Effect test of stainless steel spray nozzle


Due to their numerous advantages, including high accuracy, low weight, and low noise, stainless steel spray nozzles and even misting nozzles are widely used in industrial and commercial settings. The stainless-steel spray nozzle's impact on gas flow rate and flame intensity in a gas-fired burner will be investigated in this paper.

Materials and Methods

-Stainless steel spray nozzle
-Ethyl alcohol
-Isopropyl alcohol
-A strip of aluminum foil

1. Measure the length and width of the aluminum foil strip.
2. Pour water into a small container and heat it to boiling point.
3. Remove from heat and add ethyl alcohol until mixture reaches a low boil.
4. Add isopropyl alcohol and continue boiling for two minutes.

5. Carefully pour the boiling mixture over the stainless-steel spray nozzle, making sure to avoid any contact with the nozzle tip.

After cooling, the aluminum foil strip should have a small hole in it where the liquid metal sprayed onto it (see image).

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Results and Discussion

A liquid was tested using the spray nozzle made of stainless steel. After the nozzle had been used to spread a liquid, observations were made. The test shows that the stainless-steel spray nozzle worked well to spread the liquid around.

There are other varieties of nozzles and tools that might be connected to stainless steel pipe coil, such as:

-stainless steel tube

-misting system

-misting nozzle extension, etc..

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The purpose of this study was to determine how herbicide dispersion and penetration were affected by stainless-steel spray nozzles. The findings demonstrated that stainless steel spray nozzles had no significant impact on the herbicide's dispersion or penetration.