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atomize

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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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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.
The airless atomizing nozzles do not need an external air supply and will atomize with pressures as low as 20 psi (on water).
Spray drying principles for atomization are used but the process air is cooled instead of being heated, and the atomizing nozzle is installed in the counter-current position on the chamber to allow longer residence times of up to 18 seconds.
The air atomizing nozzles from the Spraying Systems Co.
The following maintenance tips apply to commercial boilers with air/oil atomizing burners only, and Castle always recommends that only qualified personnel should operate, adjust or repair the equipment:
Minor modification of the spray cap may be necessary to increase the amount of atomizing air available to allow sufficient catalytic air to facilitate curing.
This external mix air atomizing nozzle is designed with separate atomizing and fan air lines allowing variable coverage and fine control of dropsize without affecting liquid flow rates.
The liquids are heated to 350 F and injected with atomizing nozzles into the turbine chamber, where they are immediately absorbed by the resin powder.
TM] (Mucosal Atomization Device), a new disposable device designed for atomizing topical solutions across the nasal and oropharyngeal mucous membranes.
DUX Pressure Feed - Typically used in industrial environments where large quantities of the same coatings are sprayed throughout the day, this product receives both atomizing air and fluid through the base of the gun for better balance and ease of use.
The following maintenance tips apply to commercial boilers with airfoil atomizing burners only, and Castle always recommends that only qualified personnel should operate, adjust or repair the equipment: