Sizing ( microns)
|Cooling Tower Bleed-off / Blowd||5-55|
|Closed loop filtration||5-55|
|Tower Basin Cleaning / Sweeper Jet||5-55|
|Protection of Heat exchangers||5-55||Consult with manufacturer|
|Invasive Species||40-70||For larva removal|
|Coal Ash||20-50||depends on process treatment train|
Spray nozzles come in multiple shapes and sizes and they are used in many different applications, industries and market segments. Several examples of spray nozzles use include cooling, coating, cleaning, lubricating, humidifying, dust control, fire protection and irrigation.
In order for a spray nozzle to emit the proper pressure and spray pattern, it must remain clog free. This is where PEP Filters can assist. PEP Filters offers a wide variety of manual, semi-automatic and automatic self-cleaning filtration solutions designed to keep nozzles clean and operating at peak performance.
As a general rule of thumb, one should size a filter for nozzle protection by taking the nozzle hole size and dividing the pore size by a factor of 5-7. Utilizing this sizing parameter will ensure that the spray nozzle will remain clog free and perform as intended. For example, if the nozzle diameter is 200 micron the filter should be sized for 200 micron / 5 = 40 micron.
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