Cannon JL: no jets, no troubles!
14-11-2007The Cannon JL is a new family of high pressure L-shaped mixing heads. The acronym JL stands for “Jet Less” to say that the mixing of the two reactive liquids is not obtained by two injectors. The high turbulence – formed and maintained in a relatively narrow mixing chamber in which a stream of the two components is delivered – does the trick.
The liquid components are metered in a common chamber and then flow to the mixing chamber trough variable restrictions where they acquire the necessary energy. At the end of the mixing chamber an L-shaped geometry deviates the flow into a much larger delivery chamber, slows down its turbulence and permits the delivery of the mixed blend with a very laminar flow.
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