Nozzles meet chemical challenge

Published:  26 January, 2016

Storing liquids in tanks is essential for many process industry applications, as is the need to agitate the contents to avoid separation and sedimentation. Fluids can be recirculated through tanks to achieve separation, although the process can be enhanced by the introduction of eductor nozzles.

For many applications eductor nozzles made from brass or stainless steel can be the preferred choice, especially if the chemicals are aggressive. However, the new range of PVDF Eductors, recently introduced by THE SPRAY NOZZLE PEOPLE (BETE), are said to be a viable alternative to the more expensive stainless models. Bete says PVDF (Kynar) is an incredibly chemically resistant fluoroplastic and has superior heat resistance compared to many other plastics and is offered at significantly lower cost than stainless steel equivalents.

t: 01273 400 092

e: ivan@bete.co.uk

w: www.bete.co.uk/eductors

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