These nozzles produce a thin, flat sheet of liquid that expands outward from the nozzle. A thin line of liquid is produced when the spray reaches a surface. As the liquid is concentrated into a smaller net area, the impact force from fan nozzles is greater than from full or hollow cone nozzles.


Applications :


  • ❖ Cooling
  • ❖ Surface treatment
  • ❖ Phosphating
  • ❖ Rain Curtains
  • ❖ Foam Control
  • ❖ Foam Spraying
  • ❖ Belt Cleaning
  • ❖ Coating
  • ❖ Steam cleaning
  • ❖ Degreasing
  • ❖ High pressure cleaning
  • ❖ Gravel Washing
  • ❖ Lubrication
  • ❖ Filter cleaning
  • ❖ Spray cleaning
  • ❖ Washing processes
  • ❖ Others