Full Cone Spray Nozzle

Full cone Nozzle swirls the fluid with an internal vane to provide a uniform round conical flow of fluids. Full Cone Nozzle sprays pattern with medium to large sized drops.

Full cone Nozzle  :

The Full cone spray Nozzles are widely used in the industry for a wide variety of applications. They maintain the simple design of the smaller nozzles, With the inherent resistance to clogging due to design of the X-vane and are often manufactured by any type of machinable material like SS304, SS316, PP/PVC etc.

Application of Full Cone nozzle includes Surface spraying, Washing & Cooling of flue gasses to remove fly ash, Cooling condenser, Scrubbing, Foam breaking, Chemical process engineering, Fire Fighting, Dust suppression, water coating.

Axial-flow full cone nozzles
Full cone nozzles have an extraordinarily uniform liquid distribution over the whole circular impact area. The high precision of distribution is achieved by orienting the liquid inlet to the centre of the swirl chamber of the nozzle. The optimized x-style swirl insert ensures a high operating safety due to its large free cross-sections.

Tangential-flow full cone nozzles
Tangential-flow full cone nozzles are, for instance, particularly suited for closed circuit spraying of liquids with a high quota of solid matter, or for fire fighting applications. The atomizing fluid is tangentially supplied to a swirl chamber, where it is put into rotation. Tangential-flow full cone nozzles are free of swirl inserts. Hence, they are not at all prone to clogging. The full cone spray is obtained with the aid of specially arranged grooves, milled into the nozzle bottom, which cause an adequate part of the rotating liquid flow to diverge to the center of the swirl chamber. Thereby, an extremely uniform area distribution of the sprayed liquid is achieved.

Nozzle Housing Cluster
Nozzle Cluster head Housing achieve a very large surface of the sprayed liquid by adding various finely atomizing single nozzles.   Whenever a fine fog-like full cone atomization with relatively large flow rates is necessary, e.g. gas exchange processes, steam cooling or dust suppression, Nozzle Cluster housing  have decisive advantages: overlapping hollow cones form a fine full cone atomization with an increased droplet surface area. These very fine droplets cannot be achieved by a single-orifice spray nozzle of the same flow rate size. The increased droplet surface area of the atomized liquid provides great efficiency in gas treatment and cooling applications.

 

There are two types of full cone nozzles: turbulence nozzles and impact nozzles, distinguishable by their different spray patterns.

Turbulence nozzles use vanes to produce a high-speed rotation and pressurize the liquid flow inside a turbulence chamber. Liquids are atomized by the centrifugal force that produces a solid stream jet with a full cone spray pattern.

Impact nozzles work on the impact principle. Liquids hit their spiral profile, atomize and produce large spray flows withfull-cone patterns and desired spray angle. They have no vanes and are virtually clog-free.

 

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