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Hago Manufacturing Co.: Nozzle

December 23, 2003
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The W Universal Nozzle is de-signed to replace hollow or solid cone nozzles from 0.40 gph to 8.00 gph flow. According to the company, the nozzle produces a uniform droplet, regardless of the flow range, and creates a spray pattern that is neither fully hollow nor fully solid. Lower flow rates generate a more solid spray pattern, while higher flows create a more hollow spray pattern, says the manufacturer.

Hago Manufacturing Co., 1120 Globe Ave., Mountainside, NJ 07092; 800-710-4246; www.hagonozzles.com.

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