Nano ABC nozzle

Spray pattern: oval flatspray
Spray angle: approx. 60°
Orifices: 0.5 mm
Capacity: 1 – 10 g/min (coating)
Drum size: 8.5“ – 12“


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Designed for lowest capacities (1 - 10 g/min) –
the SCHLICK Nano nozzle model 951 Form 7-1 S24 ABC

  • No product build-up thanks to the SCHLICK Anti-Bearding Cap (ABC)
  • Perfect up- and downscaling for perfect production processes
  • Optimal homogenous and reproducible spray results 
  • GMP design: 9 individual parts + SCHLICK Precision-O-sealing-rings (EPDM-FDA)
  • Cleaning needle to standard
  • Available with liquid return system (locked as standard)
  • Extremely easy to adjust for maximum flexibility

Use this perfect nozzle technology right from the smallest batch size!
Our latest development, the SCHLICK Nano ABC nozzle, combines all the features of the SCHLICK ABC-Technology®. Specially developed for atomising the smallest quantities, the Nano nozzle is perfect for conducting initial tests on table-top devices.

Thanks to the SCHLICK Anti-Bearding Cap (ABC) the sticking and build-up of deposits is prevented as far as possible. The GMP design also enables a very simple installation/de-installation for cleaning or servicing by hand. This leads to low maintenance requirements and considerable cost savings.

The model 951 form 7-1 S24 Nano ABC is designed with separate attachments for the pattern air (PA) and the atomising air (AA). So, there is more freedom for adjustment. The atomising air connection can also be used as a retaining tube (M5). Min ID = 2.0 mm. A special stop position attaches the air cap, ensuring results remain uniform and operational errors are eliminated.

For the first time upscaling from laboratory to production is possible due to the use of ABC-Technology® throughout. Therefore reproducible results are guaranteed. The bore holes for liquid operation are produced with 0.5 mm. ATEX version also available.

Materials: FDA compliant 1.4404 (AISI 316L) materials, surface quality: Ra < 0.8. Other materials available on request.

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