SPRAY HEADERS, SPARGERS, & SPOOL SECTIONS

BETE is not limited to manufacturing nozzles; our engineering and fabrication services provide complete nozzle assemblies for your spray process.

Precise nozzle arrangement on spray headers, spargers, and spools is as critical as selecting the right nozzle for your application. BETE can fabricate the piping section for nozzle installation. The nozzles can be trial fit into the spool piece as part of the manufacturing process before leaving the factory. Our expertise ensures no last-minute surprises, meeting your performance and delivery expectations.
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Ring Header

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Sparger Spool

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Mixing Spool

Design, Fabrication, and Testing Process

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We use Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling software to simulate spray processes and determine the best solutions for your complex process conditions. We stock BETE’s in-house foundry with various alloys, and we are one of the first foundries in the world to cast Nickel Alloy C-22. Our engineers can help you select the material for maximum effectiveness and operating life in your application.

Common Materials

Carbon Steel
Alloy Steels
Stainless Steel
  • 310, 316, 321, 347
Duplex 2205
Nickel Alloys
  • C-276, C-22, 625, 825

Manufactoring Code
Compliance

BETE provides drop-in solutions, including custom spray lances, quills, injection lances, and chemical injectors. Fabrication is BETE’s specialty, from complex ASME Code compliance to simple flush pipe and flange assemblies. Our highly qualified welders have extensive experience welding dissimilar metals and exotic alloys, including nickel and cobalt alloys.

View our certifications and approvals.

Common Design Requirements

ASME B31.3 -Process Piping
ASME B31.1 -Power Piping
  • Boiler External Piping (PP Authorization)
  • Nonboiler External Piping
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII, Division 1 (U Authorizations)
Welding qualification to ASME B&PVC, Section IX
Canadian Registration (CRN)
NACE compliance

Testing & Validation

BETE’s integrated engineering, quality, and manufacturing departments combine to meet virtually any code, testing, or inspection requirement.

Mechanical Inspection

RT –Radiographic
UT –Ultrasonic
PT –Visible Dye Penetrant
Hydrostatic
Hardness
PMI –Positive Material Identification

Performance Inspections

Flow
Spray Angle
Cone Shape
Droplet Size
Special Customer Requirements
Nearly all design, manufacturing, fabrication, and testing happen in the same facility. Close coordination through all process phases ensures optimization of mechanical, performance, and inspection requirements.

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