Spray Nozzle Engineering offers spraying and fluid management solutions for all industries, applications and  project sizes; to companies in different locations worldwide directly and via distributor and OEM partners

Our wide range of products, engineered spray nozzle and fluid management solutions, quick turn around and expertise to industry since 1988, has allowed us to offer excellent customer service, delivery and advice. The success of our 30 years in quality on time supply to the spray drying, food-beverage, pharmaceutical, military and government, agricultural, tank cleaning, pollution control, mining and petrochemical market, can be seen in the satisfaction of our customers from a dedicated team of specialists from Spray Nozzle Engineering and Reel Tech within our group:

From cleaning wine tanks in the Napa Valley (USA) to Cleaning the streets of Townsville (Northern Australia) See why people are talking about our Group

I find what sets the M-Series apart from other CIP spray devices is the self cleaning aspect. Its reassuring knowing that I don't have to hold concerns about residual soiling from previous cleaning cycles building up and remaining within the nozzle head.

Craig Westwood - Brewer & Barrel Manager Mountain Goat Brewery

For the last 10 years I’ve been buying products from Spray Nozzle Engineering. The Mini – M70 LF water gun has been the only gun that works for us due to the low flow and pressure. We use a lot of water in the food industry so it has saved us lots of money in the long run. It’s a very high-end product that is indestructible and it last long when compared with other guns in the market. I have used many other brands in the past and I couldn’t find the quality that the Mini-M70 LF has. Spray Nozzle engineering apart of selling this unique product, they have great customer service, problem solving skills and the best of all, they have a solution for any problem in the industry.

Faisel - Director - Food Industry Faisel.com.au

Our factory has used Click&Dry milk-spray nozzles and Drip-Pro Check Valves for approximately 10 years. During this time there has been considerable development in this area of our operation, and this has been made possible by an innovative, can do approach by both parties. We . also made the change to a water start/stop on the drier during this time. However, we noticed that on a stop, there were water drips from the nozzle and this would foul the tower con and fluid bed below. This eventually would lead to scorched particles in the powder and associated product downgrades. To overcome this problem, Spray Nozzle Engineering developed a non drip nozzle (Drip-Pro Check Valve version of the Click&Dry Nozzle) which we trialled and continue to use with success to this day. Spray Nozzle Engineering have been an effective supplier to our business over the years. Service and supply has never been an issue, and they are able to train operators to use and look after the product. There is a continuous improvement approach with products made more reliable, and easier to use. From an overall cost point of view we have found the Spray Nozzle Engineering products to be competitively priced. Our current nozzle bodies are over 3 years old and these are used 24/7 continuously. We are only now planning for their replacement. I have no hesitation to recommend Spray Nozzle Engineering.

P W - Process Technologist - Australian Dairy Drier Plant

In my opinion Click&Dry series which we use at the moment has number of advantages as: Durability of nozzles & accompanied parts, simplified assembly of nozzle which saves set up time, guaranteed application and lower risks in regards to failure during run or complexity of parts operation, more efficient cleaning of cap and internal sections.

- Technical Manager - Large Multinational Dairy Corporation Australia – Nutritionals

We currently have “Head Cleaning” units supplied by Spray Nozzle Engineering Pty Ltd, fitted to six of our Silos and found them to be up to the task. In the past 18 months we have only had to replace 3, which I find acceptable given the amount of CIP’s performed and the chemicals used.

Colin Stewart - Storeman - Dairy Industry