Spraying Systems Co.

Naperville, IL, United States

Spraying Systems Co.

Naperville, IL, United States

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Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-08-01

A system for efficiently filling liquid containing bottles having removable and replaceable threaded screw tops. The system includes a bottle spindle mechanism having a bottle receiving receptacle, and a liquid dispensing head movable between a raised position for enabling placement and removal of bottles into and from the receptacle with the screw tops in place and lowered liquid dispensing position. With a bottle in the receptacle, the receptacle and bottle are rotatable in one rotary direction while the screw top is manually retained against rotation for unscrewing and removing the screw top; the dispensing head is then lowered to the liquid dispensing position for filling the bottle; the dispensing head then is raised and the screw top repositioned on the bottle; and the receptacle and bottle are rotated in an opposite direction while the screw top is retained for rescrewing the screw top on the bottle.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-11-03

An electrostatic spray dryer for drying liquid into powder including an elongated body defining a drying chamber, a spray nozzle assembly at one end of the drying chamber and a filter element housing and powder collection chamber at an opposite end. A non-structural non-metallic liner is disposed within the elongated body in spaced relation to an inner wall surface for defining an internal drying zone. The liner is releasably supported within the body for enabling selective removal and replacement following a particular usage. The illustrated elongated body has a modular construction comprising a plurality of modules, with at least one being selectively removable and replacement for altering the length of the drying chamber for a particular spray application. The liner also is replaceable with a liner of a length corresponding to the altered length of the drying chamber or with a different diameter for a particular usage.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-11-03

A rotary tank cleaning spray nozzle assembly which includes a stationary housing, a rotary housing for rotation about a central axis of the stationary housing, and a nozzle carrying hub supported by the rotary housing for rotation about an axis transverse to the axis of the stationary housing. A support rod extends through the rotary housing and into the stationary housing with a lower end supporting the underside of the rotary housing and the upper end being secured by a retainer. The retainer is releasable to permit removal of the rotary housing and nozzle hub from an underside of the stationary housing. A fluid driven drive for the rotary housing and nozzle hub includes a pair of removably mounted bevel gear rings. In one embodiment, liquid lubricating, frustoconical, high load carrying bearings support rotatably.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-11-03

An electrostatic spray drying system includes an electrostatic spray nozzle having a spray tip assembly arranged to discharge a supply of fluid into a drying chamber. The electrostatic spray nozzle is responsive to a duty cycle signal that determines periods at which the electrostatic spray nozzle is open to inject the fluid. A controller is programmed to activate a pulse width modulation (PWM) mode of operation for the electrostatic spray assembly, initiate a first timer, provide a first duty cycle signal to the electrostatic spray nozzle at a first PWM activation frequency while the first timer has not reached a first pulse duration, initiate a second timer when the first timer has reached the first pulse duration, and provide a second duty cycle signal to the electrostatic spray nozzle at a second PWM activation frequency while the second timer has not reached a second pulse duration.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-11-03

A spray dryer for drying liquid into powder including an elongated drying chamber, a spray nozzle assembly at an upper end of the drying chamber and a filter element housing and powder collection chamber at a lower end of the drying chamber. The filter element housing comprises a plurality of cylindrical filter elements supported from a wall of an exhaust chamber that communicates with an exhaust gas outlet of the filter element housing. In one embodiment, the filter element housing includes an inner downwardly opening cylindrical shroud surrounding the filter elements which defines an outer annular powder and drying gas passageway communicating with the powder collection chamber, and the exhaust chamber is defined by a downwardly opening conical plenum having an outer conical surface for directing drying gas and powder about the shroud into the powder collection chamber. Filter elements each have a respective reverse gas pulse cleaning device.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2017-04-26

A lubricant dispensing system having particular utility for applying a tightly controlled thin line of lubricant about the perimeter of cans as they are processed. The lubricant dispensing system includes an electrostatic spray head having a nozzle body that defines a lubricant receiving chamber for electrically charging lubricant therein and a capillary tube supported by the nozzle body having an inlet end communicating with the lubricant receiving chamber and an outlet that defines a discharge orifice of the electrostatic spray head. The capillary tube has a diameter between about 0.2 and 0.3 inches for directing electrostatically charged lubricant onto an item to be lubricated in a controlled thin line having a width no greater than 0.125 inches. The electrode is adjustably positionable relative to the capillary tube for selectively controlling the rate of discharging lubricant, and the electrode is configured for enhancing electrostatic charging of lubricant through the capillary tube.


Patent
Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation and Spraying Systems CO. | Date: 2015-11-04

A full cone spray nozzle comprising: a nozzle body (1) having a liquid inlet (3) at its upstream end and a spray orifice (4) at its downstream end; a vane structure (2) of an axial direction length (W) and diameter (D) arranged with its outer circumferential surface in contact with the inside of the nozzle body (1); has a plurality of channel grooves (6) of width (T) and depth (H) at the outer circumferential surface of the vane structure (2); an upstream side projecting part (8) of a length (U) in the axial direction of the nozzle body (1) at an upstream side of the vane structure (2); a downstream side projecting part (9) of a length (P) in the axial direction of the nozzle body (1) at a downstream side of the vane structure (2); and a swirl flow chamber (5) of an axial direction length (L) which is a space formed by an inside wall surface of the nozzle body (1), the vane structure (2) and the spray orifice (4), wherein 0.25T/D0.30, 0.25H/D0.30, and 1.5L/W3.5 are satisfied.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-06-13

An electrolyzing system is provided for producing higher quantities of electrolyzed waters within prescribed pH ranges for optimum usage and which can be operated for producing greater quantities of alkaline electrolyzed water than acidic electrolyzed water consistent with a users requirements. The system includes an electrolytic cartridge having cathode and anode cells each comprising a pair of electrodes disposed in laterally spaced coplanar relation to each other, with a respective ion permeable membrane in spaced relation to the pairs of electrodes. The cells are separated with a common separator plate that maintains the ion permeable membranes in parallel relation with the respective electrodes and which facilitates the communication of brine solution from a brine bath to both cells. The cells further can be operate with staggered input currents and the redirection of electrolyzed water between the cells for optimum control of pH levels of the resulting products.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2015-01-26

A spray cleaning device for cleaning the interior of a vessel or the like through an access opening in an underside thereof. The cleaning device includes a wheeled carriage positionable in selected relation to a vessel to be cleaned, an elongated frame having a central drive shaft extending along its length, and a rotatable spray head supported in an upstanding relation to a downstream end of said elongated housing for rotation about multiple axes. The elongated frame is pivotably supported by said wheeled carriage for selective positioning of the spray head within the vessel to be cleaned, and the spray head has a liquid supply which communicates with a liquid inlet to an upstanding support thereof downstream of the central drive shaft so said liquid is not transmitted along the drive shaft.


Patent
Spraying Systems Co. | Date: 2016-07-20

A steam atomizing liquid spraying system which in the preferred embodiment includes a spray nozzle assembly having a central liquid passageway for coupling to a liquid supply and a plurality of spray nozzles each removably mounted in the nozzle body and having a respective central steam passage communicating with a steam supply. The spray nozzles each further have a plurality of circumferentially spaced liquid accelerating passages that communicate with a respective angled passage of the nozzle body which in turn communicates with the central liquid supply passageway for directing liquid into the central steam passage of the spray nozzle for interaction with steam directed through the central steam passage and atomization of liquid discharging from the spray nozzle. In an alternative embodiment, a single spray nozzle insert is utilized.

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