Air induction nozzles produce more droplets per gallon of water by building droplet volume creating bubbles of air within the droplet. This also generally lends to a smaller amount of droplets outside of the median range of the nozzle. The air within the droplet also assists with droplet retention upon target impact allowing coarse and very coarse droplets to explode and stick as smaller droplets. Many of the modern Air induction nozzles offer a wide range of pressure operation at a consistent droplet size for a wide range of field speeds at a given rate.
For the ultimate in application performance combine Air Induction nozzles with a DUO REACT system for an even wider range of speeds at a consistent droplet size, flexibility to select droplet size manually, or mix droplet sizes using the A+B Mode.