Exair's FullStream Nozzle Produces Conical Rinsing Spray
Exair’s 1/4-NPT FullStream liquid atomizing spray nozzle provides a full cone spray pattern for pressurized liquids.
Exair’s 1/4-NPT FullStream liquid atomizing spray nozzle provides a full cone spray pattern for pressurized liquids. The nozzle is designed for cooling, cleaning, washing, rinsing and dust suppression applications. A vaneless tangential flow design creates wide open internal features to resist clogging while producing a uniform distribution in a round pattern with medium to large droplets. Also featuring a compact right-angle design, the nozzle operates at up to 100-psig liquid pressure. FullStream cone nozzles work well with liquids containing particulate, the company says.
The liquid is supplied into the body of the nozzle such that a swirling action is created within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the spray pattern as the water exits the orifice, producing a controlled spray angle.
Stainless steel construction contributes to the nozzle’s durability and corrosion resistance. FullStream nozzles are CE-compliant and available in a variety of flow rates.
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