target. The pressure decreases by the square of the distance. ( moving the tip away a little decreases the impact a lot) Experience helps with this technique. Start with the tip a foot away and slowly move it closer to get the maximum cleaning with the minimum damage to the deck. You have to be careful or a momentary lapse of concentration can lift the grain of the wood in a second. The nozzle size is much more fail safe.
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How do you adjust the pressure?


get larger nozzles, if you are using size 4 nozzles now ( looks right for 3 gpm at 2500 psi) then you would use size 4.5 for 2000 psi, size 5 for 1600 psi etc
Chart here https://www.stens.com/assets/media/pdf/2012_Nozzle_Size_Reference_Guide.pdf

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Print head alignment nozzle


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Colour ink not printing


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A head cleaning and nozzle check must be performed as a cycle. After printing a nozzle check, examine the printed dot pattern. Each staggered horizontal and straight vertical line should be complete, with no gaps in the dot pattern. If there are gaps in the dot pattern, continue with another cycle. Perform up to 3 cycles if necessary. If the nozzle check is not printing completely, and if the head cleanings do not help the nozzle check pattern to print completely, turn the printer off overnight and try the cleaning cycles again.

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How do you clean the nozzles


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