REDwire New spray nozzle coats, cools, treats and paints in compact areas

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EXAIR's new atomizing spray nozzle combines liquid and compressed air inside of the air cap to produce a fine mist.

For pressure-fed applications where space is at a premium, EXAIR has the solution. Its 1/4 NPT internal mix deflected flat fan atomizing spray nozzle has the capability to atomize fluid and spray at a right angle to the nozzle orientation — a feature ideal for use in tight spaces like enclosures and ductwork because the spray is placed precisely where it is needed. 

Nozzle features and advantages

These nozzles combine liquid and compressed air inside of the air cap to produce a fine mist of atomized liquid. Using compressed air and liquids with a viscosity of up to 300 centipoise, they provide liquid flows from 1.8 to 6.9 gallons per hour, and can be easily adjusted to meet the needs of each application.

The CE-compliant nozzles offer durability and corrosion resistance thanks to their stainless steel construction. They are available with 1/4 NPT and 1/2 NPT connections, and in a variety of sizes and shapes. Plus, they come with EXAIR’s five-year warranty, giving customers peace of mind. 

Typical applications

EXAIR’s atomizing nozzles can coat, cool, treat and paint a variety of products. Common applications include washing, coating, cooling, rinsing, quenching, wetting, dust control and humidification. The liquids that are typically used for these applications include water, light oils, rust inhibitors, chemicals, paints and dyes.

An industry leader

The 1/4 NPT internal mix deflected flat fan atomizing spray nozzle joins EXAIR’s comprehensive lineup of best-in-class compressed air-operated products. The leading manufacturer has been solving problems in industrial plants for more than 30 years with its selection of top quality air amplifiers, air knives, air-operated vacuums and more. 

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