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General Pump 3000 PSI #2.5 Adjustable Spray Nozzle

Item# 22556
Nozzle has adjustable spray angle with high/low pressure setting for chemical feed. Stainless steel nozzle and spray sleeves. 1/4in. NPTF inlet. Inlet Size in. 1/4, Length in. 4, Material Stainless steel nozzle, Max. PSI 3,000, Nozzle Size in. 2.5.
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How do you put it on?

This looks like the one I have on my Excell VR2500 and I cant get it off.
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This General Pump spray nozzle is tightened on to the end of a lance with 1/4 inch NPT threads and your Excell nozzle is held on with a 2mm allen screw at the tip, you will need to loosen the screw.
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