First, the flow rate is mainly affected by the hole dia […]
First, the flow rate is mainly affected by the hole diameter and pressure. Under normal circumstances, the larger the orifice diameter, the greater the flow; the same pressure, the greater the pressure, the flow will increase. In addition, the flow rate is also affected by the spray medium. Under the same pore size and the same pressure, the flow rate will decrease as the viscosity of the medium increases.
Second, pressure. Normally, the sprayer can achieve the required atomization effect only when the standard pressure is reached. If the pressure is lower than the minimum pressure required by the sprayer, the atomization effect will be reduced, and the pressure will also affect the flow rate of the sprayer. Increasing the pressure can increase the flow rate of the sprayer without changing the parameters of the sprayer. Generally, a device such as a booster pump can be used to increase the pressure of the liquid, and a device such as an air compressor can be used to increase the pressure of the gas.
Third, the spray angle. The angle of the spray bottle refers to the angle at which the atomized liquid is spread. Even for the same sprayer, you can choose a variety of spray bottle angles according to customer needs, but even for the same sprayer, the spray angle will be slightly different under different pressures. Generally, the larger the spray angle, the larger the installation height and pressure coverage.
Fourth, coverage. The spraying range is mainly limited by the spraying angle and the installation height of the sprayer. When the other parameters of the sprayer are fixed, the larger the spraying angle of the sprayer, the wider the coverage; the higher the installation height of the sprayer, the wider the spraying range.
Fifth, influence. The impact force is mainly affected by factors such as pressure, spray angle, and medium viscosity. Under normal circumstances, the greater the pressure, the stronger the impact; on the contrary, the greater the impact. The smaller the spray angle, the greater the impact force; the smaller the viscosity of the medium, the stronger the impact force.