TeeJet introduces line of TXR ConeJet hollow cone spray tips
click image to zoom The new line of TXR ConeJet hollow cone spray tips from TeeJet Technologies offers a new tip option for air blast, directed and specialty spraying applications. The TXR produces an 80º hollow cone spray pattern with fine to very fine droplets for thorough leaf coverage. This tip is well-suited for application of insecticides, fungicides, foliar fertilizers and related products which are commonly applied in orchard, vineyard and vegetable operations.
The TXR ConeJet tips are offered in twelve color-coded sizes based on tip flow rate for easy capacity identification. They are offered in a range of capacities from 0.046 GPM to 1.45 GPM flow rates with a recommended operating pressure of 30-360 PSI. The low profile acetal (polymer) tip body provides minimal impact with foliage and excellent chemical resistance. The orifice is made of high quality ceramic to provide superior wear-life in high pressure applications. The TXR ConeJet uses a snap-fit backup plate to provide positive retention when handled in the field which can be removed tool-free for easy cleaning. These tips are best suited for use with TeeJet 98450 Series Brass Rollover fittings or Quick TeeJet bodies and 114369-1-NYR cap.
TeeJet Technologies manufactures a comprehensive line of products including agricultural spray nozzles for various pesticide/fertilizer applications, boom components, valves/manifolds, strainers, and spray guns, as well as GPS guidance systems, sprayer control systems, ISOBUS job computers, assisted steering systems and other precision farming products. In addition, TeeJet Technologies continues to invest in research and development to advance precision application and control technology.
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