All pressure in a pressure washer is made at the nozzle in the form of back pressure. The pressure washer pump forces a specific amount of water in a specific amount of time (GPM) through a small orifice (nozzle) and that is what creates pressure (back pressure). Choosing a properly sized nozzle for your pressure washer is paramount to proper operation. Many pressure washers will have the correct nozzle size printed on the pressure washer label. Using a nozzle that is too small for your pressure washer can result in higher pressure, lower flow, and possibly damage your pump. If you know the GPM (gallons per minute) and the desired/rated PSI (pounds per square inch) you can determine the proper pressure washer nozzle size with the chart above.
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