Choice of Wands/Positioning Orifice
a 90 degree angle flat spray nozzle, having a 0.026-inch
to Adjust Spray.
(0.66 mm) spray orifice. This wand assembly consists
of a tip, nozzle, tube, nut, ferrule, coupling, filter
a. The following information is provided to give the
assembly, and quick-disconnect plug. Due to extremely
technician a better understanding of the different types
high operating pressures, it is important that all
of spray tools available and the proper use of these tools
when applying the rustproofing compound.
connections be properly tightened to prevent leakage of
b. Technicians should become familiar with the
different spray tools by actually using them and learning
(2) To spray exterior underbody panels and
what kind of spray pattern each tool produces,
framerail, the straight-through-nozzle wand is used (see
c. Several different types of spray wands are
and has a 45 degree angle, bent 1 1/2 inches (3.8 cm)
employed, each for a specific operation:
from the nozzle end. The nozzle used with this wand is
a straight-through, flat pattern type, with a 0.026-inch
(1) A straight, rigid wand is used to spray the
interior of a boxed section of a vehicle (see
(0.66 mm) orifice.
Figure 3-14. 12-Inch Straight Wand.
Figure 3-15. 12-Inch 45 Degree Wand.