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P Evaporative Cooling, Fogging, and Misting Nozzles

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P Evaporative Cooling, Fogging, and Misting Nozzles

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Design Features

  • High energy efficiency
  • No whirl vanes or internal parts
  • Highly efficient laminar jet impinges on target pin generating fine fog
  • Male connection

Spray Characteristics

  • Finest fog of any direct pressure nozzle
  • Produces high percentage of droplets in the 25-400 micron range; ideal for dust suppression
Common materials:
303, 310, 316, 321, 347, Brass, Nickel Alloy C-276

Misting nozzles

Misting nozzles are generally considered medium-angle (70-90 degrees) and cone-shaped. Some nozzles (MW) will experience narrower patterns at lower pressures. Air-atomising nozzles can also be classified as misting nozzles in terms of drop size, however, the addition of atomising air can aid in forming different patterns and increasing projection distance.

  • The small droplet size is ideal for when you need complete evaporation.
  • Misting nozzles can provide a low flow rate that gives optimal results for scientific or pharmaceutical applications where a small dosing pump is used.
  • Misting nozzles also can also produce a high flow rate with a small drop size requirement (i.e. area humidification header).
  • Other misting nozzles without atomizing air can create smaller droplets (MWH, misting header).

Common uses

  • Mist and coating of supermarket produce (especially fruit and vegetables) and other foodstuffs
  • Moisten paper, water plants
  • Compost piles of crushed products
  • Produce fog effects for theatrical productions
  • Spray oil mist for coating and lubricating bearings
  • Mist onto concrete to facilitate curing

Misting fluids types

  • Any low viscous fluids under 10 centipoise (water is most common).
  • Above 10 centipoise you may see diminished atomization.
  • Some clogging can generally be prevented by filtering suspended solids where necessary.

P Nozzles Evaporative Cooling, Fogging, and Misting Nozzles