Straight Hole Tungsten Carbide Nozzle With High Accurate Dimension
- Wear resistant
- Able to withstand pressure
- Dimension accurate
The cemented carbide nozzles will be used mainly to PDC drill bits
and roller core flushing, drill bits for cooling and lubricationg
drill bit tips and cleaning stone chips in the well bottom with
drilling liguid in the working conditions of high pressure,
vibration, sand and slurry impacting during oil and natural gas
|Name:||Silicon Carbide Nozzle||Feature:||Hard Descaling|
|Size:||Customized||Type:||Construction Tool Parts|
|Dimension:||Standard And Non-standard||Application:||Mining|
Applications of Carbide Nozzle Tips:
1. Carbide nozzles are tools and should be looked after and
protected from damage at work site.
2. Boron carbide nozzles are the most commonly used nozzles in the
sandblasting / abrasive blast cleaning industry. They are tough and
are best suited for use in harsh work site conditions. Tungsten
carbide nozzles are economical and work well with most abrasives.
Silicon Carbide Nozzle Type
The shape of the carbide nozzle hole determines its airflow
pattern. The nozzle generally has a straight hole or a restricted
hole, a small hole.
1. Straight hole (Carbide Nozzle 1): The straight hole nozzle works
for airflow field or internal airflow to form a sealed airflow
mode. This facilitates the realization of small work such as
cleaning parts, weld forming, cleaning handrails, steps, lattices,
or stone carvings and other materials.
2. Traditional long hill design (hard alloy nozzle 2)
3. The nozzle hole nozzle forms a sufficient airflow pattern that
increases the grinding speed by up to 100% for a given pressure.
Venturi nozzles are the best choice for increasing productivity on
larger surfaces. Long-wall nozzles increase productivity by 40%
compared to straight-hole nozzles with approximately 40% less
4. Double Venturi (Carbide Nozzle 4): Double Venturi and Wide
Throat Nozzle are enhanced versions of the long venturi nozzle. The
style of the double hills can be thought of as having two nozzles
between a set of splits and holes to allow the incoming atmosphere
to enter the nozzles of the downstream section. The outlet end is
also wider than a conventional nozzle. These two modifications are
designed to increase the size of the airflow pattern and minimize
the rate of abrasive loss.