TANK CLEANING NOZZLES

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Common Uses and Industries:

Bright Beer Tanks

Brew Kettles

Fermentation Tanks

Mixers

Cooking Kettles

Large Commercial Ovens and Freezers

Reactors

Process Vessels

Underground Storage Tanks (UST) and Above Ground Storage Tanks (AST)

Oil and Gas Storage Tanks

Optimize Your Tank Cleaning Process to Raise Productivity and Use Fewer Resources With BETE Spray Technology

BETE tank cleaning nozzles maximize the efficiency of cleaning tanks and equipment by ensuring proper distribution of the cleaning media and maximizing impact from the available flow rate and pressure of the system. They save significant time and money over other cleaning options such as "fill and drain" or manual entry (especially in hazardous environments).

We offer a complete line of tank cleaning nozzles designed for effective rinsing or removing difficult soils. Our tank cleaning nozzles use the latest spray technology to optimize industrial or hygienic tank and equipment cleaning applications. Rotational tank cleaning devices clean faster than traditional spray balls while reducing water and solvent consumption, saving time and money.

Find Your Tank Cleaning Nozzle By Tank Size

Tank Cleaning Nozzles for Mid-Size Industrial & Sanitary Tanks - 6.5 ft (2m) to 20 ft (6m) diameter
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TW Spiral

Stationary Tank Cleaning Nozzle
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Soil Type: Light to Moderate
Cleaning Range: Up to 8 ft
Flow Rates: 3 to 163 GPM
Pressure: 10 to 400 psi
Min. Entry Diameter: .87 to 1.31”
Max. Temperature:550°F
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LEM

Stationary Tank Cleaning Nozzle
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Soil Type: Light to Moderate Cleaning Range: Up to 8 ft Flow Rates: 4.2 to 157 GPM Pressure: 10 to 100 psi Min. Entry Diameter: 4.25 to 5.3” Max. Temperature: 550°F
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Clump

Stationary Tank Cleaning Nozzle
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Soil Type: Light to Moderate
Cleaning Range: Up to 10 ft
Flow Rates: 7.4 to 80.6 GPM
Pressure: 10 to 80 psi
Min. Entry Diameter: 5.75”
Max. Temperature: 550°F
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HydroClaw®

Stationary Tank Cleaning Nozzle
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Soil Type: Light to Moderate
Cleaning Range: Up to 10 ft
Flow Rates: 33 to 112 GPM
Pressure: 25 to 40 psi
Min. Entry Diameter: .2.4 to 2.9"
Max. Temperature: 550°F
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HydroWhirl® S

Reactionary Force Tank Cleaning Nozzle
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Soil Type: Light to Moderate Cleaning Range: Up to 18 ft Flow Rates: 1.3 to 90.9 GPM Pressure: 10 to 60 psi Min. Entry Diameter: .66 to 2.72” Max. Temperature: 550° F
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HydroWhirl® Poseidon

Reactionary Force Tank Cleaning Nozzle
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Soil Type: Moderate to Heavy
Cleaning Range: Up to 25 ft
Flow Rates: 4.45 to 82.4 GPM
Pressure: 10 to 60 psi
Min. Entry Diameter: 1.7 to 3.3”
Max. Temperature: 200° F
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HydroWhirl® Disc (HWD)

Clog-Resistant Reactionary Force Tank Cleaning Device
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Soil Type: Moderate to Heavy
Cleaning Range: Up to 25 ft
Flow Rates: 4.45 to 82.4 GPM
Pressure: 10 to 60 psi
Min. Entry Diameter: 1.7 to 3.3”
Max. Temperature: 200° F

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