The Speedy Jet is an electrically actuated air atomizing nozzle that is capable of cycling at an extremely fast rate, while maintaining spray pattern uniformity and droplet size.
- Body: 316SS
- Sealing: FPM
- Internal seat: 316SS
- Internal components:- 316SS
- Guide assembly: 316SS
- Maximum allowable pressure: 230 psi
- Opening time: minimum: .005 seconds (5 ms)
- Closing time: minimum: .005 seconds (5 ms)
- Fluid temperature 32° – 265F°
- Max viscosity 3°E 22 cStokes or mm2/s
- Continuous duty ED100%
- Encapsulation material PET
- Coil insulation class F (310° F)
- Ambient temperature: -14°F -140°F
- Protection degree IP67 (EN60529) with plug micro-connectors (cable 5mt)
- Electrical connections DIN 46340 – 3 micro poles connectors
- Voltage 24VDC (+10% -5%)
• Capable of cycling at extremely high speeds, up to 6000 cycles per minute.
• The Speedy Jet control (PWM) system provides very precise control of the flow rate and cycle times.
• The on/off times and flow rate are easily and quickly adjustable.
• Differing flow rates can be obtained by utilizing different size air atomizing set-ups.
• Lower flow rates can be achieved by increasing the number of cycles per second or minute.
• Minimizes misting of the liquid being sprayed, reducing possible health risks for employees. also allows less use of product and therefore an economic saving.
• Quick on/off capability allows minimal liquid waste. Additionally, it is easy to change spray volumes for varying sized production runs, which also minimizes liquid waste.
• Speedy Jet controllers have relatively simplistic programing, adding ease and flexibility in programming.
• The controllers comes with a program that can be downloaded to the users computer, and by connecting through an adapter (USB-RS232) to the controllers, you can change the timing parameters (on-off) in seconds.
• The software allows users to save different settings and then store them on their PC.
• The controller requires a 220V single-phase power supply.
• Each controller can control up to 16 Speedy Jet nozzles.
• Initiation of the spraying cycle is done by sending a signal (PNP) to the control system.