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Atomizing nozzle design

There are basically two principles for spraying liquid after atomization through a nozzle. The first is to use the centrifugal force generated by the high-speed rotation of the water stream to throw the liquid out at a high speed, so that the liquid is broken into smaller droplets, or the liquid is broken into smaller droplets by high pressure. After the liquid is pumped out, it hits the surface of a hard object, smashes the liquid through kinetic energy and then sprays it out. The second scheme generally uses compressed air and liquid to be mixed and sprayed out at high speed to form water mist. coors16-orig_orig

The advantage of the former is that it does not require an air compressor and the pipeline arrangement is relatively simple. Air-atomizing-nozzle-1-4-stainless-steel-ultrasonic-mist-nozzle-nebulizer-nozzle-dust-suppression-dry-fog

The advantage of the latter is that spray can still be achieved in a low-pressure environment or even when the liquid has no pressure.

First, you need to confirm the atomization principle of the nozzle, such as whether there is an air compressor in the working area of the nozzle, or whether the nozzle is a high-pressure or low-pressure system, so that we can recommend suitable products for you or redesign products for you.