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Everloy have a variety of tools and resources for tests and inspections designed specifically to assist you with nozzle selection and spray system.
Typical test apparatuses include the impact force distribution tester, the flow distribution measurement system, the PDPA system for the measurement of particle size and flow velocity, and the particle size measurement system incorporating image analysis.
Test results are utilized as fundamental data to improve the existing lines and to establish new technologies.
This system determines the impact force distribution of a spray by running a pressure sensor underneath the spray. It is also capable of producing measurement results in an impact force distributiongraph.
• Spray width direction
A high-precision sensor with sensing width (B) travels at a fixed rate to record impact forces across the spray width.
Obtained data are used to assess the distribution shape, impinging force, and spray width.
• Spray thickness direction
A sensor with a pressure-sensing surface (D) in diameter travels at a fixed rate to record impact forces across the spray thickness.
Obtained data are used to assess the maximum impact force per unit area and spray thickness.
This system is a particle analyzer making use of the phase doppler principle of the laser doppler system to simultaneously measure the velocity and size of a particle.
PDPA (using the phase doppler method) measures the particle size of a continuous spray without interference with the spray.
It is capable of sampling many particles instantaneously and has become the dominant technology in particle size analysis. PDPA is suitable for the measurement of relatively small particles.
This system determines average particle size by measurements incorporating image analysis using a stroboscope and a CCD camera as basic devices.
It measures particle size regardless of the shape of particles (spherical or aspherical) and type (clear or opaque). his system is suitable for measuring relatively large particles.
This system measures the distribution of spray flow density using an acrylic container grid, on which a liquid is sprayed, and the amounts of deposits are measured. It is also capable of measurement results in a flow distribution graph.
It utilizes a finite-element method based on a computerized numerical analysis, being capable of obtaining approximate solutions even in the case of complex shapes on which it is difficult to obtain solutions with conventional analytical methods using strength of materials.
This technology analyzes water flow in a spray nozzle, gas flow within a tower, etc. by means of a finite-volume method using a computer.