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The full cone pattern from a spiral nozzle consists of several concentric hollow cones that join to produce a full cone effect with a smaller droplet size.
The TFXP and STXP nozzles offer a larger free passage by stretching out the helix (spaces between the spiral turns) and providing the nozzle a free passage of at least the orifice diameter.
The N Series is offered with FM and UL Approvals for sensitive Fire Protection applications.
A spiral helix directs the liquid after it leaves the orifice. Each spiral turn allows for a different spray angle, thus creating a full cone nozzle.
The coverage isn’t as uniform as a Whirl Full Cone nozzle, but a Spiral Full Cone nozzle offers a better cooling effect for sensitive applications.
The Spiral Full Cone nozzles offer a smaller droplet size with a larger surface area to volume ratio as compared to the similar flowing Whirl Full Cone nozzle.
Depending on your application, typically between 40-100 psi.
The flow rate will be contingent on your specific application.
If you are looking for gas cooling or want the liquid to react with a process for a smaller droplet size, the Spiral Full Cone nozzle gives you outstanding results.