Dust Suppression

Impingement misting nozzles for dust suppression 

With this design of nozzle the fluid is ejected from the nozzle orifice and impacts upon a pin in the direct path of the water flow.  This breaks up and disrupts the flow into a fine spray cone.  As the fluid is being broken up by impact this allows for a larger orifice, thus allowing for more viscous or “dirty” fluids to be sprayed into a fog pattern.  One potential downside of this design is the propensity for dripping to occur under the impingement hoop.

Misting Impingement Nozzle for cooling systems

This design of nozzle is ideal for producing very fine droplets and produces the finest droplets of any direct pressure nozzle.  For finer droplets still, pressurised air (or other gas) needs to be used to atomise the fluid (see air atomising nozzles).

Bete produce a standard range of misting nozzles with a variety of different flow rates and spray angles (P) and also a low flow rate variant range the PJ.  For full product details please click on the product boxes below.

P series misting nozzle PJ series Low profile misting nozzle

Dust Suppression Engineering Considerations:

Dust Suppression Nozzles