Replacement Misting Nozzles (6 Pack)

SKU
MC11025
$18.99
  • The right mist spray nozzles can enhance the performance of a Misting System.
  • Mist nozzles help transfer pressurized water generated from the system into the air in the form of tiny droplets.
  • The finer the mist droplets, the faster they evaporate, meaning quick cooling and less residual moisture.
  • Corrosion-resistant Nickel-Plated Brass Nozzles with stainless-steel orifices, 60-70° cone-pattern spray, and 10/24” thread

MISTING NOZZLES FLOWCHART

MIST NOZZLES SELECTOR TOOL

PSI Specifications:

  • 0.020 & 0.015 Orifice Size - For low pressure misting systems (40 -100 PSI)
  • 0.012 Orifice Size - For Mid Pressure Systems ( 200 PSI - 250 PSI)
  • 0.008 Orifice Size - For Mid/High-Pressure Systems ( 250 PSI - 1000 PSI)
  • 0.006 Orifice Size - For High-Pressure Systems ( 1000 PSI - 1500 PSI)

Say “NO MORE” to cheap plastic nozzles that spit out water and lose their threads after only a few days of usage. Mist Cooling Inc’s high-quality Brass Mist Nozzles with Stainless-Steel Orifices will instantly enhance the functionality and performance of your existing misting system and keep your outdoor areas cooler by up to 30°F even on the hottest summer days. High-Quality Stainless-Steel-Orifice, Nickel-Plated Brass Misting Nozzles spray in a full 60-70° cone pattern produces fine droplets that allow for the fastest evaporation with the least residual moisture or wetness compared to plastic misting nozzles.

ADVANTAGES:

- Nickel-plated brass with stainless-steel orifice Misting Nozzle construction creates enhanced durability

- Resists corrosion

- High-Quality, smooth spray pattern for ultra-fine mist

SPECIFICATIONS: 

- Nickel-Plated Brass Mist Nozzles with Stainless-Steel Orifices

- Full 60-70° cone-pattern spray

- 10/24” and 12/24” UNC thread size

- Min working pressure of 40psi is required for 0.020” and 0.015” orifice nozzles

- Compatible in most misting cooling systems with Max pressure of 1800psi Pack of 6 nozzles

More Information
Product Kind Nozzles
Thread Size 10/24 Thread

Product Questions

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SKU: MC278 Is this a 10-24 or 12-24 Thread? What is the orifice opening size?
Question by: Stephen Sauter on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
You can choose what you need from the drop down menu on threading and orifice.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 3:35 AM
Do you have published pressured drops across misting nozzles and in particular ones sized with 0.020 orifice? I will only have a max of 60 psi water pressure available and am trying to design a spray header. thanks.
Question by: Brad Crawford on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
Please see : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1y6bYI6lxnZ3PXDQ1VD8EkAoAaR0Pa_O6hRLPwkg_1fQ/edit?usp=sharing

This chart gives the flow rate for the mistcooling nozzles
Answer by: Admin on Dec 28, 2021, 9:45 AM

I have the 18" misting stand fan by hawaii breeze but no where in the manual does it tell me thread size, which is the correct size for this fan. Model FS45-9L
Question by: Kathryn Browning on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 3:37 AM
How large an area can this cool with.4 nozzles and xtra.20.ft.tubong?.Also can I purchase the remote control later on a separate order?
Question by: MEL BERGER on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
If it's low pressure, the nozzles should be placed 3 feet apart, 10 feet or higher.
If you plan on using the remote with a misting pump system, yes, you can order it later.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 3:38 AM
I am building a mister system on my deck around my gazebo with 1/2" tubing and drip lines. Will these push into drip line or do you have something with an ultra fine mister that would?
Question by: Kelly Kiki on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
Please see our PVC fittings and parts

https://mistcooling.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=pvc
Answer by: Admin on Dec 28, 2021, 9:46 AM

Do they come brass and silver? If so , how do you specify when ordering?
Question by: ALAN on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
We do not carry silver plated nozzles, as for the brass some of our cleanable nozzles have a brass body but the top of the nozzle where the mist is released is not brass. We have stainless steel and nickle platted for this package you would be getting stainless steel.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 3:39 AM

I have a high pressure stainless steel misting system. What thread size should I order for replacement nozzles?
Question by: Ron Lamb on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
The pump size will not help in finding out what thread size you need. If you still have the same email that you used when purchasing your order last time you could forward that email to us at [email protected] we will then be able to look over your order and find out what thread size you need. We have 2 options 10/24 and 12/24 sized thread, usually we use 10/24 and if you made your order sometime ago it could be 12/24. If you cant find the email please give us a call and one of our representatives will assist you in looking up your order so that we can be sure to get you the right sized nozzles.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 3:40 AM
SKU: MC278 Is this a 10-24 or 12-24 Thread? What is the orifice opening size?
Question by: Stephen Sauter on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
You can choose what you need from the drop down menu on threading and orifice.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 3, 2021, 1:00 AM
Do you have published pressured drops across misting nozzles and in particular ones sized with 0.020 orifice? I will only have a max of 60 psi water pressure available and am trying to design a spray header. thanks.
Question by: Brad Crawford on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
I have the 18" misting stand fan by hawaii breeze but no where in the manual does it tell me thread size, which is the correct size for this fan. Model FS45-9L
Question by: Kathryn Browning on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
We do not sell that fan and do not have any records of what the misting nozzle orifice or threading size would be. I'd recommend contacting the manufacturer to see if they can answer this question.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 3, 2021, 1:01 AM
How large an area can this cool with.4 nozzles and xtra.20.ft.tubong?.Also can I purchase the remote control later on a separate order?
Question by: MEL BERGER on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
If it's low pressure, the nozzles should be placed 3 feet apart, 10 feet or higher.
If you plan on using the remote with a misting pump system, yes, you can order it later
Answer by: Admin on Dec 3, 2021, 1:02 AM

I am building a mister system on my deck around my gazebo with 1/2" tubing and drip lines. Will these push into drip line or do you have something with an ultra fine mister that would?
Question by: Kelly Kiki on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
We recommend having a misting tee for this.If you are doing PVC piping we do have pre threaded 10/24 tee's.MC18040
PVC Tee's with Nozzles. MC18060
Answer by: mistcooling.com on Dec 23, 2021, 11:25 PM
Do they come brass and silver? If so , how do you specify when ordering?
Question by: ALAN on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
We do not carry silver plated nozzles, as for the brass some of our cleanable nozzles have a brass body but the top of the nozzle where the mist is released is not brass. We have stainless steel and nickle platted for this package you would be getting stainless steel.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 3, 2021, 1:04 AM
I have a high pressure stainless steel misting system. What thread size should I order for replacement nozzles?
Question by: Ron Lamb on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
The pump size will not help in finding out what thread size you need. If you still have the same email that you used when purchasing your order last time you could forward that email to us at [email protected] we will then be able to look over your order and find out what thread size you need. We have 2 options 10/24 and 12/24 sized thread, usually we use 10/24 and if you made your order sometime ago it could be 12/24. If you cant find the email please give us a call and one of our representatives will assist you in looking up your order so that we can be sure to get you the right sized nozzles.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 3, 2021, 1:04 AM