NLB offers a wide selection of multi-orifice heads for the NCG8450A-3 and NCG8450A-3L rotating lances. And, many of these will work with all of the older style UHP rotating hand lances that NLB has produced over the years. All but one use our standard BN3539 0° nozzles and BA3894 nozzle retainers. The CM27174 uses a BM27289-XX nozzle with no retainer.
The following chart provides information on the number and location of the orifices, as well as a short summary of where the nozzle head is typically used. If you have questions regarding what nozzle block will work best for your application, don’t hesitate to contact us.
|BM16592||2||Thick coatings, heavy deposits||Greater nozzle stand-off for operator flexibility|
|BN10096-1||3||Medium coatings||Can remove coatings one layer at a time|
|BN10096-2||4||Thin-to-medium coatings and deposits||Smaller orifices reduce impact, simplify removal in layers|
|BN10096-3||5||Quick removal of thin coatings||Ideal for steel and other flat substrates|
|DN12560||5||Ouick removal of thin coatings||Offset nozzle pattern (15 degree and 60 degree off centerline) ideal for irregular surfaces|
|CN12094-1||4||I-beams, H-beams, interior corners||Two 15 degree orifices, two 60 degree orifices|
|CN12094-2||4||I-beams, H-beams, interior corners||Two 15 degree orifices (different offsets), two 60 degree orifices|
|CN12094-3||4||Tight spaces - I-beams, H-beams, interior corners||Two 15 degree orifices, two 90 degree orifices|
|CM27174||1||Extra-thick coatings||Single orifice maximizes impact force (Uses BM27289 nozzle with no retainer)|
|CM33796||4||I-beams, H-beams, interior corners||Two 15 degree orifices (different offsets), two 30 degree orifices|