The spray pattern of the spiral nozzle is formed by the fluid shearing along with the turns of the spiral, which produce multiple concentric cones. These cones form 2 to 3 bands of relatively coarse droplets, surrounded by wider bands of relatively fine droplets.
Spiral Full Cone
- Larger coarse droplets are formed on the outer perimeter
- Smaller droplets formed inside the cone
Spiral Hollow Cone
- Larger coarse droplets are formed on the outer perimeter.
Examples of Why You Would Choose This Spray Pattern Over Others
If you are looking for gas cooling or want the liquid to react with a process for smaller droplet size, the spiral full cone nozzle gives you outstanding results.
If wind resistance and heat removal are a concern, the larger droplets produced by the spiral will give you outstanding results.