CIP Spray Balls
CIP Spray Balls
- Stationary CIP Spray Ball
- Available in 316L Stainless Steel alloy
- Mounted on to process-line tubing
- Available in multiple spray patterns
Polished stainless steel clean-in-place spray balls are used to clean process tanks with a variety of patternsTube ends of spray ball is slightly larger than noted Tube OD to slip over butt-weld end. Locking pin (included) holds stationary spray ball in place.
|3/4" x 2" Spray Ball|
|1" x 2 1/2" Spray Ball|
|1 1/2" x 2 1/2" Spray Ball|
|1 1/2" x 3 1/2" Spray Ball|
|2" x 2 1/2" Spray Ball|
Part Numbers & Dimensions
|Size(Tube OD) x Ball Size||Spray Pattern||Part Number||Dimensions|
|1" x 2 1/2"||A - 360 Degrees||SBSA-1X25||1.109||1.031||3.500||2.500|
|1 1/2" x 2 1/2"||A - 360 Degrees||SBSA-15X25||1.672||1.563||3.500||2.500|
|1 1/2" x 3 1/2"||A - 360 Degrees||SBSA-15X35||1.672||1.563||4.750||2.500|
Questions & Answers 4
Questions and answers of the customers
Do they come in FMPT or MPT?
Q Do they come in FMPT or MPT?A These spray balls slide over existing tubing and are secured with a pin. Due to this configuration, we are unable to add any kind of alternative connection to them.
Do you have flow rate/pressure curves for this spray ball?
Q Do you have flow rate/pressure curves for this spray ball?A
We do not have flow rate/pressure curves for our spray balls. The typical gallons per minute for these items is 40GPM. The average pressure is around 25PSI.
Do spray balls come with MTRs?
Q Do spray balls come with MTRs?A Yes, our spray balls do come with Material Test Reports (MTRs) upon request.
Are these spray balls 3A certified?
Q Are these spray balls 3A certified?A Our spray balls are not manufactured in accordance with 3A Standards.