The importance of finding the right nozzle is often underestimated. If a nozzle is chosen too small, it works against the pump. This results in a higher power consumption and a higher mechanical load on the pump and supply line. If, on the other hand, a nozzle is selected that is too large, the power of the pump cannot be fully converted into pulse. This shows how important it is to select the components correctly. However, this can quickly become confusing. To help you choose the right nozzle, we have created this page. Here you can find the right nozzle in 4 ways. The easiest way is to use our nozzle wizard. The wizard will guide you through the selection process in four simple steps. Or you can directly use the product table if you are looking for a specific model. Otherwise, you can also use the nozzle calculator to calculate a suitable nozzle and even put together a system of several nozzles. You are also welcome to simply contact us and we will help you selecting the right nozzle or put together a whole nozzle system together. Last but not least, we have compiled the most frequently asked questions for you.

For clarification of technical terms, we provide an extensive glossary. Probably the most important technical term is the nozzle capacity. We use this to classify nozzles. Here, the nozzle capacity describes a pressure-flow ratio and can be expressed by a single number. The nozzle capacity thus allows for calculating the flow rate for any given upstream pressure, which has proven to be very handy in real-world applications.

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Nozzle Wizard


The nozzle wizard guides you to the right nozzles in 4 simple steps.

Product Table


In the product table you will find all versions of our standard products.

Nozzle Calculator


The nozzle calculator graphically helps you to choose the right nozzle.



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In 4 Steps.The Right Nozzle.

Our nozzle wizard guides you purposefully through the selection process. In the first step, the wizard asks you for the desired application. In the second step, the wizard asks you for a pressure range. Then, in the third step, the nozzle capacity is determined. Either you enter this directly, or you can determine it from pressure and flow. In the last step, the wizard asks you for the desired spray angle. Afterwards, the wizard shows you what the nozzle would be named according to our naming scheme and suggests a nozzle that meets your requirements as closely as possible.


Please select a suitable application area for you on the right.

We currently differentiate our product portfolio into three main application areas: Cleaning, Distribution and Mixing. The difference lies in the distribution characteristic and the frequency range. In principle, it can be said that a cleaning nozzle has a lower frequency than a mixing nozzle. The main application areas (large symbols) are divided into even more specific areas. If you are unsure, simply select a main application area.

Pressure Range

Please select a suitable print area for you on the right.

Please select a print area below. We distinguish between four pressure ranges. The low pressure range up to 20 bar, the medium pressure range from 16 to 60 bar, the high pressure range from 60 to 200 bar and the maximum pressure range for pressures above 200 bar. Please note that the specification of the pressure is decisive for the mechanical resistance as well as for the jet guidance.





Nozzle Capacity

Please select a nozzle capacity on the right.

To select the correct nozzle, we need the nozzle capacity (C) in the third step. You can either enter this directly on the right, or determine it using a pressure/flow ratio at a known operating pressure. If in doubt, you can also enter a nominal value for your pump. Please keep in mind that due to pipe and friction losses the flow rate can only be reached at the pump outlet and the nozzle size should be selected slightly smaller if necessary.


Bitte wählen Sie rechts einen für Sie passenden Strahlwinkel aus.

In the last step, we still need the desired spray angle from you. This is the total angle over which the jet extends. We always specify the effective angle, i.e. the angle that the nozzle actually reaches. Please note that the jet angle is constant over the entire range in contrast to a flat jet nozzle. If necessary, you can find the exact definition in the glossary.

Spray angle in DEG


Sehen Sie rechts die für Sie passende Düse.

Based on your input and following our nozzle scheme, we derive the following nozzle:



For your requirements we can recommend the following nozzles from our standard portfolio:


If nozzles are listed above, you can read the difference between the nozzle capacity you have selected and the existing nozzle capacity in a line next to the nozzle name, as well as the difference in the spray angle. With one click you can download a datasheet, which may take a moment due to technical reasons. Please note that there can be nozzles in different designs in terms of material and connection. All possible designs can be found in the product table. If the nozzle capacity you need is between two of our standard nozzles, it must be weighed which nozzle capacity is more likely to be used. A nozzle which is too large cannot convert the entire impulse of the pump, on the other hand a nozzle which is too small can increase the pre-pressure in the system and thereby, stress the pump and supply line more mechanically. Please note that the data on the pumps refer only to the pump itself and do not take into account the losses of the supply line. If you can estimate this, you can subtract this loss from the nozzle size. Otherwise, just ask us, we can also simply provide you with nozzles for testing. For further comparison, we have plotted your nozzle in the nozzle calculator and you can simply add the suggested nozzles to the diagram using the “plot” command.

Simply. Select.

Below you can browse through our product range. You will find all possible designs in the following table You can search directly for nozzles or proceed systematically via the filter function. By clicking on the pictograms, you can find out more about the application areas, or download CAD files for your design program or the appropriate data sheet. In the column on the far left, you can easily plot the nozzle characteristic curve via the “+” symbol.


Pressure in bar

Spray angle in DEG

Nozzle capacity

If none of theses nozzles suit your needs or you need a different material or connection just contact us.
We will find a solution together.

Simply. Plan.

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Therefore we offer you here the possibility to display nozzle characteristics graphically. To the right of the diagram you can add a (standard) “nozzle”, add a “custom nozzle” by using the nozzle capacity calculator, add a “pump” if you have a pump characteristic curve, combine several plotted “nozzles” to represent a combined system and remove the plotted “elements”. If you load a pump characteristic curve via CSV file, the operating point, i.e. the intersection of the nozzle characteristic curve and the pump characteristic curve, is automatically calculated. Please note that we are currently not able to take pipe losses into account. However, you can help yourself by selecting a reduced nozzle size. Below the diagram you will find the possibility to swap the two axes, to export the shown data as a CSV file (download data), to save the diagram as an image (download diagram) or to reset the whole diagram.

Add nozzle

Add a nozzle to the chart:

Add custom nozzle

To calculate your nozzle capacity you will have to enter two out of three values. Please note that you can adjust the units. (Link nozzle capacity)

Add pump

Add a pump curve to your calculation (example file).

Please place your pump file here


Combine nozzles
Select a nozzle and its number to combine them into a group:

Resulting nozzle capacity:

    (Click on one of the nozzles to remove it from the group).

    Remove element

    Remove a nozzle from the chart.

    (You can pan and zoom using the mouse/pinch)

    In addition to our standard nozzles below, we can also provide nozzles according to your requirements. You will find a contact person further down the page.

    Questions. Answers.

    We have summarized the most frequently asked questions for you below.

    Nozzle naming scheme

    We tried to find a consequent naming scheme for our nozzles. We came up with the following schema pPX-aa CXXYY°, where p stands for the pressure range, aa for the application, XX stands for the nozzle capacity and YY for the angle. For example LPX-PC C50-30° denotes a nozzle with a nozzle capacity of 50 and a spray angle of 30°.


    Your Application. Our Solution.

    Even though the underlying technology is always the same, we always adapt our nozzles to the application. Below you can see a few examples:

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