These SPRAYTECS nozzles produce a compact, uniform and solid stream jet in a wide range of flow rates (from 2 lpm to 435 lpm at 3 bar pressure).


The flat jet is formed by the concentration of the drops at the nozzle outlet (orifice), which form angles of different amplitudes according to the parameters of the project. In this particular case the angle is 0°.


The spray is produced on the same line with respect to the axis of the feed tube of the nozzle, then is defined "axial".


The flat jet arrow stream nozzle is not suitable to produce an atomized spray pattern, because it has been designed for maximum jet power. Our design engineers was committed to prevent concentrated, jets from disintegrating into drops at large distances.


They have not good resistance to occlusions, because their minimum free passage is quite small. It is therefore recommended to use clean fluids, not containing suspended big parts that can affect the functionality of the nozzle.


To obtain the certainty of a good service of these SPRAYTECS nozzles, the use of fluids without heavy impurities is recommended. This may be obtained with the adoption of an adequate filtering of the fluids which must be used by these nozzles.


These nozzles are suitable for the following applications : 

 

  • filter cleaning
  • intensive washing processes
  • steam cleaning
  • degreasing
  • gravel washing
  • surface treatment
  • street cleaning
  • rain curtains


Note that these SPRAYTECS nozzles are available in brass and in stainless steel, in the flow rates indicated in the tables.

  

 

 

 

 

 

The picture on the left shows the spray pattern of these nozzles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Check with SPRAYTECS for critical dimension, pressure, capacity, fluids in your applications, in order to receive support in your decision.

 

Nozzle materials must meet correctly chemical composition of fluids in your processes, always remember it.

 

Spray angle performance varies with pressure. Contact SPRAYTECS for specific data on your critical applications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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