AIR ATOMIZING NOZZLES

Leading manufacturer of Air Atomizing sprays nozzles in Chennai. Air Atomizing nozzle works by atomizing the water when air is passed through the smaller orifice. Atomizer nozzle design is critical to the functioning of the nozzle. Air atomizing nozzles are widely used for the following applications.

 

  • Humidification and control
  • Lubrication
  • Chemical Spraying
  • Atomization of high viscous liquids
  • Chemical coating
  • Cooling
  • Misting
  • Fogging
  • Paint Spraying
  • Gas cooling
  • Lubrication

Paint Spray Atomizing Nozzle Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Paint Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Model Name: ST-6 (Manufacturer : Fuso Seiki, Japan)

Spray Pattern: Both fan and round pattern

Flow Rate (Water) Ml/min.at 3.3’ (1m) Gravity Feed: 0-600

Air consumption L/min.(0.3 MPa):140

Ultrasonic Nozzle Spray – Fine Air Atomizing Nozzle

Ultrasonic nozzles are a type of spray nozzle that uses high-frequency vibration produced by piezoelectric transducers acting upon the nozzle tip that will create capillary waves in a liquid film. Once the amplitude of the capillary waves reaches a critical height (due to the power level supplied by the generator), they become too tall to support themselves and tiny droplets fall off the tip of each wave resulting in atomization

Atomizing nozzles for viscous fluids and for applications that benefit from increased spray nozzle control. i.e control of the pattern and droplet size independent of shape air or atomizing air and control air.  Externally atomized with built-in pneumatic control valve.

External Mixture Flat Fan Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Air Atomizing Nozzles deliver an unique internal design that makes it possible for the liquid and air to mix internally producing a fine or coarse drops atomized spray.

Basically, obtaining fine atomization is done by increasing the air pressure or lowering the liquid pressure, resulting in a high ratio of air flow rate to liquid flow rate.

In the vast majority of industrial processes, air atomizing Nozzles are being used, where compressed air supplies the required energy for atomizing the liquid.

Internal Mixture wide angle Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Air Atomizing Nozzles deliver an unique internal design that makes it possible for the liquid and air to mix internally producing a fine or coarse drops atomized spray.

Basically, obtaining fine atomization is done by increasing the air pressure or lowering the liquid pressure, resulting in a high ratio of air flow rate to liquid flow rate.

In the vast majority of industrial processes, air atomizing Nozzles are being used, where compressed air supplies the required energy for atomizing the liquid.

External Mixture Flat Fan Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Air Atomizing Nozzles deliver an unique internal design that makes it possible for the liquid and air to mix internally producing a fine or coarse drops atomized spray.

Basically, obtaining fine atomization is done by increasing the air pressure or lowering the liquid pressure, resulting in a high ratio of air flow rate to liquid flow rate.

In the vast majority of industrial processes, air atomizing Nozzles are being used, where compressed air supplies the required energy for atomizing the liquid.

Internal Mixture Siphon Flat Fan Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Air Atomizing Nozzles deliver an unique internal design that makes it possible for the liquid and air to mix internally producing a fine or coarse drops atomized spray.

Basically, obtaining fine atomization is done by increasing the air pressure or lowering the liquid pressure, resulting in a high ratio of air flow rate to liquid flow rate.

In the vast majority of industrial processes, air atomizing Nozzles are being used, where compressed air supplies the required energy for atomizing the liquid.

Internal Mixture jet Air Atomizing Spray Nozzle

Air Atomizing Nozzles deliver an unique internal design that makes it possible for the liquid and air to mix internally producing a fine or coarse drops atomized spray.

Basically, obtaining fine atomization is done by increasing the air pressure or lowering the liquid pressure, resulting in a high ratio of air flow rate to liquid flow rate.

In the vast majority of industrial processes, air atomizing Nozzles are being used, where compressed air supplies the required energy for atomizing the liquid.

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