Double cone, wide angle, high flow
A tangential whirl hollow cone spray pattern projects a ring of spray with very few droplets inside the ring. Tangential spray inlet simplifies piping by eliminating the need for an elbow. A hollow cone pattern provides immediate contact between the gas and the spray in scrubbing applications. BETE DTH nozzles, available in silicon carbide, feature a double hollow cone tangential design. The BETE DTH series features two orifices, each forming a hollow cone pattern, with one spraying downward and the other spraying upward. The geometry of the design has been developed to produce the most uniform possible spray distribution in each cone. The upward spraying cone accomplishes two objectives: 1.) reduces the pressure drop across the absorber and 2.) increases the average droplet residence time. The DTH is also available with unequal flows in the cones, such as 70% upward spraying and 30% downward spraying.
- Large free passage
- Clog-resistant; nozzles have no internal parts
- One-piece casting
- Female connection
- Flanged connection available
Other materials and custom designs are made possible by BETE's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Greenfield, MA. An on-site investment foundry and a full range of CNC machines allow a level of flexibility unmatched in the nozzle industry. The BETE Difference BETE's mission goes beyond just selling spray nozzles: it is to provide engineered spraying solutions that exceed customer expectations in every detail. Extensive in-house capabilities, including CAD design and rapid prototyping, investment casting, welding, and spray testing, make it possible to offer the highest level of quality throughout every phase of production.