Model 0/2-0/9

Spray pattern: circular full-cone
Spray angle: 10° – 40°
Droplet size: 10 – 50 μm
Orifices: 0.5 – 13.5 mm
Capacity: 0.1 – 100 l/min
Atomising air pressure: from 0.5 bar 


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High speed impulse, high local liquid pressure –
the SCHLICK module system range 0/2-0/9

  • With individually adjusted shaft length as standard
  • Extremely easy installation/de-installation
  • Designed for high air flow rate performance
  • Continuous adjustment of the scatter cone from 10–40° (simple regulation of the air cap position)
  • Wide range of installation options thanks to modular construction
  • Functional components with a surface quality of Ra < 0.8
  • Available with heating and cooling jackets

External-mix two-substance nozzles allow independent control of the flow rate and fineness of the atomization. The lance models allow very fine atomisation of large liquid quantities. The flow rate for all models is controlled through the liquid pressure difference. In the model with a regulating pin, the flow rate can also be regulated by the pin setting.

The SCHLICK model series 0/2-0/9 is manufactured using modular construction. This means that it can easily be rebuilt into other designs. Replacement parts are available for all individual parts and reproducible results are ensured. The spray is characterised by a high speed impulse of the droplets and a high local liquid pressure, especially at the centre of the spray.

Plug & Spray
The SCHLICK patented internal-mixing model can be updated by simply changing the air cap.

Materials: Acid-resistant stainless steel, heat-resistant stainless steel, titanium, tantalum, carbonide, hastelloy, inconel, other materials available on request.

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