A two-fluid nozzle using any gas as the atomizing fluid
A three-stage process that uses atomizing air more efficiently than conventional designs
Designed for high reliability in extremely hostile environments
Efficient design reduces compressed air consumption
Common applications include gas scrubbing, gas cooling, and gas conditioning
HOW SPRAY PATTERN IS ACHIEVED
Air atomizing nozzles atomize fluids by combining liquid and compressed air/gas at low pressures to form a very fine spray. They can form either a fan or cone spray pattern, depending on the design of the nozzle.