When downtime can cost you money having the right motor is critical. The NWCI Typhoon is spec'd in two configurations; a hydraulically driven motor that can spin the basket at upwards of 5000 RPM with 8 gpm flow rate and a 1.5 horsepower electric motor that can push close to 5 gpm at 4000 RPM. Check out some of the features of the Motors.
Custom designed seals and coatings to increase resistance in highly corrosive environments
Completely sealed fan-less stainless steel shell protects the motor from any liquids
The Anatomy of a Typhoon
The Hub & Injector Tubes
The key to misting liquids that have large concentrations of dissolved solids and suspended solids is to not create any small orifices that the liquid has to go through. Unlike fixed nozzle systems the Typhoon feeder tubes and 1st stage hub will not clog and can even pass upwards of 15% Solids.. In other words less maintenance and higher uptime.
1st Stage Hub
In a two stage system the basket is placed over the hub. The 3/8" holes in the hub evenly distribute the liquid
Liquid is injected into the hub via the 4 feeder tubes running down the sides of the shaft and motor and are too large to be clogged.
The Anatomy of a Typhoon
The misting basket is the key to a uniform droplet size. It produces a very narrow range of droplet sizes at a specfic RPM. Therefore we can calculate exactly how far a droplet will drift at a given windspeed. Our Smart Panel constantly adjusts the droplet size to maximize surface area and minimizing Drift
Baskets come in fine or coarse sizes which impact overall starting droplet size and the maximum flow that can pass through the head without flooding it
Locking nut holds the basket securely to the hub and is easily removed to switch swap them for routine cleaning or maintenance
The Typhoon allows you to control the size of droplet in real-time by changing the motor RPM.
Never swap a nozzle again. Use the pump or a valve to control the volume of liquid being atomized.
The Typhoon is designed to handle even the most caustic environments.
The Typhoon can handle upwards of 14% solids and has been used to evaporate drilling muds.
Easy Access & Maintenance
The Typhoon basket and motors are designed for easy access and are quickly swapped out.
Custom Seals & Coatings
Custom seals and coatings are used to prevent liquids from getting inside the motors.
Electric vs. Hydraulic
The Typhoon Evaporator comes in two basic configurations: Hydraulic or Electric. Determining which type of Typhoon head can be used at your site is the first step in designing a system to fit your specific needs.
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