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Friday, July 26th 2013, 12:00pm

by zachatola

Spray nozzle selection

Ive got my system designed and i have all the distances and nozzles selected "by the numbers". Now comes the real world selection of nozzles for my sprays and what i will need to actually get to say 12'. I know that there is a hunter nozzle that is for 12', but ive also read that i should expect to probably not see a true 12'. should i up size all of my nozzles to the next step up? For instance if im trying to make 12', buy the next nozzle up i think its a 15' for that particular head? I'm going to be going with the pro spray 30, but i just don't want to select a nozzle that doesn't make the distance. Any real world advice on how to make the best choice on sizing?