About BETE

Since 1950, BETE has put over 1,000,000 nozzles into deep sea, deep space, and everywhere in between.

Why work with BETE?

In all areas of spray nozzle engineering, manufacturing, and application, BETE is a pioneer. Ever since 1950 when John BETE invented the spiral nozzle (also called corkscrew, "pigtail" or helix), our spray nozzle design innovations have gone into deep sea, deep space, and everywhere in between.

The ISO 9000 family sets out quality management criteria and contains some of the International Organization for Standardization's best-known standards. These standards are based on quality management principles, providing tools and guidance for companies who aim to ensure their products and services meet customer requirements with a quality system that is steadily improved upon. In 1993, BETE was the first spray nozzle company to have it's quality management system registered to ISO 9001. Ten years later, in 2003, we became the first spray nozzle company in the world with a quality management system certified to the demanding ISO 9001:2000 standard. In 2009 our quality management system was confirmed and registered to the ISO 9001:2008 standard. Most recently, in April of 2018, the BETE quality management system – used to ensure the quality of all BETE spray nozzles – received certification a fourth time under the ISO 9001:2015 standard.

BETE makes over 20,000 different spray nozzles. We pioneered the use of Teflon® (PTFE) and titanium for nozzles and are the only spray nozzle manufacturer with a complete in-house investment casting foundry. The majority of our products are specially engineered for our customers, and nearly one third of our business is international.

The BETE Difference is our unparalleled ability to respond quickly and effectively to any kind of spraying challenge, whether simple or complex, anywhere in the world.

Virtually every business uses spray nozzles, and for virtually every spray nozzle application the first choice is BETE. Spray droplets formed by BETE spray nozzles can neutralize micron-size pollutants, extinguish fires, cool hot gases, coat delicate electronics, apply colorants and flavorings, clean processing machinery automatically, and much more.