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Snow making nozzle
To extend and improve snow conditions, snow is often made by spraying water in a cold environment, growing a snow crystal, and then blowing the resulting snow where it is desired. The water sprayed from an atomizing nozzle creates a fog of tiny water droplets and these micro drops quickly freeze to form the nucleus of a snowflake.
Secondary nozzles are used to generate slightly larger water droplets that adhere and freeze to the nucleus created by the spray from the primary nozzle. These secondary nozzles do not need as fine an atomization. Throughout the entire process a blower pushes cold air past the nozzles in the snowmaking assembly and propels the snow out of the snow gun.
Capacity from 0.30-0.35 usgal/h use 30um melting copper filter
Capacity from 0.30-0.35 usgal/h use 45um melting copper filter
Capacity from 0.30-0.35 usgal/h use 75um melting copper filter
Capacity from 2.0-11.0 usgal/h use 140um Monel metal fiter
Capacity above 12.00 usgal/h do not use filter
Capacity from 0.30-0.35 usgal/h or 2.0-11.0 usgal/h use filter
Capacity above 12.00 usgal/h not use