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Money DrainDetecting Nozzle Wear is Difficult — See Why

As shown in the video, a quick visual inspection won't reveal a wear problem unless it is significant. Most plants don't realize how quickly the costs add up from using worn nozzles. Here are just two examples:

  • $65,156 wasted annually. A paper mill with a single shower spraying 15% over capacity was wasting 89,824 gallons of water per week.
  • $182,800 wasted annually. A food processor learned it was using an extra 1.7 million gallons of water and an extra 170,165 gallons of chemicals each year by using worn spray nozzles.

Good Nozzle vs Worn NozzleNozzle wear may be challenging to detect, but it isn't impossible. It takes a bit of effort, but the time investment will quickly pay for itself. Here's what you need to get started:

If you would like assistance inspecting your nozzles and determining the best replacement interval, please contact us. A local sales engineer can help you with the process.

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