Lubrication

Spray Nozzles for Mining Lubrication

The spraying of lubricants is a common application in many industries. In general the lubricating fluid needs to be delivered in controlled, measured way to a precise area. Also many lubricants such as oils are viscous which can represent some challenges for effective spraying.

Lubrication Nozzles

Less Clogging

The deflection type nozzle produces the flat fan pattern by deflecting the fluid stream against curved surface after exit from the nozzle orifice. The impact of the fluid on the deflection surface cause the desired atomisation and the geometry of the surface shapes the resulting spray into a flat fan pattern.

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SPN-nozzle
Air Atomising Nozzles for Lubrication Applications

In direct pressure nozzles the energy required to break up the fluid comes from the potential energy of the fluid itself. As more energy is required to break up fluids into smaller droplets, pressure and flow rate need to be increased in order to form very fine sprays. This increase in flow rate may not be desirable as it might result in too much lubricant being delivered.

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xapr-nozzles
xapf-nozzle
xasr-nozzle
xasf-nozzle
xapf-nozzle
xaef-nozzle
xaer-nozzle
xaff-nozzle
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