Spray Systems

Hyperion Cemented carbide nozzle wear part

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Dimensions: as per drawing/requested

Description: Spray nozzle blanks manufactured to custom dimensions. Cemented carbide grades and designs are tailored to each customer based on individal needs and requirements.

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Spray Nozzles

Wear parts in fluid handling systems range from spray nozzles to bushings and plungers. The carbide wear part flow control components from Precision Solutions by Hyperion help to create some of the most cost-effective, highest quality waterjet components.

Working conditions for dairy, pharmaceutical, food, and industrial applications require a high level of pressure and corrosion resistance. Hyperion Materials & Technologies cemented carbide nozzles show high wear and abrasion resistance helping to maintain a longer spray pattern. In addition to nozzles, Hyperion offers a full line of wear parts for spray systems including funnel shapes, orifice inserts, and swirl chambers.

Materials are FDA compliant.


• Nozzles

• Swirl chamber design

• Orifice inserts

• Funnel shape

• Material hardness up to 2000 HV30 / 94 Rockwell

• Other harder solutions: Versimax




• A stable and homogenous spray pattern/angle thanks to the high wear and abrasion resistance properties of our cemented carbides

• Reliable performance and extended working life.

Versimax™ Diamond Composite


Versimax diamond composite also has the wear resistance, mechanical strength, and high temperature stability needed for wear parts and nozzles.  This patented composite has wear resistance approaching sintered diamond but provides substantially higher thermal stability and is available as large as 33 mm diameter by 35 mm overall thickness.


Other cemented carbide fluid handling wear parts manufactured by Hyperion include:


Your Hyperion salesperson can offer their expertise in selecting the cemented carbide and wear part best suited to solve your needs.


Did you know you can recycle your cemented carbide with Hyperion?  Visit our recycling page or contact us for details.