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Old 13-05-2018, 06:30 PM   #1
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Quick Nilfisk adapter Question "Gerni/New Nilfisk"?

Is "Gerni/New Nilfisk" the adapter I need for any new consumer Nilfisk pressure washer? Seems like the obvious answer but I just want to check first..

Particularly I want to buy an in2detailing snow foam lance and they list several types of Nilfisk adapters (http://www.in2detailing.co.uk/produc...e7dff9f98764da)

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Old 23-05-2018, 10:33 PM   #2
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Is "Gerni/New Nilfisk" the adapter I need for any new consumer Nilfisk pressure washer? Seems like the obvious answer but I just want to check first..

Particularly I want to buy an in2detailing snow foam lance and they list several types of Nilfisk adapters (http://www.in2detailing.co.uk/produc...e7dff9f98764da)

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Also interested in this. This is a connector on one of the supplied extensions of my C135, but I cannot for the life of me see which snow foam lance I need.



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Old 24-05-2018, 12:56 AM   #3
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That looks like a Nilfisk Click and Clean connector
What do you have on the other end of that extension (the end that goes into the trigger)? It used to look like a T
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That looks like a Nilfisk Click and Clean connector
What do you have on the other end of that extension (the end that goes into the trigger)? It used to look like a T
That's the end of a patio cleaner attachment so yeah, a click and clean connector.

Should I be looking elsewhere to see which adapter snow foam lance I'll need then?

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Old 24-05-2018, 11:55 AM   #5
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For those Nilfisk models (i have one) you want a snow foam lance with the Nilfisk / Alto bayonet connector.

The lance actually goes straight on the gun rather than the extension that then has the push button release nozzles.
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For those Nilfisk models (i have one) you want a snow foam lance with the Nilfisk / Alto bayonet connector.

The lance actually goes straight on the gun rather than the extension that then has the push button release nozzles.
Was hoping someone would have one already. Is it this one then?

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That’s the one I have on both my snowfoam
Lances yes.

I expected it to replace the nozzles at first until the lance arrived and I saw
The bayonet. Just as well as would be cumbersome to have the bottle filled will
Foam / TFR right on the end of the jet wash lance
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Fantastic, sir. Thanks for the information.

Can finally get a lance ordered up now!
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That’s the one I have on both my snowfoam
Lances yes.

I expected it to replace the nozzles at first until the lance arrived and I saw
The bayonet. Just as well as would be cumbersome to have the bottle filled will
Foam / TFR right on the end of the jet wash lance
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Old 24-05-2018, 03:03 PM   #9
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http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...=405684&page=2

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Cheers for that. It would seem this is out of stock just now with the four different nozzles so I've ordered a lance in the correct fitment for now at least.
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What benefit would the linked setup give though? Totally novice at this btw so please go easy

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