It says herbicide in thread titleWhat are you trying to hit? Small weeds in a young crop? Fungicide in July?
A compromise between drift control and number of droplets for a small target could be achieved with angled nozzle caps alternating front and rear facing and Bubblejets at 150-200 l/ha at high pressure. If it’s windy, you can always slow down or lower the water volume to drop the pressure down to the 3* drift rating.
My poverty spec hi lo has single body units so have to change every nozzle. I bought a set of new caps to try to make it easy but the bodies have swelled out making it impossible to get the new caps on. As it’s always “the last year” for the beet I can’t justify multiple nozzle bodies especially on a 33 year old sprayer.Agreed. Some pillock fitted rotary 4 way changeovers on my HiLo before I bought it, but they're too big for the boom setup so wont rotate!
I had a new to me sprayer for this year,was fitted with 04 guardian airs (how old they were I dont know but told they wernt that old)I've been told by several people that BFS ones are superior, so may try them when replacement is due. But to be fair, I really can't fault the Guardians.