SHORT NOZZLES – STANDARD SIZE
The modern design of these nozzle offers the convenience of a more rational alignment system, with a copper seal used between nipple and nozzle tip. The nozzle efficiency is enhaced by means of a carefully designed flow stabilizer, which minimizes turbulence due to sharp direction change at the inlet from the main manifold. Provision is also made for a filter to be mounted at the nozzle inlet, minimizing nozzle clogging and abrasion.
|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 24C1 T3
The VDA 24C1 T3 round gasket provides proper assembly between nozzle and nipple. One size fits all standard size ZWB nipple types.