Axial-flow full cone nozzles achieve a uniform liquid distribution over a circular area. A rotary motion of the liquid is achieved with the aid of swirl inserts inside the free cross-section of the nozzle. Spray formation, liquid distribution, and shaping of droplets are influenced by the dimensioning and functional coordination of the rotary motions and the swirl chamber. Turbulent flows with different axial and tangential speed components lead to overall coarser droplets than with a comparable hollowcone nozzle.
Tangential-flow full cone nozzles are free from swirl inserts. Therefore, they are not at all prone to clogging. The full cone spray pattern is produced by grooves milled into the bottom of the nozzle which provide a defined deviation of the liquid flow to the mixing chamber’s center, whereby an extremely uniform area distribution of the atomized liquid is obtained.
Cluster head nozzles achieve a very large surface of the sprayed liquid by adding various finely atomizing single nozzles. Whenever a fine fog-like full cone atomization with relatively large flow rates is necessary, Lechler cluster head nozzles have decisive advantages: overlapping hollow cones form a fine full cone atomization with an increased droplet surface area.
Of course, we will be pleased to advise you on the subject of spray character if required.