Introduction of blowing nozzles

Type F blowing nozzles deliver high-impact, fan-shaped and circular air streams designed for a variety of blowing applications in process processing. This blower is made of ABS plastic or aluminum alloy, and the nozzle is designed with a plurality of cylindrical jet holes, from which the air is blown out to form a fan-shaped and…

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Features of Two-Fluid Atomizing Nozzle

Because the development history of nozzles is relatively short, there are no national standard parameters and names for nozzles now. Air atomizing nozzles are also called dual-fluid atomizing nozzles. Usually, two parts of air and liquid work together, and then according to the internal structure design of the nozzle, the liquid is It is evenly…

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fire fighting
Advantages of fire water mist nozzles

In the fire protection system, the water mist nozzle uses high pressure to make nitrogen and water rotate at high speed in the nozzle to form water particles or water mist. Water mist is easy to gasify after encountering fire. Everyone knows that nitrogen does not support combustion, so the water mist containing nitrogen can…

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Features of siphon atomizing nozzles

Siphoning is a hydrodynamic phenomenon that draws liquids without the use of a pump. A siphon atomizing nozzle produces a finer droplet spray by increasing the gas pressure or decreasing the liquid pressure, resulting in a higher gas flow rate to liquid flow rate ratio. The fine droplet spray produced by the siphon atomizing nozzle…

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Water Mist Nozzle
What is high pressure water mist?

High-pressure water mist, also known as micro-water mist, has a pressure greater than 10MPa. It is based on a positive displacement pump, usually a plunger pump, and the system pressure can reach up to 100-200MPa. The high-pressure water mist system and device are generally safe, economical and efficient, and the pressure is usually 10-20MPa. High-pressure…

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