Combo-Jet® Tip-Cap FAQ and Product Support - The Combine Forum

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Post Combo-Jet® Tip-Cap FAQ and Product Support

Tips are a very important part of the sprayer, and I don't say that just because Wilger makes spray tips either.

Wilger makes four series of spray tips (in many different flow rates) which further improve the quality and consistency of spraying applications.

Three of the series (SR, MR and DR series) lend themselves to great drift reduction, while still allowing the operator to control their coverage, (i.e. Too many big droplets = suffering coverage) so they can choose one of the three different stages of drift reduction to match their individual needs in the field.

Apart from the drift reduction, Combo-Jet tip-caps provide a permanent stainless steel tip, imbedded in a plastic cap. The tip-cap allows for a strainer and o-ring (not gasket) to snap into itself, providing a 'one piece' spray tip, seal, and strainer. For the drift reduction series of tips, the added component of a metering pre-orifice also snaps into the assembly.

Much safer and easier to handle than having several loose pieces/gaskets in a tip assembly.

Please use this sub-forum to ask any questions about the Combo-Jet tip-caps or accessory caps (i.e. hose barbs, push-in tubes, etc.)

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