Flat Fan Nozzles
Flat fan spray nozzles are available in a range of fittings that include; threaded fittings, nozzle tips and body assemblies, dovetail fittings and quick release set-ups. We also include pencil jets or straight jet nozzles (no spray angle at all) in this range. Spray angles range from 0° all the way up to 120°.
PNR F series spray nozzles (FA / FB / FX ) are made from hardened stainless steel. These high pressure washing nozzles come in 1/8″ & 1/4″ threads and in a spray nozzle tip.
Spray angles available are 0° / 15° / 25° / 40° / 65°. Customers familiar with this type of nozzle will know them by their USG per minute codes such as 1501 / 1502 / 1503 and so forth. PNR flow rates are provided in liters per minute. Please click here for datasheet.
The PNR GA short body flat fan spray nozzles are ideal in areas where there is limited space. They produce an even distribution and good impact. GA short bodied nozzles come in standard flow rates with a 1/4″ thread and larger capacity flow rates with a 3/4″thread connection. Spray angles available are 45° / 60° / 90° / 120°. Please click here for datasheet.
PNR GX and GY series nozzles are all spray nozzle tips which are held in place by a body (nipple) and retaining cap. Nipples or bodies come in weld-on and threaded versions and the tips can also fixed to a pipe with a clamp arrangement. Spray angles range from 0° (pencil jet) and then 30° / 45° / 60° / 90° & 120°. This diverse range of spray nozzles are available in low flow, standard flow and large flow versions. The GY design comes in a dovetail design which fits to a weld on body. The dovetail fitting ensures that the spray pattern is always correctly aligned. Please click here for datasheet.
PNR HT series nozzles are similar in performance and flow rates to our threaded flat fan spray nozzles. The only difference is the bayonet fitting makes them more convenient for maintenance and thus can help to reduce production down time. Spray angles range from 0° (pencil jet) and then 40° / 50° / 65° / 95° & 110°. Please click here for datasheet.
PNR J series flat fan spray nozzles are the most popular and most common flat fan nozzles we manufacture. They are split into; low flow rate nozzles (available in 1/8″ and 1/4″) / standard flow rate nozzles (available in1/8″ and 1/4″ & 3/8″) and large flow rate nozzles (available in 1/2″ / 3/4″ and 1″ thread sizes). Spray angles range from 0° to 120°. Please click here for datasheets.
The PNR K series flat fan nozzle works by deflecting the liquid off a machined surface that is cut into the side of the nozzle. The nozzles are often referred to as flood jet spray nozzles.
This design produces a very wide angle flat fan pattern with medium droplets and medium impact. This range of spray nozzles is available in 1/8″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″ and 1″ thread sizes and also a nozzle tip which is held in place on a nipple (body) or clamp with a retaining cap. PNR nozzle part number codes include KGW / KHW / KIW / KJW / KKW / KLW.
Also in our K series (K and KH type nozzles) range is the spoon jet flat fan nozzle. This is another deflection design where liquid is fed though the orifice onto a smooth curved surface (often referred to as a spoon) producing a flat spray spray pattern with a high impact and narrower spray angles of 15°, 25°, 35°, 40°, and 50°. Thread sizes come in 1/8″, 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″ and in a quick release version that fits with the same bayonet arrange as with the HT range of flat fan nozzles. Please click here for datasheets.
The PNR GC series (coin nozzles) & GE series (disc nozzles) range of flat fan nozzles are extremely thin and easy to clean. They do not protrude from the pipe surface and can therefore be fitted in narrow spaces. Commonly used in the paper industry where they can be fitted to a spray bar arrangement with an internal rotating steel brush for internal cleaning and easy flushing. Spray angles available are 45°, 60°, 65° and 80° for the GC range and 60° or 75° for the GE range. Please click here for datasheets.
The PNR GF series nozzle is a self-cleaning flat fan nozzle design. The spray nozzle body contains a piston which opens and closes with the water pressure. This pressure value for opening the nozzle is set depending on the customer’s operating pressure. By reducing the water pressure to 0.5 bar the nozzle will self-clean any debris build-up at the back of the nozzle. Pressure is then increased to return to normal spraying. Spray angles available are 0°, 45°, 60° and 80°. Please click here for datasheet.