|Ah gotcha. For your 2014 AIM, if you have the stackable body with a u-clip, you would have the option to add an inbetween body. Probably be <$10 for that kind of addition. |
For the ER110-125, that would be your best bet with a single tip. At 20GPA and 15mph you do max out on duty cycle at lower pressures, but given you are spraying for coverage, you are likely going to be staying 50PSI+ in most situations regardless. Usually on the AIM system, they recommend staying around 60PSI as a max pressure (as higher pressures will wear the seal on the poppet quicker), BUT fungicide is probably the one time it might be worth running a bit higher and accept the increased wear on the poppet. (e.g. increased fungicide coverage > slightly worse wear on wearable parts that'd cost like max $1500 to replace)
Tip Wizard, when you are plugging in a PWM nozzle selection, does take pressure drop into account. Between systems/sprayers, there might be a little bit of wiggle room beyond that, but it'd be as accurate as you can get.
In the printed charts in the catalog, for the 'PWM charts', it shows what the tip pressure should be as well. We didn't include it in tip wizard as it gets a bit confusing for a first timer, and there isn't much room for it in the chart.
Let me know if that makes sense or if you have any other questions,