In 1985, Wilger designed and began manufacturing a multi-spray head turret, followed shortly by the Radialock cap and the COMBO-JET all-in-one Spray Tip with snap-in strainer. Wilfred joined with Mark Bartel to establish the Combo-Jet drift reduction nozzles, and in the following years Wilger has continued to develop industry leading products which are utilized by major sprayer manufacturers worldwide.
Wilger Nozzle Bodies
For spray applications that require high flow rates and excellent coverage, using multiple tips (for same total flow) can be an excellent to create more meaningful spray, for a better application.
Unfortunately, most spray nozzles or systems only offer forward/backward
multi-tip spraying. While multi-angle spraying does split the volume into two smaller (and hopefully more meaningful) spray patterns, it can dramatically increase the distance the spray has to travel in order to make contact with the spray target. The extra distance can mean you open yourself up to more drift potential, but also it dramatically lessens the spray’s ability to penetrate a dense canopy.