The selection of desulfurization nozzle is a very important part of the desulfurization system, and the reasonableness of its selection and the effect of its use directly affects the performance and efficiency of the entire desulfurization system.
The article will provide a detailed introduction to the selection of desulfurization nozzles from the following aspects.
Material of the nozzle
The material of the desulfurization nozzle should have favorable corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance and abrasion resistance. Materials commonly used include stainless steel, polymer materials and alloy materials.
Stainless steel has better corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance, but the price is higher too.
Polymer materials have a lower price and better corrosion resistance, but poor resistance to high temperatures.
Alloy materials have better resistance to heat and wear, but are more expensive.
Material of the nozzle should be selected according to the actual operating conditions and use requirements.
Type of the nozzle
The main types are solid cone nozzles, hollow cone nozzles, spiral nozzles and combination nozzles. Different types of nozzles have different spray shape and spray characteristics, it should be selected according to the actual working conditions and use requirements.
For example, solid cone nozzles are suitable for wide spraying, hollow cone nozzles are appropriate for atomization of liquids, spiral nozzles are applicable to rotary spraying of liquids, and combination nozzles can be flexibly combined according to the actual needs.
Diameter and flow rate of the nozzle
An important factor affecting the effectiveness of spraying.
In general, the larger the diameter of the nozzle, the larger the droplets will be and the area covered by the spray will increase. The higher the flow rate of the nozzle, the higher the flow rate of the spray, the droplet size and the area covered by the spray will also be affected.
The selection of nozzles should be based on the actual working conditions and the requirements of use to determine the diameter and flow rate of the nozzle.
Installation height of the nozzle
The installation height directly affects the performance and efficiency of the entire desulfurization system. Normally, the installation height of the nozzle should be determined according to the actual working conditions and usage requirements.
When selecting the installation height of the nozzle, the followings should be noted:
1. Meet the design requirements of the whole desulfurization system and cannot affect the normal operation of other equipment.
2. Adjust appropriately according to the actual situation to ensure the spray effect is optimized.
3. Consider potential obstacles in the actual situation to avoid the spraying effect being affected.
In conclusion, the selection of the nozzle is a very important part of the desulfurization system. Various factors must be taken into full consideration when selecting the suitable nozzle. Only in this way can we ensure that the performance and efficiency of the entire desulfurization system is optimum.