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5/8/2019

Exair's Small Internal Mix Spray Nozzles Coat, Cool, Treat and Paint

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Used with water or coolant, atomizing nozzles can be an efficient way to evenly cool hot items in automated processes.

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Exair’s 1/8 NPT small internal mix spray nozzles atomize fluids up to 42 gallons per hour. The 1/8 NPT small internal mix atomizing nozzles enable manufacturers to coat, cool, treat and paint a variety of products, according to the company. Used with water or coolant, atomizing nozzles are said to be an efficient way to evenly cool hot items in automated processes.

The stainless steel construction of these atomizing nozzles are said to add to their durability and corrosion resistance. The atomizing nozzles are also available in 1/4 and 1/2 NPT. A variety of flow patterns and liquid rates are available. External mix and siphon-fed atomizing nozzles are available, as well as no-drip versions of every atomizing nozzle. All models are adjustable, CE compliant and come with a 5-year warranty.

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