Different nozzle structures will lead to differences in processing efficiency and nozzle service life. A reasonable nozzle structure enables the abrasive to obtain high speeds, which is a necessary condition for improving processing efficiency and reducing costs!
1. The nozzle is blocked.
Solution: Nozzle clogging is one of the most common problems when we use nozzles. When we encounter nozzle clogging, we need to clean up the dirt and impurities in the nozzle and keep the nozzle clean. However, in order to prevent nozzle clogging, some customers have made regular nozzle cleaning plans or use spiral nozzles (spiral nozzles are not easy to be clogged). These are all feasible methods.
2. Temperature damage.
The material of the nozzle is different, and the high temperature resistance ability is also different. If the nozzle we choose needs to be used in a high temperature environment, then we must consider the material of the nozzle. It is generally recommended to use high temperature resistant materials such as stainless steel, brass, ceramics, etc., instead of plastic materials. Because the plastic nozzle is easily deformed due to high temperature, it affects the spraying effect of the nozzle.
3. Nozzle corrosion.
If the nozzle spray has strong chemical properties, when choosing a nozzle, you should also pay attention to the choice of nozzle material, and you must choose a material that is not prone to chemical reactions. Stainless steel spiral nozzles are more prone to corrosion and other situations, so when choosing a nozzle, you must pay attention to choosing the right material.
4. The nozzle is worn out.
Nozzle wear is inevitable. No matter which nozzle or nozzle you use, there will be more or less wear. Of course, when choosing a nozzle material, you should choose a wear-resistant material like stainless steel nozzles. If the nozzle is severely worn, we can only replace the new nozzle instead of the original nozzle.