High pressure and low pressure atomizing nozzle difference

Update:13-10-2018
Summary:

        The first is: the high-pressure atomizing nozzl […]

        The first is: the high-pressure atomizing nozzle is subjected to an air compression pressure of 0.2 kg to 1 kg, which uses the energy of a high-pressure air stream to achieve a high-viscosity liquid to achieve atomization. The difference between the high pressure and low pressure atomizing nozzles is that the high pressure airflow using the high pressure atomizing nozzle has a large energy, and the use of the high pressure atomizing nozzle consumes less atomic medium than the low pressure atomizing, which accounts for about 10% of the amount of combustion air.   Therefore, the cost of the high pressure atomizing nozzle is much lower than the cost of the low pressure atomizing nozzle.
        Then in order to distinguish the difference between the high pressure and low pressure atomizing nozzles, the following describes the characteristics of the low pressure atomizing nozzle: the low pressure atomizing nozzle is generally the most commonly used glass fiber reinforced polypropylene plastic, which is provided by Zhan Xin. The filter is used to ensure the fineness of the spray, and the internal passage of the nozzle is smooth and not easy to block, which can ensure the service life of the low-pressure atomizing nozzle.