- The Axial Whirl full cone nozzle style is ideal if you need an even distribution over a packed bed.
- If you have minimal room above the packed bed, a Tangential Whirl full cone nozzle might be a better choice.
- If you looking at even distribution over a specific surface area such as in Rain Simulation and Foam Control Applications, the Axial Whirl full cone nozzles is, once again, an excellent choice.
- If you have minimal room above the surface, a tangential whirl full cone nozzles may be a better option.
- If you have venturi scrubbers, you may have the best results with a narrow angle Axial Whirl full cone or narrow angle Axial Whirl hollow cone nozzle.
- The necessity of Hollow VS Full, such as NCK and NCJ Series, is usually based on the actual designer of the scrubber.
- The two MaxiPass nozzles are designed with an S vane for larger free passage; the other Full Cones Series utilize a disc that have smaller areas that could trap particulates that are in the fluid.
- Unlike standard whirl nozzles, spillback nozzles provides a 10:1 turndown ratio with minimal change in drop size.
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