Self-Aligning Disc Shower Nozzles These nozzles are designed to work in a shower bar system that has a rotating brush inside it to clear away debris from the nozzle orifice. Even better, the disc shape has two flat edges, making them self-aligning. This means replacements won’t be disruptive to the pre-determined overlap pattern of the flat […]
Eductors/Steam Spargers Deceivingly simple, and very effective. These ‘nozzles’ are often under-appreciated because they’re hidden from view in mixing or holding tanks. Recognized as the chameleon of the nozzle underworld, the same basic eductor design can be used to perform a multitude of functions. In a mixing tank, they will enable a smaller pump to […]
Rotating Spray Nozzles is an ebook that explains what a rotating tank washing nozzle can do…and what it can’t do…for washing inside a tank.
When nozzles are used inside tanks, it’s difficult to envision just what they do to be effective. Our new collection of videos shows some of those nozzles in action. Check out the collection on our YouTube channel. BEX YouTube Channel
Summer time is plant maintenance time. Many manufacturers need to shut down for a week or two of maintenance and re-tooling, but for manufacturers, like BEX, who sell direct to their industrial partners… it just doesn’t make sense. It’s often during cleaning and maintenance that worn parts are detected, and those parts need replacing…fast! Suppliers who are […]
National Pipe Thread (NPT) is the most common thread for pipes and nozzles in North America. It is different from the thread on a regular bolt and nut because the thread has a taper. These tapered threads are designed to lock together when tightened. British Standard Pipe Thread (BSPT) is used mostly in Europe and […]
Spray nozzles are available in many different materials of construction. Brass, cast iron, stainless steel, PVDF, CPVC – even titanium. Which is right for your application? That depends on variables such as temperature, corrosion, abrasion, and chemical compatibility. Combining some of these variables, such as temperature plus abrasion, can decrease the expected performance or life […]
Regular maintenance is the best way to check your nozzles for optimum performance. During a regular cleaning, evidence of wear from abrasion or corrosion may be visible. Nozzle performance can also be gauged by the quality of the output. Clogged or caked nozzles will interfere with a spray pattern. For more tips on nozzle maintenance […]