SPRAY NOZZLES

At SYNERGY SPRAY SYSTEMS, We manufacture wide range of spray Nozzles for agricultural, commercial and industrial applications. Our customers include the engineering Industries, Coal Mines, Power plants, Dust Suppression companies, food processing, chemical and petrochemical companies in South India. Irrespective of the volume, our customers can rely upon our combined experience to ensure the correct nozzle is selected no matter the application. We are one of the leading spray nozzle manufacturers in Chennai and manufacture all spray nozzle types.

As part of the selection process we regularly advise customers on:

  • Achieving the optimum drop size for your application
  • Spray coverage
  • Flow rates
  • How different fluids affect spray characteristics
  • How gas flows will affect spray patterns
  • Nozzle material selection

SPRAY NOZZLE TYPES & DESIGN

SPRAY NOZZLE DETAILS

A spray nozzle is a precision device that facilitates dispersion of liquid into a spray. Nozzles are used for three purposes: to distribute a liquid over an area, to increase liquid surface area, and create impact force on a solid surface. A wide variety of spray nozzle applications use a number of spray characteristics to describe the spray.

Spray nozzles can be categorized based on the energy input used to cause atomization, the breakup of the fluid into drops. Spray nozzles can have one or more outlets; a multiple outlet nozzle is known as a compound nozzle. Spray nozzles range from heavy duty industrial uses to light duty spray cans or spray bottles.

  • The nozzle performs four basic functions
  • Atomizes liquid into droplets.
  • Disperses the droplets in a specific pattern.
  • Meters liquid at a certain flow rate.
  • Provides hydraulic momentum.

Also we can normally match nozzles from our ranges with those of competitors. All our spray nozzles can be certified for flow rate, thread size and flow angle. with our strong development knowledge, we can manufacture any spray nozzle design at ease. Our spray nozzle price are very competitive.

 

  How to select a spray nozzle?

  • The proper selection and use of the spray nozzle is the most important all applications.
  • The nozzle determines the amount of spray that is generated over a given area, the uniformity of the spray produced, the coverage obtained and the amount of drift that occurs.
  • The nozzle selected must optimize coverage application rate and pressure and minimize loss through drift. For each kind of application, dependent upto the physical conditions prevailing, a different nozzle design is available.
  • Nozzle tips are usually available in brass, stainless steel, and engineering plastic. Steel tips are most resistant to corrosion and abrasion.
  • Brass tips are very commonly used, but ear out more easily and can be corroded by some chemicals. Engineering plastic is likely to become the most serviceable material for spray nozzles, being highly resistant to wear-and-tear and corrosion.

Spray nozzles types are classified as Single fluid nozzle and Twin-Fluid Nozzle .

Single-fluid or hydraulic spray nozzles utilize the kinetic energy of the liquid to break it up into droplets. This most widely used type of spray nozzle is more energy efficient at producing surface area than most other types. As the fluid pressure increases, the flow through the nozzle increases, and the drop size decreases. Many configurations of single fluid nozzles are used depending on the spray characteristics desired.

  • Plain-orifice nozzle
  • Shaped orifice nozzle
  • Surface-impingement single-fluid nozzle
  • Pressure-swirl single-fluid spray nozzle
  • Solid-cone single-fluid nozzle
  • Compound nozzle

Two-fluid nozzles atomize by causing the interaction of high velocity gas and liquid. Compressed air is most often used as the atomizing gas, but sometimes steam or other gases are used. The many varied designs of two-fluid nozzles can be grouped into internal mix or external mix depending on the mixing point of the gas and liquid streams relative to the nozzle face.

  •  Internal-mix two-fluid nozzles
  • External-mix two-fluid nozzles
  • Control of two-fluid nozzles

Other types include

  • Rotary atomizers
  • Ultrasonic atomizers
  • Electrostatic

The performance of the nozzle depends on the following factors.

  • Viscosity
  • Surface tension
  • Nozzle wear
  • Material of construction
  • Liquid properties
  • Temperature
  • Specific gravity

All our products are sourced from high quality suppliers but what our customers really value is our technical expertise.We make any spray application project ensuring that correct product selection is simple and hassle free. Also we can normally match nozzles from our ranges with those of competitors. All our spray nozzles can be certified for flow rate, thread size and flow angle. with our strong development knowledge, we can manufacture any spray nozzle design at ease. Our spray nozzle price are very competitive.

HSN Code for Spray Nozzle is 8481.

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