Electrostatic Spray Nozzle Systems

A high-speed electrostatic spray nozzle is used in applications where high pressure spraying is required. An electrostatic spray nozzle consists of an upright tube which has an air chamber at one end and a nozzle head at the other. An air powered electrostatic spray nozzle consists of an extended nozzle body having a longer nozzle body and an attached spray tip chamber attached at an aft end of the tube body.

The hose mounted at the aft end of the tube body, has a high pressure spray head which is fixed at an aft end to the upper of the two tubes. The nozzle head has a long electrical arc tube at its forward end. The spray head consists of a metallic tip, air chamber at the other end, and an electrical conducting electrode. The electrode is connected to the high pressure electric supply of a power plant by means of a valve.

The spray head carries a high pressure electric arc tube with a metallic tip to be driven by a high-pressure electric supply. The high pressure supply is connected to the turbine of a power plant.

The hydrostatic system, consisting of a pump that is used for transferring the water, also provides a high velocity spray from a jet nozzle. This spray, which is high velocity and in high pressure, is then directed to a nozzle which provides the pressure required to produce the spray in a high velocity spray.

Most electrostatic spray nozzle assemblies include a control device for regulating the flow of spray. Some electrostatic spray nozzle designs include an automatic safety switch that allows safe spray operation at the desired pressure. All electrostatic spray nozzle assemblies include a control box at the front of the spray head.

The majority of electrostatic spray nozzle systems are operated by electricity. The power supply for electrostatic spray nozzle units consists of an electrical connection, a motor, a fan, a control box, and a safety switch. {which enables you to shut off the flow of spray automatically if the system fails to operate or if the power supply in the house is affected by overload. An automatic safety switch also prevents any inadvertent spray release of spray when the system is not in use.

Some spray nozzle systems have their own vacuum and spray jet, which are discharged from the nozzle by means of a hydraulic pump. {that operates on a motor. This system is ideal for applications requiring high velocity spray rates. It is called an electric nozzle because it is powered by electricity instead of by a gas. This system has been extensively used in laboratories, aircraft, power plants, oil wells and oil and gas rigs.

In many instances, electrostatic spray nozzle systems are controlled manually or electrically. For example, some chemical or oil wells are operated manually. Some electronic spray systems control their spray by means of a controller unit, which communicates with the high pressure electric supply through a computer chip or radio frequency.

Electrostatic spray nozzle systems can be divided into three major groups; those designed to spray chemicals or fluids from a fixed location; those designed to spray fluids or chemicals from a moving vehicle or aircraft; and the spray jet type system. {which uses a nozzle that opens and closes to spray fluid or chemicals. {and can be operated either manually or electrically. Electrostatic spray nozzle systems can also be referred to as vacuum electrostatic nozzle systems. {or hydrostatic spray nozzle systems. The hydrostatic system is similar to the hydrostatic spray nozzle system except that it uses water instead of air to spray the fluid. {or chemicals. Hydraulic systems may also be referred to as electrohydropechanical spray nozzle systems.

The hydrostatic system provides a high velocity spray that is directed toward a single point or to multiple points and is designed to produce a very high spray pressure and a high velocity. When properly operated, the system produces a high velocity spray that travels a long distance at a high velocity. This spray, however, does not necessarily reach the point of application since some spray heads and tanks can stop spraying if they are not operated properly or if they reach a certain level of pressure. These systems are more expensive to operate than the other types.

Some hydrostatic systems are self contained, which means that no external water is involved and the spray system functions independently of the spray head. Others, however, require an external water in order to function. In either case, there is some amount of water supplied to the spray head to maintain the spray pressure or to keep the nozzle closed at all times. Most of the time, an electrostatic spray nozzle is operated by a water source such as a pressurized water reservoir.

An electrostatic spray nozzle consists of a series of electrodes connected together and in a series which is designed to apply a very high pressure and a high velocity spray that are directed to a target area. Electrostatic spray nozzle systems are usually used in chemical processing applications such as welding, paint spraying and metal bending and are also used in many different industrial applications such as the manufacture of rubber and plastics.