Nozzles for lubrication

The spraying of lubricants is a common application in many industries.  In general the lubricating fluid needs to be delivered in controlled, measured way to a precise area.  Also many lubricants such as oils are viscous which can represent some challenges for effective spraying.

The engineering considerations that affect nozzle selection for lubricating sprays are detailed in pages accessible through the blue menu to the right hand side of this page.  Details on the different nozzle designs suitable for lubrication applications can be found through the grey "nozzle designs" menu, also to the right

Shaped orifice fan nozzles for lubrication

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Low flow rate flat fan nozzles for lubrication


Deflector flat fan nozzles for lubrication

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Deflector flat fan nozzles for lubrication Narrow angle deflector fan nozzle for lubrication 

Air atomising nozzles for lubrication

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Air atomising nozzles for lubrication Precision control air atomising nozzles for lubrication

Solid stream nozzles for lubrication

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Lubrication Engineering Considerations

Lubrication Nozzle Designs