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Descaling Nozzles
Used in the steel industry.
Materials: hardened stainless steel, tungsten carbide.
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Felt Washing Showers
High impact disc nozzles. Easy cleaning using an internal brush and hand wheel. Internal flushing capability.
Material: 304 stainless steel.
Typical applications: washing rotary felts in paper mills.
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Disc Washing Nozzles (Type GE), flat jet High impact. High pressure operation (up to 300 psi).
Flow rate range @ 40 psi: 0.13 - 5 gpm. Spray angles: 0 and 60.
Materials: 304 stainless steel.
Typical applications: felt washing in paper mills (see felt washing showers).
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Paper Side Cutter (Type UE), flat jet.
High impact. Forceful, straight spray. High pressure operation (up to 300 psi).
Flow rate range @ 40 psi: 0.04 - 0.7 gpm. Spray angle: 0.
Materials: sapphire (orifice), brass (body) and 304 stainless steel (filter).
Typical applications: side-cutting operation on paper making machines.
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Ultrasonic Nozzle
Full cone air-atomizing type. Very small drops (smaller than those from any other type of air-atomizing nozzle). High noise level. Uses supersonic air pressure waves to create small drops. Flow rate range: 0.3 - 46 gph.
Spray angle: 15.
Materials: 303 stainless steel (head), 303 stainless steel and brass (body).
Typical applications: humidification.
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Air Nozzles, round jet
Laminar stream. Limited noise.
Flow rate range: 9 - 21 cfm @ 30 - 90 psi. Materials: anodized aluminum (body), 303 stainless steel (nipple).
Typical applications: blow off, cooling, drying cleaning.
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Air nozzles, flat jet
16 orifices. Uniform layer of air. Limited noise. Flow rate range: 9 - 33 cfm @ 15 - 75 psi. Material: polyacetal resin.
Typical applications: blow off, cooling, drying cleaning.
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Hot Water Wash Gun/Lances
Rubber cover. Ergonomically designed trigger. Mimimizes hot water usage. Available with a variety of lances.
Spray angle: adjustable from a straight jet to a large-angle spray.
Materials: nickel-plated brass casting (body), 316 stainless steel (stem and trigger), EDPM (cover).
Typical applications: washing.
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High Pressure Spray Gun/Lances
Heat resistant nylon trigger. Available with a variety of lances.
Normal flow rate: 10.5 gpm.
Pressure range: 2900 - 4050 psi.
Maximum temperature: 320 F.
Spray angle: adjustable from a straight jet to a large-angle spray.
Materials: fiberglass reinforced nylon (body), brass, 203 stainless steel, 440 stainless steel. Typical applications: high-pressure washing.
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Eductors (Types UPB/UPD)
One-piece construction. Increases circulation rate fourfold. Flow rate range: 9 - 37 gpm (UPB); 16 - 340 gpm (UPD).
Pressure range: 15 - 75 psi.
Materials: fiberglass reinforced polypropylene or 316 stainless steel (UPB); polypropylene, 316 stainless steel or tool steel (UPD).
Typical applications: agitation of liquids in tanks where settling is unacceptable, steam heating processes in water tanks.
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Internal Filters
Hat-shaped with flange, cartridge and threaded types.
Materials: copper, 303 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel, brass, nylon (bodies); 304 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel (mesh). Typical applications: nozzles and nozzle tips with small orifices where clogging can be a problem.
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Pipe Clamps
Wide variety available. Fabricated from a wide range of materials.
Types: rigid, spring designs, cam and lever, ball types for variable orientation.
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Swivel Joints
Accommodate a wide variety of nozzles. Allow a wide range of orientation possibilities. Materials: 304 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel, brass.
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Lock Nuts
Specialty types of nuts for use with various PNR products.
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Nipples
Available in a variety of configurations for use with G series nozzle tips and for other applications.
Fabricated in a wide range of materials.
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Quick Coupling Joints
Provide a safe and rapid means to connect pipes together.
Materials: 316 stainless steel and fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene
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