Flat Fan Nozzle

A flat fan spray nozzle serves the purpose of spraying onto a surface or an object moving in a transverse direction with respect to the direction of the jet, a typical example being the nozzles in a car washing tunnel. The vast majority of flat spray nozzles used in the industry work according to one of the following principles.

TYPES OF FLAT FAN NOZZLES

 INLINE FLAT FAN (Pressure nozzle):

This is the general purpose flat fan nozzle where the liquid enters the nozzle in line with the axis length and is fed to a pressure chamber from where it is ejected through the nozzle orifice. Flow value and spray angle are determined respectively from the orifice cross section and the orifice edge profile.

 INLINE STRAIGHT JET (Pressure nozzle):

Straight nozzles can be considered as flat fan nozzles as the only difference is the spray angle which is zero degrees in solid jet nozzles. These nozzles are often used in high-pressure operating environments where the wear resistance of the nozzles is very important. It ensures optimum service life and spray orientation. Apart from the standard brass, 303SS and 316SS, Synergy Spray offers these nozzles in a wide range of wear resistant materials.

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