Model 938, 848, 0/28, 0/48

Spray pattern:
circular full-cone with wide spray angle

Spray angle: approx. 140°
Droplet size: 10 – 80 μm
Capacity: 0.4 – 15.0 l/min
Atomising air pressure: from 0.7 bar 


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Finest atomisation with mushroom head technology –
the SCHLICK module system range 938 and series 848, 0/28, 0/48

  • Very fine atomisation with the SCHLICK mushroom head technology
  • Convertible basic system also available with double air atomisation or with extended shaft version
  • Extremely easy to adjust for maximum flexibility
  • Significant reduction in maintenance downtimes thanks to easy access to all components
  • Wide range of installation options thanks to modular construction
  • Functional components with a surface quality of Ra < 0.8 (also available as designs conforming to FDA)

THE specialist for the finest atomisation
Two-substance nozzles with mushroom heads can atomise liquids more finely than other two-substance nozzles through the mixing of liquid and atomising air at the nozzle exit. 

With the SCHLICK two-substance nozzles 938, 848, 0/28 and 0/48 the fluid is applied to a large specific surface through atomisation using compressed air, gas or steam – from 0.7 bar (g). The flow rate for all models is controlled through the current liquid pressure difference. In the model with a regulating needle, the flow rate can also be regulated by the needle setting. The nozzles are manufactured to a modular design and are available in various designs. Replacement parts are available for all individual parts and reproducible results are ensured.

The liquid should be free of solid particles. Due to the geometry of the nozzles only liquids with a low viscosity can be sprayed (depending on surface tension – max. 30 to 100 mPas). The droplet size can be set using the relationship of kilograms of air to kilograms of liquid.

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

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Model 938 with straight air feed
Minimum liquid pressure difference required: 0.050 bar


Model 0/28 with straight air feed
Minimum liquid pressure difference required: 0.050 bar

The performance data of the SCHLICK model 0/28 is identical to the basic model 938. The only difference between the two models is their design. Model 0/28 is – depending on installation – fitted with individual shaft lengths.

Model 0/48 with double air feed 
Minimum liquid pressure difference required: 0.035 bar

The model 0/48 works with double air atomisation. The result justifies the high energy consumption: Very fine droplets at a high liquid flow rate. 

Model 848 with double air feed  
Minimum liquid pressure difference required: 0.027 bar

Developed for maximum air flow rate: The model 848 is also equipped with double air atomisation and provides very fine droplets with a very high liquid flow rate. 



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