What is flat fan nozzle?

Lechler flat fan nozzles stand for high impact and uniform liquid distribution with spray angles up to 60°. Flat fan nozzles with low flow rates are especially suited for humidifying and spraying in general.

How do I choose a nozzle for my sprayer?

Selecting Your Nozzle Size You’ll want to determine the nozzle flow rate at gallons per minute (gpm). To find that, start with your application rate in gallons per acre (gpa). Next, find an efficient and safe ground speed in miles per hour (mph). Then, determine the spray width per nozzle (W).

How many types of nozzle are there?

There are 5 basic spray pattern types: flat fan, solid stream, full cone, hollow cone and mist/fog. Various nozzle designs are deployed to create these patterns and details on each can be found in the sections below.

Which type of nozzle is used for herbicide spray?

Regular flat-fan nozzles are used for most broadcast spraying of herbicides and for certain insecticides when foliar penetration and coverage are not required. These nozzles produce a flat oval spray pattern with tapered edges (Figure 1).

How many type of nozzles are there?

What are the different spray pattern of various nozzle types?

What kind of nozzles are available for stainless steel?

These nozzles are avail- able in 303 & 316 Stainless Steel, mild steel, brass and CPVC. Spray Characteristics – Flat, high impact, sharply defined spray pattern without heavy edges. This type of high ve- locity spray is excellent for cleaning applications. Spray angles of 0, 15, 25, 40, 50, 65, 80, 95 and 110 degrees are available.

What is high velocity spray nozzle?

Flat spray nozzle with high impact, sharply defined spray pattern without heavy edges. This type of high velocity spray is very useful in cleaning and coating ap- plications. Spray angles of 0, 15, 25, 40, 50, 65, 80 and 90 degrees are available.

What is the pressure of a nozzle on a flatjet flatjet?

NNARROW ANGLE SPRAY FlatJet®Standard Nozzles P nozzleM 1/8 to 3/4 .24 to 39 gpm (.91 to 144 lpm) 150 psi (10 bar) 15° to 50° at 40 psi (3 bar) Brass, mild steel, 303 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel RotoClean 115220 nozzle

How many PSI is a 1 1/4 spray?

45824M 1-1/4 or 1-1/2 60 to 150 gpm (227 to 568 lpm) 10 psi (.7 bar) 130° at 10 psi (.7 bar) 309 stainless steel UM 1-1/4 17.7 to 354 gpm (67 to 1340 lpm) 500 psi (35 bar) 15° to 65° at 40 psi (3 bar) 310 stainless steel E2 FLAT SPRAY spray.com 1.800.95.SPRA ntl. Tel: 1.630.665.5000 SSTANDARD ANGLE SPRAY FLAT SPRAY NOZZLES