Ultrasonic fog spray with fine drop size
Ultrasonic spray nozzles have long been recognized as an ideal tool for microencapsulation. Their characteristic low-velocity spray, easily controllable drop size (drop diameter is determined by nozzle frequency), and non-clogging design provide a perfect fit for many applications.
|Power Consumption||0.001 Degrees/Kg|
|Average Particle Diameter Of Fog||62um|
|Atomization Head Structure||Trumpet|
Ultrasonic spray technology is used to coat practically any substrate shape, size or surface with uniform micron thick coatings, and even nanocoating thicknesses. In addition, ultrasonic technology is used for:
* Spray drying
* Continuous web coating
* Fine-line spraying
* Nanosuspension dispersion
* Aerosol generation
· From micro-litres to litres – continuous or intermittent
· Dispenses material with virtually no over spray
· Pressure-less atomization – low velocity mist
· Low cost atomization probe replacement
· Minimal atmospheric contamination
· Virtually unclog gable
· Programmable operation
Q:What is compress air inlet used for ?
A:Compress air is used for shaping the mist at your requirement and speed up it’s drop.
Q：What types of nozzle do you have for choose?
A：We have conical nozzle, long nozzle , cone nozzle, trumpet nozzle for different application
Q:Why can ultrasonic nozzle can used for Drug eluting stents and drug eluting balloons?
A:Pharmaceuticals such as Sirolimus (Rapamycin) and Paclitaxel used with or without a polymer is coated on the surface of drug eluting stents (DES) and drug eluting balloons (DEB). These devices benefit greatly from ultrasonic spray nozzles for their ability to apply coatings with little to no loss. Medical devices such as DES and DEB because of their small size, require very narrow spray patterns, a low-velocity atomized spray and low-pressure air.