The spraying of viscous liquids is a typical application in numerous industries. In everyday use, the greasing up liquid should be conveyed in a controlled, estimated route to an exact region. Likewise numerous ointments, for example, oils are thick which can address a few difficulties for powerful spraying.
Viable oil is tied in with conveying the right measure of grease to the right region. The oil that falls outside the objective region is basically squandered yet additionally applying too much grease to some unacceptable regions is similarly inefficient. In a perfect world then a spray that conveys a uniform measure of spray to a precise region is required.
To accomplish consistency a moderately fine spray is alluring. Fine sprays will in general be more homogenous and thus will convey more uniform coatings of greases.
Numerous oils are gooey and thick and this can introduce spraying difficulties. Specifically if utilizing air atomizing nozzles the activity of the air on a gooey liquid can cause blockage issues. Utilizing outer blend variations, where the air is blended in with the liquid after exiting from the nozzle, will help alleviate this issue.