Used less frequently than full cone nozzles, hollow cone nozzles produce a thin ring of liquid. The spray discharges from the nozzle in a conical shape with the liquid only at the periphery of the cone. When the spray reaches with a surface, a ring of spray is formed with a hollow center.


Applications :


  • ❖ Fire Protection
  • ❖ Foam Destruction
  • ❖ Gas treatment
  • ❖ Humidification of air
  • ❖ Humidification of goods
  • ❖ Humidification of textiles
  • ❖ Absorption
  • ❖ Chemical processing engineering
  • ❖ Cooling
  • ❖ Disinfection
  • ❖ Desuperheating
  • ❖ Dust control
  • ❖ Oil spraying
  • ❖ Protection of storage tanks
  • ❖ Spraying onto filters
  • ❖ Spraying over germinating boxes
  • ❖ Water recooling
  • ❖ Others