Probably. Coolant pressure and flow rate are inter-related functions of the pump, associated plumbing, kinematic viscosity of the fluid, and size of the outlet orifice. Most factory coolant systems deliver the available amount of coolant through multiple coolant lines. That approach is definitely not designed to deliver more coolant to the cutting edge of each tool. Instead it disperses a large volume of coolant to the general machining area but most of it doesn’t even hit the tool, and what does hit the tool is usually at rather low pressure and velocity. Being truthful about it, it’s really just a cheap way for machine builders to give you something that looks like a good coolant system. It compensates for the fact that they have no way to insure the coolant will get to the right spot on every cutter like SPIDERCOOL. They just slap a bunch of inexpensive nozzles on a manifold, leaving you the customer to aim them all over the place and hope for the best. Machine builders get away with it because most people don’t even know there’s a better way! But now you do. Because SPIDERCOOL aims perfectly, and only at the cutting edge of the tool, a multitude of individual nozzles are not needed. As a result, by condensing the available coolant supply through one or two SPIDERCOOL nozzles, pressure and velocity are usually increased, and it all goes to the only place you need it. On the cut.