Full Cone Spray Nozzles
BETE manufacture a wide range of full cone spray nozzles that are used in various applications. This section of our website provides detailed information on each full cone design variant and how the different designs will affect spray properties. For a quick summary and comparison of all full cone nozzles please click on the orange nozzle selection box to the right hand side of this page.
Full cone pattern features
The full cone pattern delivers a relatively even coverage of fluid over a set area. It should be remembered that the full cone pattern will only be maintained for a certain distance from the orifice, after which the spray generally forms a fog or mist. The designs of nozzle described in this section are such that a genuine full cone pattern is maintained for as far as possible after exit. If a homogeneous mist/fog is required then a misting pattern nozzle should be considered instead.
Full cone nozzle designs
There are four basic designs of nozzle that can be used to produce a full cone pattern: Axial whirl, full cone tangential whirl, full cone spiral nozzles and full cone air atomising nozzles. The spray properties, basic fluid mechanics and common applications of each can be found in the sub-sections of this page by following the links in the navigation menu to the right. Within each sub-section further links can be found to the various spec sheets for each product range of that design type. For easy reference a cheat sheet summarising the properties of all full cone nozzles is also linked to the right.