Nozzle holder on stainless steel pipe
Nozzle holder attached on stainless steel pipes is the most stable and established form of fog-based dust suppression.
The nozzle lines or manifolds are available as separate parts for self-assembly purposes or can be customized according to the customers’ demand.
Requirements for a fixed pipe system
We recommend using a fixed and robust system if the dust concentrates on a specific point only. In this case, the nozzle holder is installed on fixed pipes. The best result can be achieved if the fog cloud is dropped right above the dust emission point. The water particles of the fog connect to the dust particles und prevent the dust to spread out. Blowing directly at the dust shall be avoided. Otherwise, the particles are only moisturized but not tied to the water droplets.
There are some details which need to be considered when installing the spraying pipe.
- Is the spraying pipe exposed to a mechanical danger?
- Is the fog in any kind exposed to wind which could possibly drift it away?
- Is the fog exposed to suction?
Our spraying pipes can be combined and assembled in various forms. We offer a reliable and flexible MVS System which facilitates the construction of the spraying pipe.
Nozzle holder for a flexible high-presure pipe
Tee pieces are used on steel pipelines or to directly connect spray nozzles. We offer different versions which allow to connect and install the spray nozzles in various angles.
Adding or changing tee-parts afterwards does not pose a problem to our system.
Depending on the requirements, customers sometimes request a central atomization with more than one spray nozzle. For this purpose, we offer various spray heads which can be equipped with many mist nozzles.
There are different ways to combine and plug the tee-pieces. The following combination allows a 360°C irrigation:
Swiveling spray head
Another, very flexible option to install the spray nozzle is the swiveling spray head. This method is the most used one and allows an elegant installation of spray nozzles into a wall or veneer while maintaining an adjustability of the spray direction. The visual effect of high-grade steel is popular and commonly used for yachts.