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Annovi Reverberi AR North America Telescoping Lance 6' - 18', Fiberglass
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- Max PSI - 4000
- Length - 6'-18'
- Inlet - 3/8" M
- Outlet - 1/4" quick connect
- Pipe material - Fiberglass
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Consumer line of pressure washers from Annovi Reverberi
AR Blue Clean is a consumer line of pressure washers from Annovi Reverberi (abbreviated AR) an Italian high pressure pump manufacturer with 58 years of pump building experience. All AR Blue Clean products sold in the United States are serviced by employees of AR North America located in Fridley, Minnesota.
Telescoping Lances and Accessories
Telescoping lance- it can be extended to a full length of 18' to 24'. The lance is rated for a maximum pressure of 4,000 PSI and flow of 7 Gallons Per Minute (GPM), with the water being carried through a single steel braided 1/4" hose.
The telescoping lance belt (sold separately) is designed to aid in the handling of the long lance. Made of Nylon it adjust from a minimum of 33" waist to a maximum of 58" waist.
The Gutter cleaner (sold separately) has been designed to fit with the telescoping lance.
|The Crane Telescoping Lance - 18'||AR North America Telescoping Lance - 18'||AR North America Telescoping Lance - 24'||Gutter Cleaner - 12"||Telescoping Wand Belt to Reduce Fatigue|
|Length||6’ - 18’||6' - 18'||10’ - 24’||12"||33" - 58"|
|Material||Aluminum Pipe||Fiberglass Pipe||Fiberglass Pipe||Zinc||Nylon|
|Inlet||3/8” M||3/8” M||3/8” M||1/4" QC||N/A|
|Outlet||1/4” QC||1/4” QC||1/4” QC||1/4" QC Socket||N/A|
|Max Temperature||300° F||300° F||300° F||N/A|
Note: Each item sold separately.
The Belt is not included with the purchase of the lance.
The Gutter Cleaner is not included with the lance.
These are additional items, that work well with the lance, but are sold separately.
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The ARTEL-18 fiberglass telescoping lance, can extend to a full length of 18’’. The lance is rated for a maximum pressure of 4,000 PSI and a flow of 7 GPM, with the water being carried through a single steel-braided 1/4” hose. Max GPM 7 Max PSI 4000 Inlet 3/8” M Outlet 1/4” QC Max Temp 300° F Length 6’ - 18’ Pipe Material Fiberglass
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It was a two day job and the house ended up looking sparkling clean. However, some of our plants died from the "green chemicals", some of the areas still had mold or dirt on them, and we had to spend about $600.00 to have several of our pool screens replaced (coincidentally). In addition the chemicals also left hard-to-remove stains on all our windows and vehicles. So the whole thing wasn't any bargain and once again being an "early adopter" didn't do us any good.
So I decided (at age 65) to resume pressure cleaning everything myself. I already had a commercial pressure washer and the appropriate ladders but knew that the hardest to reach areas on the pool cage would require purchasing an extendable lance. The best one I found while doing my research was this AR North America Telescoping Lance. It came well-packaged, was easy to assemble, and appears well-made. Instead of having to haul my old butt up a ladder and holding on while the pressure washer tried to throw me off, I could fairly easily use my excess weight to anchor the wand by leaning into it and not worrying about taking a step back and forth now and then--something you can't do while on a ladder without disastrous results. Having no deadline imposed on me, I could work at my own pace and CAREFULLY do a great job without damaging anything. Total cost in addition to the new telescoping wand was the water used and the gas for the pressure washer. Total damage was NOTHING! It seems like anytime we hire anyone to do work on our property that something gets broken or someone gets hurt.
What is the biggest disadvantage of this AR North America Telescoping Lance? Other than the entry price, having this wand at full extension while using a 3,500 psi pressure washer can really give your shoulders and arms a workout. If you take your time and learn how to properly brace yourself, wear a back support and lean into the force generated, this telescoping lance will allow you to get the job done properly and give yourself a good workout at the same time. If you find yourself getting laughed at because of your fancy footwork while undertaking this task, give your clueless criticizer an opportunity to strap themselves in and see how well they do! In no time at all they should either fall into the pool or on the ground. Only then will they appreciate the nuances of the job you're doing.
The equipment make is appropriate to duty, anything to make it more robust would add to the weight and nobody wants that.
It works as you would expect and performs equal to a standard pressure washer wand with a given nozzle.
There's many complaints about controlling it, but that's all up to the operator.
I am a 42 year old 5'6" male, 200lbs, stockier than most, but it's natural, I don't work out. But I started working on farms when I was 10, I'm not afraid of work, and temporary pain or discomfort don't prevent me from finishing a job. If you're a city kid who doesn't know what manual labor is, a millennial, or just somebody who is averse to working to save some money, don't purchase.
My pressure washer is 2800 psi. I used a 15 deg nozzle on the end. At full extension it's a handful. You have to use your head and understand a few things.
First, when you pull the trigger the water exiting the nozzle is going to force it back, if you fight it or start trying to control it too soon it's going to whip around. Hold it firm, let it kick and then it will settle.
The jet force that is pushing the wand back will increase the closer the nozzle gets to the object being washed. Trying to force it too close and it will kick back, making the jet force decrease, which makes it go back towards the object, which increases the jet force and makes it kick back. Rinse, lather, repeat. If that's happening you're trying to get the nozzle too close. Back away or switch to a larger angle nozzle to decrease the jet force.
Second, balancing a stick straight in the air is easy, you only hold the weight. When you tilt a stick you introduce a moment force that makes it feel heavier. The further you tilt it the heavier it will feel. This wand is the same, both when you initially position it, and as you operate it. If you're smart, you can find a balance point/angle/distance that makes the jet force kicking back balance the moment force trying to swing it down. Then you only hold the weight, which is still tiring, but manageable.
But what all of that means is that you really don't have a wide range of motion with it before it becomes too heavy or uncontrollable. You can only work about a 2' square before either needing to step over or bringing the wand down and changing the length. This adds time to the job. Just set your expectations. It will not operate like the small wand that comes with the washer.
Also, to help your decision - it's difficult to see exactly where the nozzle is washing. The angle that I found to hold it at put me semi close to my house. Often the sun would be in my eyes as I'm looking up 2+ stories, also I wear glasses which is impossible as a good amount of the water is raining on you. Somebody else might have a better experience in this regard.