Bete BJ Spray Nozzles – Low Flow Fan or Straight Jet Spray
In Bete fan nozzles, the liquid is forced through a relatively small, elliptical orifice to provide a thin, flat sheet of spray which covers a narrow area. They are particularly effective in application such as washing or descaling where the nozzles are fixed and the item to be sprayed passes by.
The flat fan pattern is effectively a line of spray. The impact of this spray is high when compared to full or hollow cone spray patterns, but not as high a solid stream nozzle. The droplet sizes produced by this type of nozzle are larger than cone nozzles, although very fine droplet flat fans can be produced by some air atomizing flat fan nozzles. In order for a flat fan nozzle to cover an area, some kind of relative motion is required. Commonly this motion is provided by a conveyor moving product under a series of flat fan sprays. Alternatively the nozzle itself can be in motion to provide complete coverage.
Design Features of the Bete BJ Spray Nozzle:
- Three-piece construction
- Interchangeable spray tips
- Integral strainer available
- Male and female connections
Spray Characteristics of the Bete BJ Spray Nozzle:
- Relatively coarse atomization
- Uniform distribution with tapered edges for use in overlapping sprays
Spray Pattern: Flat Fan
Spray Angles: 0° to 110°
Flow rates: 0.003 to 24.7 gpm (0.011 to 101 L/min)
Standard Materials: Brass, 303 Stainless Steel and 316 Stainless Steel (for nozzle number BJ01 and higher).
Applications for the Bete BJ Spray Nozzle: