A flat spray is one in which the liquid drops are formed into a long, narrow pattern. The thickness of the narrow dimension of the spray varies according to the design of the device and the flow rate.
The principal use of flat spray nozzles is to produce a well-defined spray pattern on a surface as the surface (or the nozzle) moves transversely with respect to the wide dimension of the spray. A typical example would be nozzles used in a car washing tunnel. The majority of flat-spray nozzles used in industry operate according to one of the following principles:
|D..OB Oval Spray Nozzle/Flat Spray Tips||Widely used in first cooling of continuous casting machines, with overlapping patterns to minimize temperature gradients and reduce the risk of crack formation.||See Details|
|GX Flat Spray Nozzle Tips/Small Size||For continuous casting machine sections where only limited space is available between two rollers.||See Details|
|GV Slit Type||For continuous casting machine sections where only limited space is available between two rollers.||See Details|