Our technical department used CFD technology to design the Dplus series. The goal was to obtain a nozzle whose spray angle did not vary from the inlet pressure, between 1 and 10 bar.
The classic full cone nozzles – also known as turbulence nozzles- use a specially shaped vorticator positioned at their inlet, giving a rotational velocity to the fluid flowing through the spray nozzle. Due to the rotational speed of the fluid, the jet of water exiting the nozzle orifice expands by centrifugal force, assuming the shape of a full cone.
The spray angle, which can vary from 15 ° to 120 °, depends on the design of the nozzle but also on the supply pressure. Our technicians overcame this obstacle by designing a perforated vorticator -now already patented- that guarantees the homogeneity of the spray angle regardless of the inlet pressure.