This is a brief video showing the effects of adjusting the needle valve on an EXAIR Atomizing Spray Nozzle.
First off, I would like to say happy Pi Day! To anyone that has to deal with math every day, or if you are a nerd like myself (and most of the rest of the crew here), then you know your 8th grade math teacher wasn’t lying when she said you’ll use this when your an adult.
So here at EXAIR the wonderful Professor Penurious has graced us all with pie for Pi day.
As I sit here eating a wonderful piece of cherry pie, I am thinking of how I had a customer that was wanting to buy the smallest Atomizing Spray Nozzle we offer, they currently had a model EB1040SS which is our largest External Mix Wide Angle Flat Fan Spray Nozzle. Due to the versatility of our Liquid Spray Nozzles, instead of buying an entire new nozzle, the customer was able to simply buy just an Air and Liquid Cap. They were extremely pleased with this solution due to the fact it is merely a trial situation and they aren’t quite sure what they need to achieve their goal. What they do know is, they can buy multiple caps to interchange on their single body and perform all the testing they wish to determine what will cover their plethora of applications.
If you have any questions or would like see which of our versatile products will fit your application, please let me know.
In case you don’t normally read the EXAIR blog, the general consensus among all the engineers here is that you can never have enough information. To ensure that we pass on as much information as possible to our customers we have added even more to our website. This time, we have given a vast amount of information on our Atomizing Spray Nozzles.
All of the information can be found on the page shown below.
This information will allow you to easier select the appropriate Atomizing Spray Nozzle for the application. Whether it is spraying a liquid coolant onto a drill press to help cool and lubricate the operation or painting parts, the information is there to help better assist you the customer.
Take a look at the new page and if there is anything that you don’t see there, let us know. We may still have it in our files, if not, maybe we can get it for you fast.