Spray Nozzles for the Chemical Processing Industry
This section of the Bete website contains information on common chemical processing spray applications in order to aid our customers in nozzle selection. Many of the applications discussed will have their own section of the website discussing the application in more detail, but further industry-specific information pertaining to that spray application will be contained here.
Spray engineering expertise for the chemicals industry
BETE have vast experience in supporting the spraying needs of the chemical industry and our nozzles are found in many chemical plants around the world. Our key differentiating factor over our competitors is our genuinely consultative approach. The philosophy of Bete Limited is to furnish our customers with the necessary technical information to ensure that the optimum product is selected. The information contained within this website is a good start to this process, but we are more than happy to provide expert advice by phone, e-mail or site visit.
Using this section of the BETE Website
There are a number of different spraying applications within the chemical processing industry. Information on each of these can be found by using the blue menu to the right hand side of this page.
Primary spray applications for the chemical industry include.
- Nozzles for chemical injection e.g.corrosion inhibitor, glycol, ammonia, desuperheating
- Nozzles for gas scrubbing and gas conditioning. e.g. SO2 removal, HCL and H2SO4, SCR and SNCR NOx control
- Tank cleaning systems. Nozzles and machines for the automated cleaning and sanitising reaction tanks and storage tanks of all sizes.
- Spray drying of chemicals e.g. detergents, soaps, fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals
Other spray applications that are commonly deployed in the chemical industry include.
- Coating: mold release, tablets, scents and aromatics
- Dust suppression: waste incineration, material transport
- Odour control
- Humidification: paint tanks, filters, storage areas,
- Spray cooling: spray ponds, materials, products, pipes and tanks
Details on these can be found by clicking on the links above or by accessing the relevant spray applications
section of this website.
Some common spraying challenges faced by the food industry are discussed in their own sub-pages which are accessible by the grey menu also to the right.