There are many specifications of stainless steel spiral nozzles, such as: 1/4, 1/2, 1/8, 3/8 and so on. You can also customize the specifications according to your needs. What are the specifications and characteristics of stainless steel spiral nozzles?
Stainless steel spiral nozzles are also called desulfurization nozzles, anti-clogging nozzles, high-flow nozzles, dust removal nozzles, and corrosion-resistant nozzles.
Specifications of stainless steel spiral nozzle
1. 1/4 – SPJT – 303SS – 120 – 07
2. 1/4 – SPJT – 304SS – 120 – 07
3. 1/4 – SPJT – 316SS – 120 – 07
4. 1/4 – SPJT – 316LSS – 120 – 07
The first: 1/4, indicating the size of the interface of the stainless steel spiral nozzle.
Second: SPJT, is the English abbreviation of Spiral Nozzle.
Third: 303SS is the material code. 303SS represents the stainless steel material with the grade of 303. Others can also choose stainless steel spiral nozzles made of stainless steel such as 316 stainless steel, 304 stainless steel, and 316L stainless steel.
Fourth: 120 means that the spray angle of the stainless steel spiral nozzle is generally 120 degrees. Of course, customers can also customize it according to their needs.
Fifth: 07, is the flow representative, representing the approximate flow range of the stainless steel spiral nozzle specification under the pressure of 7 bar.
Analysis of the characteristics of stainless steel spiral nozzle specifications:
1. The spray pattern of the stainless steel spiral nozzle has two types: solid cone and hollow cone. The internal thread spiral nozzle has high use efficiency, large spray angle and anti-clogging.
2. The streamlined design of the cavity from the inlet to the outlet in the stainless steel spiral nozzle specification minimizes the resistance coefficient, so it can be applied to various positions.
3. The stainless steel spiral nozzle has a compact design and a straight-through flow channel design without an inner core that is unobstructed and unblocked, so that the liquid can reach the maximum flow rate on a pipe of a given size.
4. After the liquid (or slurry) is tangent and collided with the continuously smaller helical surface, it becomes a tiny liquid droplet and sprays out to form a mist.