Automatic Spray Nozzles for Intermittent Spray Applications

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Intermittent spraying solutions are ideal for precision coating, lubricating, and moistening applications in Food Processing, Building Materials Manufacturing, and any other industry looking to save resources and improve product quality. BETE nozzle designs and spray technology come in a  range of air actuated and electrically actuated automatic nozzles, and offer precise dosing for a variety of spray media, including air-atomizing options for operations that require finely atomized sprays.
 

BETE Spray Process Solutions Benefits

• Precision volume sprays directly on the target 
• Reduced waste and minimal overspray maintain
    a clean, safe environment 
• Uniform coverage 
• Each nozzle is capable of a wide range of flow rates 

Intermittent Spraying Nozzles for Precision Coating Applications | Hygienic Food Grade Design

Products

HydroPulse® Automatic Spray Nozzles

BETE’s electric actuated HydroPulse Spray Nozzles assure precision volumes of expensive ingredients and compounds are sprayed directly onto your processing target, with overspray waste virtually eliminated. Pair with the BETE FlexFlow™ Precision Spray Control System to achieve uniform coverage, even when adjusting your conveyor speed. 

Electric HydroPulse spray nozzles do not require a compressed air source and are capable of cycling on/off up to 150 cycles per second. These features afford the option of using high-frequency cycling known as Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to vary the liquid spray flow rate at constant supply pressure with little change in spray performance by adjusting the duty cycle. When the spray cycle is at a high enough freque   ncy, coverage uniformity is maintained because the duration between pulses of spray is short enough to ensure there are no gaps in the spray coverage.  

 
 
 

  HydroPulse - Electric - EHP - Food Grade Hygienic Nozzles

  Liquid inlet connection   1/8", NPT or BSPP; or 1/2" tri-clamp   
  Maximum liquid flow rate   1.0 GPM / 3.8 LPM
  Maximum rated pressure   250 PSI / 17 bar
  Thermal insulation class   F (155°C / 311°F)
  Power   9.3W @ 24VDC
  Electrical connector   M8 3-pin
  Maximum cycle frequency     150 cycles/sec
  Nozzle construction

  Stainless steel wetted components,
 Food-Grade Viton® (FKM) seals, hygienic design  

  Interchangeable BJBJH, and CW nozzle tip options.*
 












 




 

  HydroPulse - Electric - EHPI - Industrial Nozzles

  Liquid inlet connection   1/8", NPT or BSPP
  Maximum liquid flow rate   3.8 LPM / 1.0 GPM 
  Maximum rated pressure  20 bar / 300 PSI 
  Thermal insulation class   F (155°C / 311°F)
  Power   10.4W @ 24VDC
  Electrical connector   DIN 11mm
  Maximum cycle frequency     50 cycles/sec
  Nozzle construction

  Stainless steel wetted components,  
  Viton® (FKM) seals

  Interchangeable BJBJH, and CW nozzle tip options.*


 








 



 

HydroPulse - Pneumatic

Pneumatic HydroPulse spray nozzles provide a controlled intermittent liquid spray using only liquid pressure as the force for atomization.
It offers a drip-free performance and is pneumatically actuated for crisp on/off precision spray performance.
 

  HydroPulse - Pneumatic - PHP - Intermittent Nozzles

  Liquid inlet connection   ¼” NPT or BSPT, liquid; 1/8” NPT 
  or BSPT, cylinder air
  Maximum liquid flow rate   5.3 GPM
  Maximum rated pressure   600 PSI
  Thermal insulation class   -15°F to 400°F
  Power   30 PSI to 250 PSI
  Maximum cycle frequency   3 cycles/sec
  Nozzle construction   Stainless steel wetted components,
  Viton® (FKM) seals.
  Interchangeable BJ, BJH, CW and ST nozzle tip options.

 

 

Air Atomizing

Air atomizing nozzles use the energy in compressed air or gas to produce finely atomized liquid sprays at relatively low operating pressures. 
 
  • If you have low pressure and a smaller drop size is needed that cannot be achieved with a single fluid nozzle, an air atomizing nozzle is the perfect choice. 
  • When a viscous fluid needs to be sprayed/atomized that cannot be sprayed with a single fluid nozzle, an air atomizing design is the best option. 

 

XA 10 & 11 Low Flow Air Atomizing Spray Nozzles 

The XA nozzle system has many interchangeable components that can be assembled to achieve a variety of air atomizing spraying objectives, with a choice of internal or external mix set-ups. 

  XA Air Atomizing Automatic Nozzles - 10 or 11 Body Options

  Liquid inlet connection    1/8” or ¼” NPT or BSPT, liquid and air

  Maximum liquid  flow rate  

  72 GPH
  Maximum rated pressure      40 PSI
  Thermal insulation class   -15°F to 400°F
  Power   30 PSI to 250 PSI
  Maximum cycle frequency   3 cycles/sec
  Nozzle construction   Nickle plated brass or stainless steel wetted,
  components, Blue-Gard gasket, Viton (FKM) seals.  
  Compatible with XAAD, XAEF (pictured), XAER, XAFF, 
  XAPF, XAPR, XASF, XASR, and XAXW spray set-ups.

 

SAM External Mix Air Atomizing Spray Nozzles

Design Features of the SAM flat fan and narrow round automatic nozzle:
 
  • Separate atomizing and fan air lines provide variable coverage and fine control of drop size without affecting liquid flow rates. Higher atomizing air pressure           yields finer drop size; higher fan air pressure yields broader patterns. 
  • Removable plug provided for liquid recirculation port 
  • External mix; allows spraying of viscous materials 
  • Liquid flow rates are independent of air 
  • Precise metering of the liquid flow rate 
  • Pneumatically-controlled shut-off and clean-out built in  
     

  SAM Air Atomizing Automatic Nozzles

  Liquid inlet connection   1/8” NPT or BSPT; 
  air and liquid
  Maximum liquid flow rate   47 GPH
  Maximum rated pressure   20 PSI
  Thermal insulation class   15°F to 400°F
  Power   30 PSI to 250 PSI
  Maximum cycle frequency   3 cycles/sec
  Nozzle construction   Stainless steelwetted components,
  Blue-Gard® gasket,
  Viton®(FKM) seals
  Compatible with XAAD, XAEF (pictured), XAER, XAFF, 
  XAPF, XAPR, XASF, XASR, and XAXW spray set-ups.
   
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