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  • Cooling Tower Spray Nozzle: LZ-9
  • Cooling Tower Spray Nozzle: LZ-9
  • Cooling Tower Spray Nozzle: LZ-9

Cooling Tower Spray Nozzle: LZ-9

product description

ABS spary nozzle for cooling towers

The Spiral Target nozzle is an injection molded polypropylene unit consisting of two parts—the main body with integral target diffuser and a snap-on insert or orifice cap.

The orifice cap is available in 13 diameters ranging from .362 through 1.099. This amount of flexibility allows for a wide range of adjustment in water flow rates and basin water levels.

The Spiral Target nozzle is available in three lengths. The 2.625 nozzle is used on wood, steel, and fiberglass cooling towers where basin support structure does not obstruct the release of water. The 4.875 nozzle is used on larger industrial wood and concrete cooling towers and on applications where clogging might be a concern. The 6.875 nozzle is used on towers where the release of the water has to clear obstructions within the tower structure.

In every application the target portion of the nozzle should be located at the correct distance above the top of the cooling tower fill to obtain maximum water distribution over the fill area.We Provide Cooling Tower Spray Nozzle and Cooling tower accessories, We Will Be Your Best Choose! We Have Our Own Factory, So We Can Give You A Cheap Price!

Cooling Tower Spray Nozzle Features

1.Maximum operating temperature from 120°C to 300°C

2.Provides homogeneous fluid mix without the use of air agitation precluding oxidative   decomposition of air agitation of the  solutions

3.Improves circulation of the turbulent flow and optimizes mixture of the solutions

4.Assures uniform mixture of solutions and improve product quality

5.Constructed of carbon fiberglass reinforced polypropylene or stainless steel

Steps to select the proper nozzle size:

For broadcast applications, W = nozzle spacing (distance between two nozzles on the boom) in inches.

For band spraying, W = band width in inches.

For directed spraying, W = row spacing in inches (or band width) divided by the number of nozzles per row (or band).

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