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Misting Spray Pattern

Misting nozzles create a very fine mist or fog. Droplets are typically small enough that buoyancy is significant compared to gravity, allowing drops to appear to float. In the absence of upward airflow, particles are simply falling very slowly.

Detail of Misting.

Small Opening - MicroWhirl®

  • Liquid is sheared by forcing it through tiny openings
  • Narrower spray pattern at lower pressures
  • Produces smallest droplets for direct pressure
Detail of Impingement

Impingement

  • Liquid is scattered by impacting it on a pin immediately upon exiting the nozzle, causing deflection on the surface
  • Medium spray angle 70° to 90°
Examples of Why You Would Choose This Spray Pattern Over Others
  • The small droplet size is ideal for when you need complete evaporation.

  • Misting nozzles can provide a low flow rate that gives optimal results for scientific or pharmaceutical applications where a small dosing pump is used.

  • Misting nozzles also can produce a high flow rate with a small drop size requirement (i.e., area humidification header).

Nozzle Spray Videos
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Misting Nozzles: BETE PJ 8

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Misting Nozzles: BETE MicroWhirl 105

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Misting Nozzles: BETE P 120

Misting Nozzles
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FOG AND MISTING SPIRAL SPRAY NOZZLE
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IMPINGEMENT FOG AND MISTING SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE SS

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DENSE FOG AND MISTING SPRAY NOZZLE
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FOG AND MISTING SPRAY NOZZLE FOR FINE ATOMIZATION
Detail of the BETE UltiMist

UltiMist®

FOGGING AND MISTING SPRAY NOZZLE
Detail of the BETE MW

MicroWhirl®

MISTING AND FOGGING SPRAY NOZZLE

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