Smart value design to reduce combustion pollution, by stopping fuel flow below defined pressures to keep burners clean.
Standard Combustion Applications
Type R-D Nozzles have a high concentration of
droplets in the center of the spray cone. They are
particularly recommened for burners with a highly
concentrated solid air pattern. The average droplet
size is slightly coarser than on the Standard Solid
Cone Type B (up to flows of 2.00 GPH).
Type .579 MH Mobile Home Nozzles are low-capacity
nozzles designed for mobile home use. This design
will minimize the usual plugging problems associated
with low flow rates.
Semi-Solid nozzle (.50-2.00) 60˚, 70˚ and 80˚ spray
angles; interchanges with other SS nozzles.
Hollow cone. Reduce plugging in low flow applications. Black vial.
Solid cone. Reduce plugging in low flow applications. Yellow vial.
Type W “ ALL PURPOSE “®-nozzles are neither truly
hollow nor solid. These nozzles frequently can be
used in place of either solid or hollow cone nozzles
between 0.40 and 8.00 GPH, regardless of the burner’s
air pattern. The lower flow rates tend to be more
Type AR-D Nozzles are of a “solid cone” type similar
to Type B but with a slightly lower concentration of
the droplets in the center of the cone. They are high
performance in burners of low up to medium capacity
(up to flows of 2.00 GPH).
HOLLOW-CONE Type A®-nozzles are mainly used
on burners with a hollow cone air pattern and for
through puts up to 2.00 GPH. The droplet distribution
is concentrated on the outside of the cone and
results in good ignition and low-noise combustion.
SOLID-CONE Type B®-nozzles produce a spray that
distributes droplets fairly uniformly throughout the
complete pattern. The spray pattern becomes progressively
more hollow at higher flow rates, particularly
above 8.00 GPH. Provides smooth ignition and
efficient combustion, particularly in larger burners.