Zero-Drip Nozzle Eliminates Lubrication Waste

July 1, 2013

Industrial Innovations, Wyoming, MI, introduces its Z-nozzle, a zero-drip nozzle with magnetic base that secures it tightly to its mount, yet can easily be moved and repositioned as needed for various applications. The Z-nozzle is 99.5-percent drip-free, helping to eliminate costly waste in lubricant application. Designed to work with the firm’s Spra-Rite spray lubrication system, Z-drip spray nozzles combine low pressure with high velocity.

Fluid application is controlled through pressure, time, degree of pattern and electronic programming of a simple HMI. The design provides easy interchangeability of the spray tips for a variety of spray angles and volumes. For example, at 40-PSI water pressure, flow is 0.1 gal./min. at a 25-deg. angle; 0.2 gal./min. at 65 deg.; and 0.4 gal./min. at 110 deg.

The spray nozzles are available in brass, stainless steel or plastic, with tubing choices of 1⁄8-, 3⁄16- and ¼-in. dia.

Industrial Innovations: 616/249-1525;
Industry-Related Terms: Brass, Stainless Steel
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See also: Industrial Innovations, Inc.

Technologies: Lubrication


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