How to Specify Showers and Nozzles to Maximize Productivity

Learn how to choose showers and nozzles for your machines that will cut maintenance time, maximize uptime, and reduce costs.

The Paper Industry experts from Spraying Systems Co. will provide insight and guidance on how to specify showers and nozzles for the wet end to the dry end of your machines with an emphasis on paper/tissue quality improvements, reduced maintenance time and cost-savings.

A wide range of showers will be discussed including manual brush showers, automatic brush showers, oscillating showers, pipe-in-pipe showers and more.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Knowledge
  • Comprehension
  • Application
  • Evaluation

Who Should Watch: 

Typical Job Titles 

  • Process engineers 
  • Machine managers or supervisors
  • Researcher
  • Production engineers
  • Maintenance engineers
  • Utility engineers
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Consultant 

Type of Company

  • Paper and Pulp Companies 
  • Tissue Companies 

Sponsored By: Spraying Systems Co.




Bernard Pyzdrowski
Project Engineer @Spraying Systems Co.

Bernard Pyzdrowski has worked for Spraying Systems Co. since 2016. He is a Project Engineer focused exclusively on the Pulp and Paper Industry. He is experienced with various mill operations such as cleaning, trimming, lubricating, coating, drying operations and more. Bernard is involved in product development, process improvement and technical support. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.


Brian Moran
Project Engineer @Spraying Systems Co.

Brian Moran came to Spraying Systems Co. in 2010. Brian worked in the printing industry prior to joining the system’s team at Spray working on precision spray application for the engineered wood and web lamination industry. As a Project Engineer on the Pulp & Paper team, Brian has led product offerings of the Oscillator and AutoBrush systems and has done the spraying of highly viscous MFC (MicroFibrillated Cellulose) among many other projects. His experience with many different processes ensures the customers’ expectations are met.