Low Volume Spray Nozzle

Product Info


Versatility & Control


  • Spraying disinfectants.
  • Spraying rust inhabitants.
  • Roll forming applications.
  • Metal stamping.

When you need precise control of your lubrication spray, the Unist Low Volume Spray Nozzle delivers with a consistent and controlled spray pattern. The air and fluid volumes are controlled independently by precision needle valves allowing you to fine tune the spray to your specific needs.  An integral valve at the nozzle tip means our system features immediate on and off control which eliminates lag and prevents messy fluid drips.

Spray Patterns


Control & Monitor Multiple Nozzles

Combine your Unist Low Volume Spray Nozzles with a Unist SPR-2000 programmable controller and pressure tank for precise control of spray frequency and duration.

The SPR-2000 is capable of controlling 22 independent Low Volume Spray Nozzles and monitoring critical parameters such as fluid level, fluid pressure, and flow and is a great choice for controlling your present and future stock lubrication systems.


Mounting Options

Create your own mounting solution with our Modular Mounting System!


Features, Specs & Options


  • Valve at nozzle tip eliminates messy drips
  • Immediate on/off spray control ( no lag )
  • Fine control of spray pattern
  • Individual air & fluid control
  • Air actuated
  • Available with internal or external mix tip

Technical Specifications

    Fluid type:
    • For use with a broad range of water soluble and neat lubricants. Viscosity from 30 – 1000 SUS. Thicker lubricants can be tested by Unist for compatibility.

    Air supply pressure:
    • 30-100 psi (2-7 Bar) Dry, filtered compressed air

    Fluid supply pressure:
    • 5-100 psi (.34-7 Bar)

    Maximum cycle rate:
    • 200 cycles/min.

    Operating temp range:
    • 40-150°F (4-65°C)

    • Anodized aluminum

    Needle valves:
    • Stainless steel

    • Nickel-plated brass

    Fluid seal material:
    • Fluorocarbon (Viton)

    Air seal material:
    • Nitrile (Buna-N)

    Options & Accessories


    Articulating arm

    Easily adjust and lock nozzle position

    Adjustable magnet mount

    Mount nozzle to a magnetic surface

    Modular mounting system

    Create your own mounting solution with our modular mounting system.

    Fan spray tip

    The fan spray tip converts the Low Volume Spray Nozzle into a precision coating applicator. Multiple nozzles can be ganged together to cover wide areas with overlapping fan spray.

    Conical spray tip

    The Low Volume Spray Nozzle with conical spray tip provides the perfect spray pattern for spot lubrication or coating.

    Extended nozzle

    Allows the Low Volume Spray Nozzle to reach tight areas. Available in rigid copper or flexible plastic.

    Standard adjustment

    Adjust the fluid and air right at the nozzle

    Remote adjustment

    Adjust the fluid and air at the remote adjustment solenoid valve bank on the SmartFlow® programmable fluid controller


    Programmable controller

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