EXAIR’s _Ó no drip spray nozzles preventing waste

EXAIR presents _-inch no drip external mix air atomising spray nozzles offering
the highest flow rates and allowing the air and liquid flow to be adjusted
independently.

Similar in operation to their standard atomising nozzles, EXAIR’s new
spray nozzles have the added benefit of positively stopping liquid flow when
compressed air is shut off. These external mix air atomising spray nozzles can
be used on liquids above 300 centipoise. The patented no drip design requires
no additional air line to control the no drip feature.

Like any of EXAIR’s spray nozzles, these are ideal for sanitisation,
decontamination, cooling, cleaning, dust mitigation, coating or humidification.

Normally, when spraying any type of liquid, post-spray drips can cause
big problems. For instance, unwanted drips can ruin product function on sealing
or mating surfaces as well as painted or coated finishes. Excess liquid flow also
wastes resources such as expensive coatings, chemicals or water.

However, the new atomising spray nozzles from EXAIR positively seal off
the flow of liquid when the compressed air supply is shut off, eliminating the
possibility of drips.

The new _Ó no drip external mix atomising nozzles are available in a
narrow angle flat fan pattern for pressure fed applications with independent
air and liquid control.

Available from Compressed Air Australia, the no drip and standard atomising
nozzles are fully adjustable to minimise air and liquid consumption and have
interchangeable liquid and air caps. Key features also include flow ranges from
534 Lph to 1147 Lph (141 Gph to 303 Gph); 1/8″ and º” size options, CE
compliance; and conflict mineral free product.

For more information, please visit the Compressed Air Australia website or call 1300 787 688
(Australia) or +61 8 8983 3999 (International).

Leave a Reply

replica rolex is easy to operate and easy to read.

diamond painting kits is an easy and enjoyable activity for crafters young and old.

how much are ebony sex dolls?