A major furniture manufacturer recently developed a need to replace an outdated spraying system with an efficient, engineered solution. The need was to mark a production piece as it travels from one process to the next along a linear conveyor. At intermittent points in the conveyor there is an opening through which liquid can be sprayed, but the opening is small and the available time is short.
The photo above shows the mounted nozzle awaiting final connection to air and liquid supply lines. The pressure of these supply lines, combined with the fine tuning of the needle valve (top center of the Atomizing Nozzle) allow the liquid flow of the application to be dialed in to precisely the right point. (Note that the photo has been rotated 180° and the nozzle actually sprays liquid upward. EXAIR Atomizing Nozzles can be installed in any orientation.)
This application, with limited space and instantaneous or near-instantaneous liquid spray needs, is a great fit for an EXAIR Atomizing Nozzle.
Fast delivery, and precision control are two of the biggest advantages to using an engineered solution. If you have an application in need of an atomized liquid spray, contact an EXAIR Application Engineer.