PDQ used to make a G5, I think it was called. It was an inverted L like all of their machines, but it had turbo nozzles on it. Not sure if it is still in production or not. They had the nozzles recessed in the arm.
It looks impressive at the car wash shows. I have yet to see one in person that covers even the hood and windshield well.I don't understand the industry being so hung up on the stupid lava foam curtain. They only get the top surfaces covered, if they work right, and most of them don't come close. That one had a big gap right over the driver. I doubt that they impress any customers at all. Only car wash owners get chubbies over them.
They probably mean the water that comes out in a V
On this topic, how often do you change the nozzles on the Razor? Mine are just over a year old now and was wondering if it was time to replace them.
Generally when water usage goes up and impact goes down, it is time to replace nozzles. The number of washes you get might vary depending on water pressure, water conditioning and chemicals.
Not MEG. They lose almost all of their impact about 6" away. Last time I ran an automatic I changed the factory MEG tips to veespray and saw an improvement in cleaning. I've never tried IMEG. General Pump makes nozzle kits for a lot of touchless autos.So, does anyone have a good idea on what tips to use, for more impingement?
Mep, do u know anything about iMEG, or anyone who has ran them?
Maybe I can ask KR, or Wash World...?