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2/23/2016

Spray Nozzle Coats, Cools, Treats, Paints in Tight Spaces

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Exair’s ¼-NPT internal-mix, deflected, flat-fan spray nozzle atomizes fluid and sprays at a right angle to the nozzle orientation.

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Exair’s ¼-NPT internal-mix, deflected, flat-fan spray nozzle atomizes fluid and sprays at a right angle to the nozzle orientation. This enables spray to be placed precisely where it is needed when the mounting and work areas are limited. These nozzles are ideal for coating the inside of enclosures and ductwork, the company says. They combine liquid and compressed air inside of the air cap to produce the finest mist of atomized liquid that can be easily adjusted to meet application needs. The spray nozzles provide liquid flows from 1.8 to 6.9 gallon per hour. A stainless steel construction provides durability and corrosion resistance.

The nozzles enable coating, cooling, treating and painting of products using compressed air and liquids with viscosity ranging to 300 centipoise. They can accommodate water, light oils, rust inhibitors, chemicals, paints and dyes. Exair atomizing nozzles are available with ¼- and ½-NPT connections and in a variety of sizes and shapes. 

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