Leverage BETE's comprehensive range of services, including Applications Engineering assistance and Advanced Spray Engineering Services, to help you select the right products and improve your process.
BETE Is Your Dedicated Partner at Every Phase

Here at BETE, the success of our business is rooted in understanding our customers' business to provide effective engineered solutions for their fluid process challenges. With over 70 years of experience designing and manufacturing nozzles and spraying systems, BETE is a trusted provider of spray technology. We listen to and partner with our customers to ensure the optimal solution for their spraying challenge.

BETE uses decades of experience with spray Design and Applications Engineering combined with our CNC Machine Shop, Foundry, and Spray Lab to design, manufacture, and test our spray technology. Our team provides guidance and technical expertise in the selection of products and the development of custom solutions. We offer Advanced Spray Engineering Services to solve more challenging and critical problems, including the ability to do CFD studies and physical testing. By combining our comprehensive in-house resources with our customers' knowledge, BETE can quickly and effectively solve complex spray applications.

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FlexFlow™ System Reduces Material Waste with Precision Coating for Frozen Pastry Manufacturer

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SpiralAir® Nozzle Significantly Reduces Air Consumption Usage in Flue Gas Cooling

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Avoiding Costly Damage and Repair of Refinery Equipment With Spray Injectors

Quills are not always the best method for injecting chemical inhibitors where spray distribution is critical. For these applications, fabricated spray injectors with a nozzle produce more accurate results for spray injection.
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