This spray bar has over 500 driveways under it belt. Without them I could barely get 100 . They also help the surface cleaner keep up speed when going over a puddle. I would advise anyone that uses a whisper wash to install them
They are good stuff. He sent me a half dozen to try a couple of years ago and since I then I buy them regularly
Nice. I’m putting those on my shopping list.
Are they for whisper wash only?
Yes they only fit the whisper wash spray bar
I wondered the and thing, the whisper wash bar is a large diameter tube compared to my BE 18in SC.
Guess you get what you pay for lol. Btw thanks for the help with my hammerhead. It worked great I’m thinking of putting the 25030 tips instead of the 25025 that came on it.
Does your spray bar have the big square ends? Those of us with square ends on the spray bar are destined to replace bars and nozzles every year… at least.
Ya it’s squared off hmm I did not know that hopfully I’ll make enough next year the bar will be a minor expense lol
It’s a minor expense anyway. But yeah. Those are basically big rock detectors. Lol
Whisper wash will be my next purchase when I get my 8 gpm this is all a starter setup. I make 600-900 every 2 weeks at my job. My bills are based off of my last job where I made 54,000 a year sadly I was laid off due to a new law in SC and probably many more states where you cant make medical parts and automotive parts in the same building. I have high hopes for Pressure washing so I really hope it falls through. Going to guve it my best shot and do everything I can to make it happen.
Stop running over rocks,
I have the same surface cleaner, and it has the original spray bar for the last 3 years. The main thing i like about this spray bar over the whisper wash is that it erodes less and can take much more of a beating than the WW.
Nothing to do with rocks. The nozzles are basically in a sand blaster the entire time they are spinning. Nozzles last about a month. Bars last about 4 or 5 months.
I run my pressure lower than most people . I usually change my nozzles the same time I change the bar. Endless I screwed one up hitting something
I’m a laid back boss but my iron clad rules are shirts tucked in, bull horns on ladders and never pick up a surface cleaner when it is spinning. Every broke bar and swivel cost $250. They always break when the guys hover them over a step or uneven piece of sidewalk.
Being 6’3" it’s tough keeping shirts tucked in. I better stay on the West Coast!
It’s usually the uneven piece of sidewalk that guts us . Or a loose paver. Those damn things pop up when we go over then . I can’t remember the last time I broke a swivel. Two of my cleaners are still using the old black ones.
It only took about 5 years of spankings growing up to realize that my dad wanted my shirt tail tucked in , belt on and gig line straight lol
Well, you know everyone on the West Coast is a hippie. Free love and all that!