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2/14/2018

Atomizing Spray Nozzles Cover 360 Degrees

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Exair’s ½ NPT internal-mix atomizing nozzles are designed to spray liquid up to 13 feet in all directions, in a 360-degree, hollow circular pattern.

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Exair’s ½ NPT internal-mix atomizing nozzles are designed to spray liquid up to 13 feet in all directions, in a 360-degree, hollow circular pattern. This makes them well-suited for applications in which liquid must be sprayed in a broad area, such as for dust suppression, humidification and cooling. They also can be used to coat the inside of large-diameter pipes or ducts.

By combining liquid and compressed air inside of the air cap, the nozzles produce a fine mist of atomized liquid that can be easily adjusted, providing flows ranging from 10.8 to 150 gallons per hour. They can handle liquids with a viscosity of as much as 300 centipoise, including water, light oils, rust inhibitors, chemicals, paints and dyes. The nozzles’ stainless steel construction adds to their durability and corrosion resistance.

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