Stainless steel water nozzle, also known as wedge wire nozzle or wire-wound nozzle, is different from traditional ABS nozzles. ABS nozzles have weaknesses in terms of strength, pressure resistance, temperature resistance, and anti-aging performance, especially the vulnerability in strength, leading to the risk of rupture, posing a potential threat to the safe operation of equipment. In contrast, stainless steel wedge wire nozzles overcome these shortcomings. They are highly durable and have a long lifespan, ensuring safety and reliable operation.
Stainless steel wedge wire nozzle is a derivative product of stainless steel wedge wire wound around a wire tube. The nozzle head is made by welding stainless steel wedge wire, and a nozzle cover is added to the top. It is connected to the filter tank through methods such as thread fastening. It features a wide range of adjustable filtering precision, acid resistance, alkali resistance, low-temperature resistance, high-temperature resistance, and high safety factor. It is an ideal alternative to traditional ABS nozzles.
This nozzle, made of wedge wire material and welded with support rods, represents a new generation of water treatment equipment. It addresses the shortcomings of traditional plastic filter nozzles in terms of strength, pressure resistance, temperature resistance, and aging resistance. Additionally, it is safe, reliable, integrated, and cost-effective, widely used in the filter industry. Our filter nozzle is an ideal choice based on its high strength, large open area, and non-clogging slot design.
The wedge wire nozzle is made of stainless steel or other alloy materials. It is characterized by non-clogging, high filtration efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, making it widely used in water treatment applications. Different wedge wire sizes and slot dimensions can suit various filtering categories. Its continuous slot design ensures high efficiency and a long lifespan.
According to the process, it can be divided into stamped water nozzles and machined water nozzles.
According to the handle length, it is divided into long handle, medium handle, and short handle.
According to the shape, it can be divided into tower shape, hemisphere shape, plum blossom shape, disc shape, etc.
According to the interface, there are external threads and internal threads.
The wedge wire filter nozzle consists of a water cap seat, a nozzle cover, a trapezoidal screen tube with ribs, and a guide tube. At the central axis of the trapezoidal screen tube, there is an inverted flow control cup fixed to the water nozzle seat. The lower opening accommodates the upper part of the guide tube extending into the water cap seat. The flow control cup's bottom, walls, and the upper part of the guide tube's walls contain multiple pores. Additionally, a flow control valve core that can float up and down is positioned at the top of the guide tube. By setting the flow rate, the number of circular holes, aperture sizes, and gap distances in the trapezoidal screen tube, the water nozzle can meet various flow rate ratios during backwashing and filtering in different process states.