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PRECISE CONTROL WITH ULTRA-COMPACT ATOMISING NOZZLES

new atomising nozzles

The new atomising nozzles from miniature component specialists LEE PRODUCTS are designed to generate a 50° cone spray pattern and offer precise, controlled atomisation in the most compact package. They are available in both airless and air-assisted styles with multiple flow ranges and are designed to be installed directly onto a Lee VHS micro-dispense valve for precise flow control using pulse-width modulation (PWM).

The airless version nozzles, which generate a 50° hollow cone spray, do not require an external air supply and will atomise with pressures as low as 20 psi (on water). The standard airless atomising nozzles feature an all-stainless steel construction, with 6-40 threads designed to work with the Lee 062 MINSTAC® fitting system.

The air-assisted versions provide a 50° solid cone spray pattern and utilise an external air source to control the atomisation, allowing lower fluid operating pressures (as low as 5 psi). The pressure of the liquid and the air can be independently controlled to fine-tune the flow rate and nozzle performance. Atomising nozzles with special mounting configurations and PEEK wetted materials are also available as special designs. Lee Products can also supply these as single orifice nozzles for droplet dispensing, and VHS micro-dispensing development kits which include the valving, nozzles, safety screen, spike/hold driver and tubing for micro-dispensing.

Further details on Lee Atomising Nozzles are available from:

Mike Stott, Lee Products Ltd,
3 High Street, Chalfont St. Peter, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 9QE.
Tel: +44 (0) 1753 886664.   Fax:+44 (0)1753 889588
E-mail: sales@leeproducts.co.ukwww.leeproducts.co.uk

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