Turbo nozzles

biggles

Member
Location
derbyshire
Have seen on several pressure washer threads people praising there turbo nozzles, so I thought I’d best get one, where is the best place to get one from and which size do I need. It’s for a 9hp diesel wash with 3/8 hose, sorry there is no other info on the washer or pump. Cheers
 

bravheart

Member
Location
scottish borders
Recently got one for mine there's a big choice on Ebay I've nothing to report on quality wise except there's now a fair vibration through the lance.
Washer is 10hp diesel and pump is 3600psi and lance had the quick fit end with a choice of coloured nozzles. So took the end off and measured the output for a minute and ordered the corresponding turbo nozzle. Could be wrong but think most of the fittings are 1/4" .
Turned the washer into a beast.
 

Pan mixer

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Near Colchester
I just go down to my local hydraulic shop and they tell me which one I need - there is a coloured ring around the hole to say what output.

We never use a power washer without one now and we use it 3 full days a week at least, they aren't cheap and they last about a year for us but the output is magnificent compared to other jets.

Careful of decals on machinery, they can be gone in a flash
 

biggles

Member
Location
derbyshire
It was a farm sale purchase about 15 years ago, can’t see any numbers on the pump, it’s just rusty and covered in concrete. There was no hose or Lance so what it has now was just a fit up from the old washer so will probable be wrong. Cheers
 

2wheels

Member
Location
aberdeenshire
I just go down to my local hydraulic shop and they tell me which one I need - there is a coloured ring around the hole to say what output.

We never use a power washer without one now and we use it 3 full days a week at least, they aren't cheap and they last about a year for us but the output is magnificent compared to other jets.

Careful of decals on machinery, they can be gone in a flash
decals? we had a 3phase karcher years ago with a turbo nozzle. it cut a hole in my chrysler alpine.:oops:
 

Classichay

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
The moon
Big tip, don’t buy the cheapo ones off eBay, the tip breaks apart after an hour and they’re a pain you have to knock them to work, I bought one rated to my 11hp petrol washer as if you oversize the nozzle you loose power / undersize you bugger the pump. From a lot of reading of boring driveway washing company : people posts online these suttner ones are very good which I’ve bought. Only issue is stickers and loose paint do not live long. So don’t wash your car 😂


edit, there’s a chart on this advert too for bar pressure and flow rate. I bought mine from these people
 
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