Atomizing spray nozzles atomize fluids to create a fine spray in a variety of patterns for a variety of uses. They are commonly used to mark products, paint or coat, cool, reduce dust, lubricate and clean parts.
With the numerous types of Atomizing Nozzles sold by EXAIR, it can be challenging to shift through all the information. We can help you to narrow down the field to quickly find the correct Atomizing Nozzle for your application. In a summary, here are the basic questions that need to be answered:
1.) Are you using a pressurized liquid feed?
2.) What is the viscosity of the fluid?
3.) What is the liquid feed rate in gallons per hour (gph) or liters per hour (lph).
4.) Should I use the No-Drip option?
EXAIR’s flow chart with easy-to-follow steps will walk you through the decision tree and land you at the best Atomizing Spray Nozzle for your application. In answering these simple questions, this chart will guide you to the correct page in our current catalog to get additional information and specifications. Click on Link below to determine the best nozzle for you.
When it comes to spraying a fine mist, EXAIR has a great range of Atomizing Nozzles. If you follow the flow chart, you will get the best product to spray your liquid and reduce waste. If you have any problems or questions, you can contact one of our Application Engineers at EXAIR.
EXAIR has continued to build on a large catalog of Intelligent Compressed Air Products. In catalog 27 we introduce (2) new Atomizing Nozzles to add to our product’s functionality and versatility. Today, I want to talk about one of the spray nozzles we added. Don’t worry! Next week, I will talk about the second nozzle, if you must look ahead follow this link.
Our new nozzle is the Internal Mix Deflected Fan Nozzle. The nozzle produce a flat fan of atomized liquid at a right angle to the nozzle’s orientation. The nozzle is designed for pressure fed application, where the pressurized liquid does not need to be controlled independently from pressurized air. In cases where space is limited, the directed flat fan frees up over 3 3/4″ extra inches of height clearance on the standard nozzle. With the no drip spray nozzle, it can gain you over 4 inches of clearance. This clearance can be very important when you consider the coverage you gain in a tight space.
Let me give you an example. A customer is running a 28 inch conveyor of machined parts through a 6″ tunnel and wishes to spray a solvent across the parts evenly. In the past we would have needed to use the AF2010SS No Drip nozzles. The AF2010SS nozzle would have done a great job, but the nozzle would need to be mounted at the top of the tunnel. The overall length of the nozzle would limit the spray distance to 2 3/4″ inches. With only 2 3/4″ of spray, it would require 11 nozzles to cover the 28″ span. With the AD2010SS the bulk of the nozzle and the no drip body can be mounted behind the spray nozzle, which allows the spray distance to be 5 1/2″ which would cover a wide 8 1/4″ area. With 8 1/4″ of coverage, what would have required (11) nozzles now only requires (4) nozzles.