Published 18-08-2020
| Article appears in August 2020 Issue



New from EXAIR, the ¼ NPT FullStream liquid atomising spray nozzle provides a full cone spray pattern for pressurised liquids.

Industry applications such as cooling, cleaning, washing, rinsing and dust suppression are a breeze with FullStream nozzles, which feature a vaneless tangential flow design to resist clogging.

What’s more, the wide-open internal features produce a uniform distribution in a round pattern with medium to large droplets.

The right-angle design of the FullStream makes the unit compact and able to operate up to 100 PSIG liquid pressure. The cone nozzles also work well with liquids containing particulate.

With FullStream nozzles, the liquid is supplied into the body of the nozzle creating a swirling action within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the spray pattern when the machined nozzle breaks the liquid surface tension as it exists the orifice and into a controlled spray pattern.

The stainless steel construction of the liquid atomising nozzles adds to their durability and corrosion resistance.

Available now from Compressed Air Australia, EXAIR’s FullStream nozzles are CE compliant and available in a variety of flow rates. The FullStream range perfectly complements EXAIR’s large line of 1/8, ¼ and ½ NPT Air Atomising and No Drip Air Atomising spray nozzles.

Compressed Air Australia
1300 787 688



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