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Power wash nozzle for hose

The nozzle wants to obtain a stronger impact, in addition to increasing the pressure of the entire system, it is to change the internal structure of the nozzle.

If we want to increase the impact of the nozzle jet by increasing the system pressure, then the biggest problem with this solution is the cost, such as adding a water pump to the system or replacing the original low-pressure water pump with a high-pressure water pump, although this can increase the impact of the nozzle jet Power, but it also greatly increases the cost of the system.

Another method is to change the internal structure of the nozzle to reduce or eliminate the turbulence structure as much as possible, so that the liquid leaves the nozzle faster, which will also increase the impact force of the nozzle jet. Of course, this is based on the nozzle. It is premised that the flow rate is the same. For example, among all the nozzle structures, the linear nozzle has the strongest impact force. This is because there is no complicated turbulence structure inside the nozzle, and the liquid can flow in the form of laminar flow. The second is the flat fan nozzle. The internal structure of this nozzle is more complicated than that of the linear type, but because it can produce a larger coverage area, it is widely used in the cleaning industry. The impact force of the full cone nozzle is the smallest among all nozzle types. Its internal structure is very complicated. Inside the nozzle, the speed and even the direction of the water flow will be different. It is this kind of turbulence that makes the liquid flow out of the nozzle. The speed is lower and the impact force is smaller. But its advantage is also obvious, that is, it can produce the largest coverage area of ​​all nozzles, so full cone nozzles are required in many spray tests.

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