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Task Force Tips

Task Force Tips

Update Terakhir 18 / 11 / 2020
Minimal Pembelian 1 Unit



Detail Task Force Tips

Fog Patterns You Can Count On. Lightweight fog and straight stream nozzles with multiple constant gallonage settings. Nozzles shall have fixed fog teeth or stainless steel spinning teeth, a protective front bumper, and shall have either stainless steel ball shut-off and quick-change polymer valve seat, or twist shut-off. Valve handle shall be produced from high strength molded nylon and shall be provided with positive open and close stops. The extruded aluminum alloy body shall be hardcoat anodized with stainless steel components, and reflective labeling shall be standard. The nozzle shall have a swivel inlet ( except tip-only models) , flush without shutting down and meet NFPA 1964 ( 2003 edition) . Why Stainless Steel Spinng Teeth? Since the late 1980' s Task Force Tips has chosen stainless steel for the manufacture of its spinning teeth.. This was done specifically to prevent the pattern degradation caused by bent, broken, or missing plastic teeth that have been in the marketplace for years. The importance of the integrity of the spinning teeth cannot be stressed enough. Bent, broken, or missing teeth allow a path for flame impingement through the pattern. Stainless steel teeth are preferable to plastic in this application. TFT' s unique style of tooth design and pattern performance tends to push the heat, flame, and smoke ahead and away from the attack crew. 5 Year Warranty Made in USA Details SKU TFTFT200S Weight 4.00 lbs
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