Pressurized Liquid Cone Nozzles Are Here

EXAIR's new FullStream™ and HollowStream™ Liquid Atomizing Spray Nozzles provide a full cone or hollow spray pattern for pressurized liquids in 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 NPT sizes. These inexpensive and versatile nozzles offer the ideal solution for cooling, cleaning, rinsing and dust suppression applications. They produce droplets by spinning the liquid and breaking its surface tension through a precision orifice or by impacting the liquid on to a surface of the nozzle.

EXAIR's new FullStream™ and HollowStream™ Liquid Atomizing Spray Nozzles provide a full cone or hollow spray pattern for pressurized liquids in 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 NPT sizes. These inexpensive and versatile nozzles offer the ideal solution for cooling, cleaning, rinsing and dust suppression applications. They produce droplets by spinning the liquid and breaking its surface tension through a precision orifice or by impacting the liquid on to a surface of the nozzle.

Compared to EXAIR's Air Atomizing Spray Nozzles, liquid atomizing spray nozzles generate more liquid volume and produce a coarse spray pattern. The higher liquid flow rates benefit some common industrial applications like cleaning, cooling, rinsing, dust suppression and washing. Many liquid atomizing spray nozzles operate well when the liquid they are spraying contains particulate or is a slurry. They operate at up to 250 PSI liquid pressure.
Type 303 stainless steel construction provides durability and corrosion resistance, with operating temperatures up to 800°F (427°C). FullStream and HollowStream nozzles are CE compliant and available with a variety of flow rates. They complement EXAIR's large line of Air Atomizing and No Drip Air Atomizing Spray nozzles. Models come with our 5 year Built to Last Warranty. https://exair.co/184-LNmulti

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