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SNAP RELEASE SPRAY NOZZLE SYSTEMS
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DESIGN FEATURES

Nozzles can be quickly changed and aligned by hand without tools

Clamp-on adaptor fits any style nozzle

Quick set-up system features special "Snap-in" tips

Polypropylene, resistant to most acids and alkalies

Double clamp base or adapter available for higher pressure operation


HOW SPRAY PATTERN IS ACHIEVED

Fan – a thin flat sheet of liquid is produced when the fluid exits the orifice, and the spray begins to widen and gradually moves outward from the nozzle

Full cone - atomization is achieved by the water being spun inside the nozzle and then exiting an orifice

Hollow cone -the inlet of the nozzle and the direction of the spray are inline. Flow enters the nozzle and is directed by channels or vanes to swirl along the axis of the nozzle. The emitting spray is atomized in a hollow cone pattern

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