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jet sizes
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how does increasing or decreasing the jet size on your wand affect pressure and gallons per minute I have a mytee M5 porty 500psi pump and a aw29 wand with 11002 jets and what is better for cleaning higher pressure or more gpm
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Personally, I am a flow advocate ... IF your machine can recover the load well.
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(05-18-2011, 11:20 AM)Pigchip Wrote: Personally, I am a flow advocate ... IF your machine can recover the load well.
Flow is better, as it flushes the carpet better.

Too much pressure can "distort" the carpet fibers.

Also, with higher flow, you can garner more heat, if your heating system is capable.

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(05-18-2011, 05:26 PM)Bob Savage Wrote:
(05-18-2011, 11:20 AM)Pigchip Wrote: Personally, I am a flow advocate ... IF your machine can recover the load well.
Flow is better, as it flushes the carpet better.

Too much pressure can "distort" the carpet fibers.

Also, with higher flow, you can garner more heat, if your heating system is capable.

so what are the recommended tip sizes?
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