• EXAIR’s 1/8 NPT HollowStream liquid atomising spray nozzle is the latest addition to EXAIR’s line of Liquid Atomising Nozzles.
    EXAIR’s 1/8 NPT HollowStream liquid atomising spray nozzle is the latest addition to EXAIR’s line of Liquid Atomising Nozzles.
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EXAIR’s 1/8 NPT HollowStream liquid atomising spray nozzle is the latest addition to EXAIR’s line of Liquid Atomising Nozzles. Providing a hollow cone spray pattern, the HollowStream features a tangential flow design.

The 1/8 NPT HollowStream is vaneless with wide open internal features to resist clogging. It produces a uniform distribution in a ring pattern with medium to large droplets to solve cooling, cleaning, foam breaking, rinsing and dust suppression applications for industry.

With HollowStream nozzles, the liquid is supplied into the body of the nozzle creating a swirling action within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the spray pattern when the machined nozzle breaks the liquid surface tension as it exits the orifice and into a controlled spray angle. The open, right-angle design is compact and serves well in applications involving liquids that are thicker or containing particulate and operates at up to 250 PSI liquid pressure.

Available from Compressed Air Australia, the stainless steel construction of liquid atomising nozzles adds to durability and corrosion resistance.

HollowStream nozzles are CE compliant and available in a variety of flow rates. They complement EXAIR’s large line of 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 NPT Air Atomising and No Drip Air Atomising Spray nozzles. All models come with EXAIR’s five-year warranty.

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