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Tank-cleaning nozzles that can handle lower flowrates

By Chemical Engineering |

BETE Fog Nozzle

BETE Fog Nozzle

The expanded HydroWhirl Poseidon line of tank-washing nozzles now includes lower flowrates. The nozzles can now handle flowrates ranging from 4.45 to 26.3 gal/min. The smaller-sized nozzles are designed to fit through openings as small as 2 in., while maintaining a slow and controlled rotation speed. Complete 360-deg omnidirectional coverage allows for increased cleaning efficiency, and the nozzles’ slow-spinning spray and longer spray dwell time on the target surface increase impact when compared to conventional rotating designs. Fluid-driven and lubricated, these rotating tank-cleaning nozzles are constructed of corrosion-resistant polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) material and are ideal for harsh chemical environments. — BETE Fog Nozzle, Inc., Greenfield, Mass.

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