Odour Control Nozzle Selection Table

The table below summarizes much of the information in the odour control nozzle section of the BETE Limited website. It is intended to be handy reference guide to aid nozzle selection. Full data on each of the nozzles listed can be accessed by clicking on the boxes in the left hand column of the table below.

Nozzle Type

Design Type

Notes

Ability to cope with wind

Flow rates
(litres / minute)

Minimum Operating Pressure

Microwhirl misting nozzle

Misting Small orifice

Will require filter

Very Poor

0.03 - 0.52

7 BAR

MHW multi headed misting nozzle

Misting Small orifice

Will require filter

Very Poor

4.2 - 8.7

70 BAR 

Ultimist axial whirl misting nozzle

Misting Small orifice

Built in filter system

Poor

1.5 - 61.1

3 BAR 

PJ series low profile misting nozzle

Misting

Impingement

Low flow rate impingement nozzle

Poor

0.03 - 5.3

2 BAR 

P series misting nozzle

Misting

Impingement

Poor

0.15 - 30.3

1 BAR 

xa air atomising nozzles

Full cone Air atomising

Low flow rates

Requires compressed air supply

Air helps project spray

Average

0.025 - 1.83

0.7 BAR 

Low flow rate spiral nozzle

Spiral full cone

Higher flow rates

Good

0.53 - 14.7

0.7 BAR 

Odour Control Engineering Considerations

Odour Control Nozzle Designs: