Injector nozzles (ID, TTI) have a relatively coarse droplet spectrum and are particularly versatile with regard to their field of application. A pressure range of 2 to 8 bar is possible.
If coverage quality is at the foreground of the application, the use of standard or anti-drift fine droplet nozzles, such as XR or AD, is recommended. Special care is required here due to their tendency to drift above 3 bar.
A good compromise is provided by the modern ID-K or Airmix compact injector nozzles: These have relatively little drift, but do not have too coarse a droplet spectrum and are operated at 2 to 4 bar.
When it comes to special coverage qualities, the double flat fan nozzle is an interesting alternative: the AVI Twin from Agrotop also produces droplets that are not too fine.
The split spray pattern ensures a more even deposit on the front and back of the plant and makes sense maybe, for example, in ear treatment.
For speeds greater than 10 km/h, the TD HiSpeed nozzle with its asymmetrical spraying angle is becoming a new industry trend.