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Waterblast Jetting Help


Jetting APP instruction list

  1. Choose the appropriate tool family

  2. Choose the appropriate Model.

    1. Be sure to read the list carefully as there are different Model options based on pressure, speed, size options

      1. 15K, 20K, 40K

      2. F for Fast, S for Slow

      3. 2”, 4”, 6”

  3. Enter desired pressure, no need to add commas

  4. Enter desired Flow, no need to add commas

  5. Enter actual hose length and then ID Size, add 2nd hose if applicable

  6. Note that the chart has calculated the best Standard Head option, and Nozzle Selection.

lpm/gpm

Pump

psi
gpm
 

Hose

  Length   Size  
 ft 
 ft 

Calculate Suggested Jetting

Use this button to calculate the recommended jetting and

recalculate any changes to pressure, flow, hose size and length.

Head

Jet Type

Head Offset

 Recalculate w/ Current Options

Use this button if you change head type and/or jet sizes to recalculate results.

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Jetting Results Help

Results and Options:

StoneAge tools offer tremendous versatility. Tools can be jetted to have more or less torque, thrust, or side hitting power. These options will provide operators with greater cleaning capabilities.

The jetting app will provide the best head offset and nozzle selection automatically. If you make changes to the chart you can select the Rest Nozzles tab to reset the app to the automatic results.

Each tool can be jetted for more or less pull. To do this, increase or decrease the jets and watch the Pull value change. The number must be a negative value which means the tool is pulling away from the operator.

The nozzle options include a Plug option in the drop down list. This can be used to generate more pull when chosen for the front nozzle and then larger nozzles are used on the rear ports.

Watch the warning label at the bottom of the “Results as Configured” table. A red warning label will show if the tool is configured above or below torque.

Warning explanations:

  1. Under Torque: This typically means your desired flow is too low. Increase desired flow, try a higher R value option, or look for alternative tool family option.

  2. Over Torque: This typically means your desired flow is too high. Decrease desired flow, try a lower R value option, or look for alternative tool family option.

  3. Actual Flow exceeds Pump Flow: When this warning is illustrated you must confirm that your desired flow is within the tool design minimum flow, try using a plug in the front port, or choose a higher R value head option.

Results as Configured

Actual Flow:
Pressure at Jets:
Pressure Loss %:
Push/Pull Neutral
Torque Range:
Actual Torque:

Reset All Fields

Use this button to return to the default inputs for the selected tool model.