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Full Cone Spray Pattern

The nozzle emits spray in a conical shape by dispersing liquid over the cone’s interior. When the spray meets with a surface, a circle of spray is created with liquid throughout, creating the full cone spray pattern.

There are two types of full cone nozzle designs.

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Axial

  • Spray exits on the same axis it enters
  • Internal disc or vane causes the liquid to spin, and the centrifugal force exerted upon the geometry of the exit creates the spray pattern
  • Wide flow ranges
  • Large free passage
  • Resistant to clogging
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Tangential (Right Angle)

  • Spray exits 90° from the entry axis
  • Internal geometry creates the spray pattern by the liquid swirling around the body cavity before exiting the orifice
  • Resistant to clogging
  • Larger droplets than spiral
Examples of Why You Would Choose This Spray Pattern Over Others
  • If you are looking for even distribution over a packed-bed, a full cone nozzle pattern provides great coverage results.

  • Rain simulation and foam-control applications provide even distribution over specific surface areas using full cone nozzles.

  • The two MaxiPass nozzles are designed with an S vane for larger free passage, while the other full cone series utilize a disc with smaller areas that could trap particulates in the water.

Nozzle Spray Videos
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Full Cone Spiral Spray Nozzle: BETE TF 10 FCN

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Full Cone Spiral Spray Nozzle: BETE TF 40XP

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Full Cone Spiral Spray Nozzles: BETE TF 112-150

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Extra-wide Full Cone Spiral Spray Nozzle: BETE TF 40-170

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Axial Whirl, Full Cone Spray Nozzle: BETE MaxiPass 218M

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Axial Whirl, Full Cone Spray Nozzle: BETE MaxiPass 1000M

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Axial Whirl, Full Cone Spray Nozzle: BETE NC 0707W

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Axial Whirl, Full Cone Spray Nozzle: BETE NC 2060W

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Tangential Whirl, Full Cone Spray Nozzle: BETE TSC 584A 90

Axial Full Cone Nozzles
Detail of the BETE EZWL

EZWL

EZWL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE QUICK CHANGE CONNECTION SYSTEM
Detail of the BETE SF

SF

SNAP RELEASE SPRAY NOZZLE SYSTEMS
Detail of the BETE CW

CW

LOW FLOW AXIAL HOLLOW AND FULL CONE NOZZLE WITH INTERCHANGEABLE TIPS
Detail of the BETE MPL

MaxiPass® L

LOW FLOW MAXIMUM FREE PASSAGE AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE MP

MaxiPass® MP

MAXIMUM FREE PASSAGE AXIAL FULL CONE NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE NC

NC

PLASTIC AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE NCK

NCK

NARROW-ANGLE INJECTOR AXIAL FULL CONE NOZZLE
BETE NCS

NCS

COMPACT AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE NCFL

NCFL

AXIAL FLANGE FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE NCSQ, commonly made of Polypropylene, PTFE and PVC

NCSQ

SQUARE AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE SC

SC

METAL ALLOY AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE TC

TC

METAL ALLOY AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
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WL

AXIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Tangential Full Cone Nozzles
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WTZ

CLOG-RESISTANT TANGENTIAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Spiral Full Cone Nozzles
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N

SPIRAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE FOR FIRE PROTECTION
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ST

ABRASION-RESISTANT SPIRAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE STXP

STXP

LARGEST FREE PASSAGE FULL CONE SPIRAL SPRAY NOZZLES
Detail of the BETE TF

TF

SPIRAL FULL AND HOLLOW CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE TFXP

TFXP

LARGEST FREE PASSAGE, ONE-PIECE DESIGN SPIRAL FULL CONE SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE TF29-180

TF29-180

FIREBETER ULTRA-WIDE FULL CONE SPIRAL SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE EZTF.

EZTF

SPIRAL FULL AND HOLLOW CONE SPRAY NOZZLE QUICK CHANGE CONNECTION SYSTEM

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