BETE has been a leader in spray systems solutions and technology for almost 70 years. Since 1958 BETE has been developing specialized spray nozzle designs for a variety of industries such as Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing, Food & Beverage, Power Generation, Waste Management, and more…
Leveraging decades of experience with advanced engineering and manufacturing resources, BETE has grown far beyond just spray nozzles and today offers a one-stop shop for complete spray systems solutions.
The Whole Package
When it comes to providing high quality spray performance for your process, selection of an appropriate spray nozzle model is only the first step in successful implementation. Just as critical as spray nozzle selection is the engineering of upstream flow control equipment, such as pump and flow control skids, to ensure that nozzles are supplied with the proper fluid conditions to function as intended.
While undersized pumps, piping, and valves can result in inadequate fluid supply conditions at the spray nozzles, oversizing these components can result in unnecessary increases in capital equipment costs and operating expenses. Therefore, it is important that all aspects of the flow control system be properly sized based on the target spray parameters.
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BETE’s deep understanding of spray nozzle and fluid system performance allows us to design and build custom-tailored flow control systems that meet the specific needs of your spray process. Alternatively, if you have an existing spray system that does not perform as desired, we can evaluate your system and recommend changes to improve the performance and reliability of your spray process. Using a variety of engineering resources, we evaluate pressure losses caused by pipe friction, elevation, and valve or instrument flow coefficients. We then adjust pump and nozzle performance curves accordingly to make sure that your system will operate exactly the way you need it to.
For spray processes that require automation, our engineers have experience with a variety of controls options that can make spray parameter adjustments based on real-time process signals and feedback loops. These spray systems can operate as stand-alone units or further integrate with central plant control systems for remote monitoring and control input.
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Our engineered spray systems may include any or all of the following components:
- Pressure regulators
- Automatic control valves
- Pressure/temperature/flow sensors
- Variable Frequency Drives (VFD)
- Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
- Switches, relays, and other electrical hardware
- Structural skid frames
From process engineering and nozzle selection assistance all the way to implementation of automated spray systems, BETE’s extensive engineering and manufacturing resources are all located under one roof which means that we have a unique ability to respond quickly and effectively to your most demanding spray process challenges.
Contact us today to see how we can help you increase the performance, reliability, efficiency, and profitability of your spray process.