Different nozzles have different working principles.
Here we talk about how air atomizing spray nozzles work
Air atomizing nozzles, also known as two-fluid nozzles, use a mix of air and liquid to form a very fine atomizing spray. Thus achieving a good spray effect.
So what is the working principle of the air atomizing spray nozzles?
The working principle of the air atomizing spray nozzles is that the mist generating device is formed by mixing the air flow and the liquid flow to form a spray. The special internal structure design of the air atomizing nozzle device can uniformly mix the liquid and the gas to form a fine spray or fine droplets size.
Simply put, the air and liquid medium are mixed together to eject a very fine atomized spray.
External mixed air atomizing nozzle’s working style: The liquid is sent to the air atomizing nozzle by pressure, and the air and liquid can be externally sprayed to produce a completely atomized spray effect.
The internal mixed air atomizing nozzle’s working style: the liquid and gas are mixed internally to produce a completely atomized spray effect. It produces different spray patterns such as round spray, wide-angle round spray, flat fan spray.