Dust suppression

Low Clog Solutions

Dust is a common by-product of many industrial processes. How serious a problem dust is depends upon the process and the nature of the dust. At one end of the scale production of dust can be merely an unpleasant inconvenience – at the other end of the scale it can pose a severe risk to humans and equipment. At the more severe end of the scale the reduction of dust contamination is often mandated by regulatory legislation, so effective dust control is a business-critical application.

Dust Suppression Nozzles

Air Atomising Misting Nozzles For Dust Suppression

These nozzles use a secondary fluid or gas to break up the primary spraying fluid into an exceptionally fine spray (atomisation).  The secondary fluid is usually air, but can be any gas, but the term “air atomising” is used for all.

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xapr-nozzles
Spiral nozzles for dust supression

A relatively small average droplet size can be achieved with the TF range of spiral nozzles. But within the mix of droplet sizes there exist some larger drops. These tend to concentrate in concentric rings of higher spray density.

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Air Atomising Misting Nozzles For Dust Suppression

These nozzles use a secondary fluid or gas to break up the primary spraying fluid into an exceptionally fine spray (atomisation).  The secondary fluid is usually air, but can be any gas, but the term “air atomising” is used for all.

xaad-nozzle
xapr-nozzles
Impingement Misting Nozzles For Dust Suppression

With this design of nozzle the fluid is ejected from the nozzle orifice and impacts upon a pin in the direct path of the water flow. This breaks up and disrupts the flow into a fine spray cone. As the fluid is being broken up by impact this allows for a larger orifice, thus allowing for more viscous or “dirty” fluids to be sprayed into a fog pattern.

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