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operating the arb-ex

ideal ground
The ground material will be worked quickly and easily.
stubborn ground
This will require more time but the Arb-Ex will still be effective.
difficult ground
The power nozzle can be used to penetrate the ground, however, the Arb-Ex may struggle. 
We recommend that an initial "pulsing" of the trigger is used to see how the ground will react. Drier/lighter materials often spray upwards due to the amount of air being injected so a debris cone must be used. In favorable grounds, the operator can freely zigzag above the surface and dip the nozzle into the ground, decompacting with ease. 
When the ground is more challenging it is possible to use the Arb-Ex in a more aggressive manner. The power nozzle can be tapped against the surface and buried into subsurface layers. 
If non-porous ground is encountered, we recommend the following methods:
Solid ground- Prepare the ground with water then follow up with air. Adding water and mulch can help with difficult, compacted ground. 
Cohesive clays- Push the power nozzle in deep, then pulse the trigger.

using the arb-ex

The Arb-Ex should be used perpendicular to the ground at the start of operation. This will ensure any upwards spray is directed back up and into the debris cone.