Spray Nozzle Engineering '10 Facts Spray Dryer Nozzle Design' safety booklet
Spray Nozzle Engineering has released an updated safety booklet, entitled ‘10 Facts Spray Dryer Nozzle Design’.
The booklet is a guide to pressure nozzle spray dryer safety, highlighting operational safety and risk mitigation. Selection, design and operation of nozzle technology in explosive environments is a critical consideration in new and existing plant design. The guide makes clear points relating to considerations such as ASME pressure code compliance, sealing standards in assembled nozzles, spray performance, product quality, fire risk and safety.
The booklet also serves as a practical guide on innovations in pressure nozzle technology such as concentricity, high-pressure seals, swirls, orifices, glands and valves, as well as how to avoid and solve common problems in spray dryers, such as bearding, scorched particles, thread binding damage, worn O-rings and leakage.
Suitable for plant managers, operators, OHS, reliability and continuous improvement engineers, underwriters and government consultants, Spray Nozzle Engineering’s technical knowledge in nozzle technology and spray dry safety is adapted to suit a wide readership of the booklet. The PDF can be downloaded from www.spraydrysafety.co.nz and printed copies are available on request.
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