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Benefits of uiltrasonic Coating

A surface impingement nozzle impinges a stream of liquid on a surface, forming a thin sheet of liquid that breaks up into little drops. This flat fan spray pattern nozzle is utilised in a variety of purposes, including herbicide spraying and row o painting.

The impingement surface can be spiralled to produce a spiral shaped sheet that resembles a full cone or a hollow-cone spray pattern.


For a particular pressure and flow rate, the spiral design delivers smaller drops than the pressure swirl type nozzle design. Because of the huge open channel, its design is clog-resistant.


The application of energy to a cleaning solution such as an alkaline soak cleaner, a surfactant type of buffing compound remover, or a solvent, in the form of high frequency sound wave above 20,000 Hz in the inaudible range, has proved very effective for removing hard-to-remove soil from inaccessible places as crevices, blind holes, and gear teeth. Each application of ultrasonic cleaning has to be engineered and applied for the job at hand. Ultrasonic Spraying is a tool for making a good cleaner work better.

Machine Cleaning


Most rapid alkaline decreasing is accomplished by spray washing in an automatic or semiautomatic machine. In order to justify the expense of such an installation, the volume of work must be large. In spray washing machines the mechanical force of the spray in addition to the chemical and physical action of the cleaning solution speeds up the cleaning process. The important use is for pre cleaning of metals to remove large excesses of soils.







Electro cleaning


Although it is possible to clean work effectively in soak tanks, electrocleaning is the most reliable method of preparing surface for electroplating. In electrocleaning the work is made either cathode (direct current) or anode (reverse current); in either case gas is generated at the metal surface and assist in dislodging the soil, and at the same time brings up fresh cleaning solution.


A spray nozzle is a precision device that allows liquid to be dispersed into a spray with ease. Nozzles are used for three things: spreading a liquid across a large area, increasing the surface area of a liquid, and creating impact force on a solid surface. A number of spray characteristics are used to define the spray in a range of spray nozzle applications.

Spray nozzles are classified according to the amount of energy utilized to create customization, or the breaking up of the fluid into drops. Spray nozzles can have one or more outlets; a compound nozzle has more than one exit. Spray balls, which have been used in the brewing business for many years to clean casks and kegs, feature several outputs on nozzles. Spray nozzles are used in a variety of applications, from heavy-duty industrial applications to light-duty spray cans or spray bottles.


Shaped-orifice nozzle


The shaped orifice uses a semi spherical shaped inlet and a V notched outlet to cause the flow to spread out on the axis of the V notch. A flat fan spray results which is useful for many spray applications, such as spray painting.


Surface-impingement single-fluid nozzle


A surface impingement nozzle impinges a stream of liquid on a surface, forming a thin sheet of liquid that breaks up into little drops. This flat fan spray pattern nozzle is utilised in a variety of purposes, including herbicide spraying and row o painting.

The impingement surface can be spiralled to produce a spiral shaped sheet that resembles a full cone or a hollow-cone spray pattern.


The spiral design generally produces a smaller drop size than pressure swirl type nozzle design, for a given pressure and flow rate. This design is clog resistant due to the large free passage.Find more details

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