Jet Spray Nozzles

The straight jet nozzle is a single concentrated jet with a straight forward design. The straight jet uses a straight orifice that produces a jet stream with a spray angle of 0°. This design is common among all of the straight jet nozzles.

BETE has years of experience solving challenging industry-specific problems, creatively and effectively. Our engineers can assess the best solution from our extensive selection of nozzles to provide you with the optimal results.


What BETE nozzles are considered Straight Jet?

Many different nozzles series produce a straight jet spray pattern. The following direct pressure nozzles produce a straight jet spray pattern:

Jet Nozzle Design Specifications and Frequently Asked Questions

Many of the nozzles like the BJ & NF series listed are categorized as fan style nozzles. These nozzles have angled cuts which produce a flat pattern that fans out with a specific spray angle. The straight jet version does not use angled cuts, but instead uses a straight orifice that produces a jet stream with a spray angle of 0°.

Straight Jet nozzles produce a concentrated jet of water that has a spray angle of 0°.

Due to a spray angle of 0°, individual droplets do not have the opportunity to form.

Straight jet nozzles are able to be operated with a very wide range of pressures. Straight jet nozzles usually do not have any internal or external geometry that will limit them to a specific pressure range.

Straight jet nozzles are not generally limited to a pressure range. Since the flow rate is a product of orifice size and pressure, straight jets have a very wide range of possible flow rates.

  • Straight jet nozzles can be very useful for a wide variety of applications. They are often used in washing applications and other situations that call for concentrated flow and high impact. An example of this is implementing a HydroWhirl S nozzle for a tank washing application. The HydroWhirl S series uses the long throw and high impact generated by straight jets to clean a wide variety of tank sizes with stubborn residue.
  • The straight jet nozzles can produce the highest impact and longest throw out of any nozzle type. They have few limitations, and nozzles such as the LP & PSR use their compact designs to make applications possible when space is at a premium.

More than half of BETE's nozzle production are spray nozzles custom designed for application-specific customer requests. Incorporate your process experience with our spray nozzle expertise for the best results.