Tapas-puntas, Adaptadores y Filtros Wilger

Wilger fabrica una amplia gama de tapas-puntas, adaptadores de pulverización y filtros que pueden ser utilizados en cualquier operativa de aplicación.

Adapters & Strainers

Wye Adapter

Splits a radialock outlet to two radialock caps for dual cap application.
+ MORE on dual-tip spraying

Cap Adapters

Adapts square lug outlets to radialock caps.
Radialock Outlet to square lug cap adapter also available.


Strainers snap into Combo-Jet® caps.
40% longer strainer than most brands.

Turret Adapters

Splits a cap into (up to 3) caps on a swivel.
Available with radialock and square lug outlets.

Hose Drop Adapters

16-48″ long nylon hose drop adapter caps available.

Swivel Bodies

Swivel bodies can rotate 360°.
Check valve versions also available.

Radialock Caps

Fertilizer Streamer Cap

Available in 2-hole and 3-hole versions.
Evenly apply liquid fertilizer on a sprayer.

Hose Barb Cap

Sizes from 1/8″ to 1/2″ hose available.

Push-in Tube Cap

Sizes from 1/8″ to 1/2″ hose available.
Use with semi-rigid polyethylene or vinyl tube.

Slotted Tip Caps

Use with flanged spray tips.
Different slot sizes available for most makes/models of spray tips.
Available in radialock and square lug style caps.

Outlet Plug Cap

Available in Radialock and Square Lug Outlet Plug caps

Female Thread Caps

1/8″ and 1/4″ NPT Threads available.
Also available in 45° 1/4″ NPT.
For applications like spraying fungicide for fusarium head blight (FHB) suppression, using a wye adapter can provide excellent results in coverage.
Studies show using two spray tips, one spraying forward, one spraying back at 30° angles provides excellent coverage on some applications like FHB suppression.
Effectively, using a slightly coarser tip spraying forward provides good coverage on the front (and back) of a head of wheat, as given the extra angle and distance to crop, the spray pattern shears in the wind and sprayer speed nearby where the wheat heads are. This sheared spray pattern can then distribute successfully on the head.
For the spray tip going backward, it is marginally less effective than the spray tip going foward, but can produce excellent fill-in coverage on both the front and especially the back of the head of wheat.
So, in short, consider spraying with higher water volumes, with slightly coarser droplet sizes both forward and backward with a wye adapter to get better all around coverage for applications like Fusarium Head Blight.
Notably, for applications that require similar coverage levels but require penetration into a thick canopy, using two spray tips straight down typically provides better coverage.

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