Got rid our Guardian Air 03s last year. Now on BFS 03s.I use blue BFS nozzles, 120l/ha at 3 bar 12km in the main. Used to be on lilac Guardian Air but the nozzles block far to easily with tiny specks and buggering the spray pattern. Also use small blue top hat filters.
Same here, get good results from GAs but every day's a school day. Also aware of the fact that the flat fan boys will be quietly laughing at us fashion victims rushing headlong in to the next trend.It’s ok guys no need to fall out there invariably never is a true best nozzle a lot of horses for courses we tend to use guardian air for most jobs but wo7ld be interested in knowing the price of the ex ray bfs nozzles just out of interest although I have just replaced a se5 of guardians so not needing new ones for a bit
Get a 6" piece of multicore copper flex, strip half the insulation off then use one of the wires to poke through the nozzle, saves dismantling them and twisting off those little tabsWhile we are talking Guardian Airs how do people go about dismantling them to clear a blockage. Is there a special tool rather than a pen knife which inevitably cuts the spurs off in time?