Boron Carbide Nozzle Sale
Boron carbide nozzle maintenance erosion. When the liquid with a high flow velocity passes through the metal surface at the nozzle hole, it will erode the nozzle hole, causing the nozzle pressure to decrease and the spray state to become irregular. The probability of nozzle erosion depends on the hardness of the liquid, the spray pressure, the type of chemical material used and its amount. In addition, particulate impurities in the liquid will severely attack the nozzle.
There are many application fields of boron carbide nozzles. How to arrange the nozzles reasonably is the thing that designers want to know. Now we will briefly explain the arrangement of the nozzles. First of all, the size of the workpiece is different. A number of nozzles are installed in a circular arrangement according to the outline size of the workpiece to surround the workpiece. When the workpiece passes through the spray zone, all surfaces can be spray-washed by the bath. The spraying area should be evenly arranged with nozzles to ensure the spraying process time and effect. The distance between the nozzle and the workpiece should be within the optimal diffusion range of the jet. For this reason, the nozzle and nozzle arrangement should be reasonable. The distance between the nozzle and the nozzle is 250mm ~ 300mm, when the cross-arrangement, the distance between the nozzle and the workpiece is preferably not less than 250mm.
Boron carbide nozzles and nozzles are arranged. The maximum distance between the two is 250 mm to 300 mm. The distance between the nozzle and the workpiece is preferably not less than 250 mm. Based on the effective spray distance of the selected nozzle type, for example, the distance between the cone nozzle and the workpiece is best at 400 mm.