TeeJet Spray Nozzles

TeeJet Spray Nozzles

TeeJet a leader in precision application Spray Nozzles, provides products that can be put to work immediately and deliver payback with the first pass across your field. TeeJet Spray Nozzles are designed for quick installation, Accurate Spray operation and are economical. Optimize chemical efficacy and minimize waste by using the TeeJet spray tips designed to deliver the precise performance you need. Concerned about Spray drift? Require excellent canopy coverage? Need excellent distribution over a wide range of pressures?

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Nozzle Blanking disc - Brass

Nozzle blanking disc made form brass to fit in place of spray tips.

 

$1.55 *
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AIXR, TeeJet Air induction Flat fan boom spray nozzle

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A great 'allround' Spray nozzle used as original equipment by a variety of boom spray reputable manufacturers, the AIXR TeeJet Spray tip is a great cost effective, Reduced drift Nozzle that produces Droplets ranging in size from M to UC with the majority of the usable range effectively in C to XC.

Features
  • 110º wide, tapered flat spray angle with air induction technology offers better drift managment.
  • Made of a two-piece UHMWPE polymer construction with VisiFlo color-coding. UHMWPE provides excellent chemical resistance, including acids, as well as exceptional wear life.
  • Compact size to prevent tip damage.
  • Depending on the chemical, produces large air-filled drops through a Venturi air aspirator.
  • Removable pre-orifice.
  • Available in seven tip capacities with a wide operating pressure range: 15-90 psi (1-6 bar). 
  • Automatic alignment when used with 25612-*-NYR Quick TeeJet cap and gasket.

Typical Applications

Pre-emerge surface applied herbicides

Post-emerge contact & Systemic herbicides
Contact & Systemic Insecticides
Contact & Systemic Fungicides

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.
The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicidesinsecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

AIXR_Droplet_spectrum.

AIXR_Nozzle_Appl._guide

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

 

from $13.95 *
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TeeJet TT Turbo Spray Tips

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Features:
  • Tapered edge wide angle flat spray pattern for uniform coverage in broadcast spraying.
  • Large, rounded internal passage to minimize clogging.
  • Excellent resistance to corrosive solutions.
  • Superior wear characteristics.
  • Larger droplets for less drift 15–90 PSI (1–6 bar).
  • Automatic spray alignment Standard (25612) TeeJet® cap and gasket.
  • Unique internal configuration means substantially longer wear life.
  • ISO color coded

Typical Applications

Post-emerge systemic herbicides
Systemic Funcides & insecticides

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.

The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

TT_Droplet_size

TT_nozzle_App._suitablility_guide

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

$14.55 *
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Delivery weight: 300 g

TeeJet TTi turbo Air Induction Spray Tips

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The TeeJet TTi is a proven, reliable spray tip developed specifically with drift reduction in mind. It produces Ultra Coarse (UC) and Extremely Coarse (XC) droplets, for the ultimate drift control. Additionally, this spray tip generates less than 2% driftable fines* – one of the very lowest driftable fines percentages of all spray tips available today.

TTi Nozzles are suitable for 2,4-D application under the current madatory regulations requiring droplets no smaller than VC (Very Coarse) as per 2,4-D chemical label.

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Features:

  • Extra Course(XC) and Ultra Course(UC) droplet size as recommended in legislation for minimising spray drift
  • 110° degree wide angle, air induction, tapered flat spray tip pattern based on the patented outlet orifice design of the original Turbo Teejet nozzle
  • Patented orifice design provides large, round passages to minimize plugging
  • Depending on the chemical, produces large air-filled drops through a Venturi air aspirator resulting in less drift
  • All polymer construction for excellent chemical and wear resistance
  • Compact size to prevent tip damage
  • Removable pre-orifice
  • Ideal for use with automatic sprayer controllers
  • Wide operating pressure range: 15-100 PSI (1-7 bar)

Automatic alignment when used with 25598-*-NYR Quick Teejet cap and gasket

Typical Applications

Pre-emergence Soil applied herbicides
Post-emergence systemic herbicides
Systemic Fungicides & Insecticides

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.
The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicidesinsecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

TTi_Droplet_spectrum

TTi_Nozzle_Appl_guide.

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

from $23.50 *
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TeeJet AI Air Induction Fan Spray Tips

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Features:

  • Stainless steel insert produces a tapered edge flat spray pattern for uniform coverage in broadcast spraying.
  • Polymer insert holder and pre-orifice with ISI VisiFlo® color-coding.
  • Larger droplets for less drift.
  • Available in eight capacities with a recommended pressure rating 30–115 PSI (2–8 bar).
  • Depending on the chemical, produces large air-filled drops through the use of a Venturi air aspirator.
  • Pressure ranges from 2-8 Bar
  • Sizes availalbe 015 - 08
  • 110º spray swarth
  • Automatic spray alignment with 25598-*-NYR Quick TeeJet® cap and gasket.

Typical Applications

Pre-Emergence
Post-emerge systemic herbicides
Systemic Funcides & insecticides
 

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.

The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicidesinsecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

AI_Droplet_spectrum

TeeJet_Nozzle_Appl._Guide

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

$29.50 *
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Delivery weight: 25 g

TeeJet AIC Air Induction Spray tips

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Air induction spray tips for reduced spray drift application.

Features:

  • Produces a tapered edge flat spray pattern for uniform coverage in broadcast spraying applications.
  • Available in polymer, ceramic & stainless steel insert
  • Larger droplets for less drift.
  • Depending on the chemical, produces large air-filled drops through the use of a Venturi air
  • aspirator.
  • AI TeeJet nozzle molded into Quick TeeJet® cap provides automatic spray alignment.
  • Includes tightly fitting washer that stays put and assures a good seal.
  • Recommended pressure rating 30–115 PSI (2–8 bar).

Typical Applications

Pre-Emergence
Post-emerge systemic herbicides
Systemic Funcides & insecticides
 

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.

The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicidesinsecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

AIXR_Droplet_spectrum

TeeJet_Nozzle_Appl._Guide

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

 

from $15.90 *
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TeeJet DG Drift Gaurd Spray tips

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Available in Visiflow Polymer & Visiflow Stainless Steel Insert

Features

  • Pre-orifice design produces larger droplets and reduces the small drift prone droplets, minimizing off-target spray contamination.
  • Tapered edge flat spray pattern provides uniform coverage when adjacent nozzle patterns are overlapped in broadcast spraying.
  • The ISO color-coded pre-orifice is removable for any necessary cleaning operations.
  • Available in both 80° and 110° spray angles with durable stainless steel orifice.
  • Automatic spray alignment with 114441-*-CELR Quick TeeJet cap and gasket.

Innovative, industry-leading products are what you expect from TeeJet

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.

The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicidesinsecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

DG_Droplet_spectrum

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

 

from $13.35 *
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Teejet Flat Fan Spray nozzle tips

Teejet TP series 110 degree flat fan spray tip

Features:

  •  Ideal for general use in overall broadcast boom spraying applications
  • Tapered edge flat spray pattern for uniform coverage in broadcast spraying.
  • VisiFlo color-coded version polymer in 110° spray angles in selected sizes.
  • Automatic spray alignment with 114441-*-CELR Quick TeeJet® cap and gasket.
  • Can be used with 23306H-*-CELR


 

$2.95 *
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TeeJet TwinJet Air Induction Twin Flat Spray

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The TTI60 TeeJet air induction twin flat spray tip provides extremely large droplets for maximum drift control along with the improved coverage of a twin spray. The single piece tip & cap design allows for fast, easy installation and, unlike some other twin sprays, has a very compact size. The TTI60 is ideal for the application of systemic, post-emerge herbicides.

FEATURES:

TTI60 produces two 110° wide angle, flat spray patterns for uniform coverage in broadcast applications.
60° angle between leading and trailing patterns for increased canopy penetration and leaf coverage.
All in one molded nozzle and Quick TeeJet® cap design provides automatic spray alignment.
Extremely large drift resistant droplets are produced through the use of a venturi air aspirator.
Provides excellent drift control and produces minimal driftable fines - less than 1.5%*.
• Acetal construction for excellent chemical and wear resistance.
• Removable pre-orifice allows for disassembly and cleaning.
• Suggested spray pressure range of 1.5-7 bar (20-100 PSI).

TTI_Nozzle_appl._Guide

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

 

$29.90 *
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Delivery weight: 50 g

TeeJet XR Spray Tips available in 80° & 110°

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Features

  • Excellent spray distribution over a wide range of pressures: 1-4 bar (15-60 psi).
  • Ideal for rigs equipped with sprayer controllers.
  • Reduces drift at lower pressures, better coverage at higher pressures.
  • Available in stainless steel, ceramic, and polymer in 80º and 110º spray angles with ISO VisiFlo color-coding.
  • Ceramic is available with corrosive-resistant polypropylene VisiFlo colo-coded tip holder in 80º capacities 03-08 and 110º capacities 02-08.
  • Brass available in 110º only.
  • Automatic spray alignment with 114441-*-CELR Quick TeeJet cap and gasket.
  • Automatic spray alignment for sizes 10 and 15 with 25610-*-NYR Quick TeeJet cap and gasket.

Typical Applications

Post-emerge Contact herbicides
Contact Funcides & insecticides
 

Nozzle selection is often based upon droplet size. The droplet size from a nozzle becomes very important when the efficacy of a particular plant protection chemical is dependent on coverage, or the prevention of spray leaving the target area is a priority.

The majority of the nozzles used in agriculture can be classified as producing droplets in the range of fine to ultra coarse droplets. Nozzles that produce droplets in the finer to middle portion of the range are usually recommended for post-emergence contact applications, which require excellent coverage on the intended target area. This may include herbicidesinsecticides and fungicides. Nozzles producing droplets from the middle to coarser end of the range, while offering less thorough surface coverage, provide significantly improved drift control. These nozzles are commonly used for systemic and pre-emergence surface applied herbicides. An important point to remember when choosing a spray nozzle that produces a droplet size in one of the eight categories is that one nozzle can produce different droplet size classifications at different pressures. A nozzle might produce medium droplets at low pressures, while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.

Droplet size classes are shown in the following tables to assist in choosing an appropriate spray tip.

AIXR_Droplet_spectrum

TeeJet_XR_Nozzle_appl._guide

Like further information checkout these files;

TeeJet - 'Nozzle Selection Guide'

TeeJet - 'Sprayer Calibration'

Teejet - ISO Application Rate Table

Teejet Nozzle Droplet size Charts

TeeJet - 'Causes of Drift'

TeeJet - 'Droplet size and drift'

TeeJet - 'Nozzles for Spray Drift Control'

TeeJet - 'Spray Distribution Quality'

TeeJet - 'Useful Information & Formula's'

 

from $7.25 *
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