Spraying Systems’ line of PulsaJet nozzles includes an electrically-actuated hydraulic nozzle that is rated for spraying alcohol- and solvent-based fluids in Zone 1 hazardous locations. It is designed to provide accurate spray placement and spray pattern integrity in high-speed or low-capacity applications.
Suited for use in lubricating, dispensing, marking and coating operations, the nozzle offers cycling ranging to 10,000 cycles per minute to enable increased line speeds and productivity. When used with an AutoJet spray controller, it can be cycled on and off quickly at a controlled frequency to achieve pulse width modulated (PWM) flow control, which enables the flow rate to be precisely controlled while pressure remains constant. Other benefits of PWM flow control include relatively low flow rates generated with larger, clog-resistant UniJet spray tips, and reduced fluid consumption by eliminating overspray and waste, the company says.
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