Exair Introduces No Drip Spray Nozzle
Exair’s ½ NPT No Drip External Mix Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle design requires no additional airline to control the No Drip feature.
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Exair (Cincinnati, Ohio) has introduced a 1/2 NPT No Drip External Mix Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle. The nozzle design works in the same way standard atomizing nozzles do, but is said to positively stop liquid flow when compressed air is shut off. Exair’s No Drip design requires no additional airline to control the No Drip feature. The nozzles are available in a narrow angle flat fan pattern and are designed for pressure fed applications with independent air and liquid control. According to Exair, the nozzels are fully adjustable to minimize air and liquid consumption and have interchangeable liquid and air caps. Flow ranges from 141 Gph to 303 Gph (534 Lph to 1147 Lph). They are also available in 1/8 NPT and 1/4 NPT, and are CE compliant and conflict-mineral-free.
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