SprayApps
Version 1.0 beta
By Spraying Systems Co.

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### Flow Rate

Nozzle flow rate varies with spraying pressure. In general, the relationship between flow rate and pressure is:
 Q1Q2 = (P1)n(P2)n

Step 1: Choose a Unit of Measure

Selected Unit of Measure:

 US Metric

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### Flow Rate

Step 2: Choose a Nozzle Type

Selected Nozzle Type:
 Full Cone - Std, Square or Oval Full Cone - Wide Angle Full Cone - 15 or 30 degree Full Cone - Vaneless Flat Spray Hollow Cone Solid Stream SpiralJet
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### Flow Rate

Step 3: Choose a Solution Type

Solving for:
 I know the spray pressure and need to compute the Flow Rate Flow Rate I know the flow rate and need to compute the Spray Pressure Pressure
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### Flow Rate

Step 4: Solve for Flow Rate

• psi
• gpm
• psi
Value will default to 1 (water) if blank

 Clear Compute
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### Flow Rate

Step 4: Solve for Spray Pressure

• psi
• gpm
• gpm
Value will default to 1 (water) if blank

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### Coverage

Calculated spray angles indicate approximate spray coverages based on water. In actual spraying, the effective spray angle varies with spray distance. If the spray coverage requirement is critical, contact us for specific spray coverage data.

Step 1: Choose a Unit of Measure

Selected Unit of Measure:

 US Metric

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### Coverage

Step 3: Choose a Solution Type

Solving for:
 Coverage Coverage at a known height and angle Angle Angle required for coverage at a known height Height Height required for coverage at a known angle
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### Coverage

Step 4: Solve for Coverage

• in
• degrees

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### Coverage

Step 4: Solve for Angle

• in
• in

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### Coverage

Step 4: Solve for Height

• in
• degrees

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### Eductor

Enter tank configuration and usage data to compute mix and inlet flow information.

Step 1: Choose a Unit of Measure

Selected Unit of Measure:

 US Metric

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### Eductor

Step 3: Choose a Tank Configuration

Configuration:
 Rectangular Cylindrical Spherical Capacity
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### Eductor

Step 4: Enter Tank Data
• ft
• ft
• ft
• ft
• gallons
• / hr
 How to choose turnovers, eductors
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### Eductor

Tank Turnovers:

 - For light/mild agitation use 5-15 turnovers - For average agitation use 15-25 turnovers - For heavy agitation of solutions with high particulates or viscous solutions use 30-50

To estimate how many eductors are needed:

 - Eductors are usually placed 1 ft spaced apart 1 ft from the bottom and pointed in the desired flow direction.
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### Eductor

Step 5: Solve

 Consult performance chart to select eductor size that best matches desired flow rate

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