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atomize

(at′ŏm-īz″)
To convert a liquid to a spray or vapor.
atomization (at″ŏ-mĭ-zā′shŏn)
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Then, the pozzolanic materials, quartz, and atomizing slags are added to the thickened mixture, which is further mixed for 2 min to produce RMAP.
That is no longer the case; demand for T4 has increased, and atomizing technology has become more agile, driving the two powder types' cost parity.
The stainless steel construction of these atomizing nozzles make them durabile and corrosion resistant.
"With the advent of waterborne paints becoming mandated by government agencies, the need for this type and quality of atomizing air is crucial," says Wright.
* For rotary burners check the atomizing cup and air nozzle daily.
Exair (Cincinnati, OH) has announced siphon fed atomizing spray nozzles, which require no liquid pressure and can be used with gravity fed liquids or lift liquids from a siphon height as much as 36" (91 cm).
The system consists of a modular air atomizing manifold, liquid delivery skid and Batch Architect[TM] process controls.
The stainless steel rings are tested to withstand pressures of up to 900 psi, with brass atomizing nozzles that deliver millions of 50- to 200-micron droplets per minute.
Atomizing nozzles, available in both airless and air-assisted styles, generate a 50 [degrees] cone spray pattern and offer precise, controlled
The MediCoat DES 2000 incorporates Sono-Tek's MicroMist ultrasonic atomizing nozzle, and provides stent motion that assures a complete, uniform and accurate micronic layer coating in a validated process.
Based on high-frequency sound waves, the system's unique patented nozzle systems create atomized spray patterns capable of unlimited widths and median drop sizes as low as 18 microns (based on atomizing water), with many advantages over traditional spraying systems.
Atomizing takes place in front of the spray-nozzle's discharge opening, not in the mixhead.