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Pivoting/Spinning Wheel Blasters

Pivoting Spinning Wheel Blaster  The Quiet Blaster!

More cleaning power reaching front and rear bumpers!


Cobra’s Pivoting Spinning Wheel Blasters with our NEW Laser Nozzles aimed at the front bumper of the vehicle, pivots to follow the front wheel and wheel well, returns to its starting position and then pivots again to follow the rear wheel. The unit remains in this position to blast the rear of the vehicle and then adjust back to its starting position to be ready for the next vehicle.

Why 4 Nozzles Work Better than More Nozzles

Engineering Data shows when using  4 zero degree  nozzles in this application for  wheel blasters  and rinsing there is a balance of  pressure and gallons per nozzle  for best performance. When adding more nozzles the water weight per nozzle is reduced by 20% and therefore has less impact and rinsing. 

A good cost saving feature is our nozzles. There are some blasters out there today that have nozzles costing from $45 to $100 and typically require 3 nozzles per side.

Wheel Blaster Front View

Pivoting/Spinning Wheel Blasters

Driver and Passenger Side

High Pressure Pump Station

NEW Laser Nozzles with more cleaning power to reach front and rear bumpers come standard on our Pivoting-Spinning Wheel Blasters
4-way air solenoid with Flo Control Valves for smooth pivoting action

NEW Laser Nozzles
Wheel Blaster Side View

16″ x 10″ Rotor arms with our NEW Laser Nozzles to blast those bigger wheels, wheel wells, front and rear bumpers
Control valves for smooth pivot operations
In-line strainer reduces nozzle clogging
Protective shield for air cylinder rod
Maintenance free UHMW bearings
Cleans more area than other blasters
Heaviest Gauge Stainless Steel

Highest grade ceramic swivel
                                                        100% Stainless steel construction

Wheel Blaster Top View

Another great feature is our protective shield over the air cylinder rod. It keeps dirt and debris off the rod when extended and then retracted into the cylinder for longer life and less maintenance.