BETE has greatly advanced spray analysis with techniques to measure every aspect of any drop.
BETE Spray Laboratory
A spray nozzle's effectiveness is based on the
- and distribution
of its droplets.
The goal of the BETE spray laboratory is to find new ways to help customers maximize performance while using less liquid and lower pumping pressure.
BETE's computer modeling optimizes spray nozzle selection by taking into consideration the effects of
- fluid pressure
- Gas velocity
- distance on spray coverage.
BETE's advanced, computerized Droplet Analyzer can measure
in-spray droplets from 2.5 to over 15,000 microns at high velocities. The spray images are illuminated by a strobe, displayed on a monitor, analyzed and stored - all in less than one-tenth of a second. Since droplet size has become so critical for many engineered applications, the BETE Droplet Analyzer is often used from the prototype stage through final manufacture to make sure the design meets specifications.
Liquid distribution is just as critical to system design and overall spray nozzle effectiveness. BETE's high-speed Patternator provides detailed information on spray density and coverage at various locations in the spray area and is totally integrated with the Droplet Analyzer, permitting complete and precise measurement of spray performance.
Whether you're working on a new application or a modification, BETE' spray laboratory can quickly evaluate your requirements and develop an effective solution.