HIGH IMPACT NOZZLES – MINI SIZE
The water path leading to the nozzle orifice has been completely redesigned to reduce energy losses caused by turbulence, all sharp cross section changes have been eliminated resulting in a significant increase in water velocity at the nozzle orifice. The afore mentioned advantages are added to those offered by a carefully designed flow stabilizer and a filter when assembled to the nipple inlet, minimizing clogging and abrasion of the nozzle orifice.
|CL||Jet deflection angle||deg||DU||Liquid outlet dia||mm||RF||Female thread||inch|
|D||Conventional orifice dia||mm||FF||Flange outer dia||mm||RG||Male thread||inch|
|D1||Smallest free inside dia||mm||G||Flange center-hole dia||mm||SQ||Square bar size||mm|
|DE||Liquid inlet dia||mm||H,H1||Height||mm||W||Weight||gr, kg|
|DF||Flange size||inch||L,L1||Length||mm||WS||Wrench size||mm|
|DIA||Outside diameter||mm||NR||Number of orifices||–|
|DN||Flange nominal size||mm||QC||Quickfit connection||–|
The flow stabilizer is a critical component for proper descaling, by reducing flow turbulence losses, a larger fraction of the water flow energy can be used for generating impact on the surface to be descaled. The design consists of a cylindrical brass body with a polished inner surface, housing a cast stainless steel flow stabilizer which straightens the liquid path to minimize turbulences. Different length nipples are available, with or without inlet filter. The codes always include a multifin flow straightener.
VDA 20C1 T3
The VDA 20C1 T3 round gasket provides proper assembly between nozzle and nipple. One size fits all small size ZWA nipple types.