Common applications will be based on the building materials that are made by the manufacturer. For example, the cement manufacturing industry requires spray nozzles for high-pressure cleaning of clinker coolers and rotary kilns. Cement deposits can accumulate on surfaces. High-pressure water sprays help remove materials without needing workers to perform the cleanings manually.
The cement manufacturing industry may also rely on spray technology for dust suppression and gas cooling. Gas cooling requires both temperature and humidity control. The spray nozzles help to atomize the water into a fine mist that draws out the heat and disperses it from the gas flow info gas conditioning towers. When it comes to dust suppression, atomized water sprays help to remove dust in the air and from workstations.
Other applications may involve the application of water or other liquids in the engineered wood manufacturing industry. Building materials may require wetting before undergoing further processes, as spray nozzles allow for the appropriate moisture level without oversaturating the material's surface. These nozzles may also apply a range of liquids such as waxes, resins, and others to apply it to panels and other wood materials.
Cost Savings for Automated Systems
Manual processes require workers to be pulled from their stations to perform tasks by hand. Depending on the application, this can be both dangerous and cost-prohibitive for your company. By automating these processes, companies can reduce the amount of manual labor required, which can help to improve worker safety and reduce the risk of injuries or accidents on the job.
In addition, automating processes can help to improve the consistency and quality of the materials being produced, which can lead to better overall results in the construction projects that use these materials. You can instantly adjust flow rates and distribution of liquids for the workstation. You can lower your utility costs and water waste which is a benefit to the company's established budget.
Here at Lechler, we offer spray technology in various designs. Whether you are looking for turnkey solutions or a more customized design, we can provide spray systems that will enhance your operations. Contact us today to learn more.