Published 31-07-2015

NEW INTERNAL MIX SPRAY NOZZLE COATS, COOLS, TREATS AND PAINTS

31-07-2015

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd, an Australian owned company that specialises in a range of compressed air products have recently come out with their new EXAIR's new 1/2 NPT Internal Mix Atomizing Spray Nozzles.

According to the company these nozzle atomize fluids of various spray patterns and liquid volumes for a variety of uses.

These new nozzles combine liquid and compressed air inside of the air cap to produce a fine mist of atomized liquid that can be easily adjusted.

The 1/2 NPT spray nozzles provide liquid flows up to 1147 LPH (303 GPH) and are available with multiple spray patterns including narrow angle round, wide angle round and flat fan.

When used with water, atomizing nozzles are a way to evenly cool hot items in automated process.

They are also commonly used with light oils, rust inhibitors, chemicals, paints and dyes.

EXAIR atomizing nozzles are available with 1/4 and 1/2 NPT connections and in a variety of sizes and shapes to meet your needs. All models are adjustable, come with our 5 year “Built to Last Warranty” and are CE compliant. 

 

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd

1300 787 688

www.caasafety.com.au

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