Model 0/64-0/60

Spray pattern: circular full-cone
Spray angle: 70°, 90°, 130°
Droplet size: 10 – 150 μm
Orifices: 0.5 – 13.5 mm
Capacity: 0.1 – 40.0 l/min


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New design of internal-mixing two-substance nozzles –
the SCHLICK module system range 0/64-0/60

  • Extremely homogenous spray behaviour for maximum surface coverage
  • Suitable for highly viscous media
  • Energy-saving through improved spray quality
  • A wider scatter cone of approx. 70°
  • Limited penetrating power
  • Blockage resistant
  • Extremely easy to adjust for maximum flexibility
  • Wide range of installation options thanks to modular construction
  • Functional components with a surface quality of Ra < 0.8

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An easy and therefore cost-effective modification to the existing nozzle systems was decisive for the new SCHLICK design. By simply changing the air cap the internal-mixing model can be updated.

The liquid jet flows through the central hole into an optimised mixing chamber. When this reaches the specially devised cone it is distributed and is broken down into single droplets by the swirled atomised air. The two-phase mix then leaves the air cap through the customer-specified bore holes. Despite a very low speed impulse the SCHLICK model series 0/64-0/60 can achieve a scatter cone of approx. 70° through the specific hole arrangement. That's how the SCHLICK internal mixing cap achieves a very fine atomisation and offers greater area coverage than comparable models. 

The result: an area coverage up to 900 percent compared to external mixing models.

Customized bore sizes are possible starting from 0.3 mm upwards in 0.1 mm steps.

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

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