TFT Handline Nozzle 1.5

TFT Handline Nozzle 1.5"NH-F Swivel W/SO & PG Automatic 95 - 300 GPM @ 100psi

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TFT Handline Nozzle 1.5"NH-F Swivel W/SO & PG Automatic 95 - 300 GPM @ 100psi

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A TFT Handline is all conventional handline sizes in one.

The wide flow range of 95-300 gpm (360-1150 l/min) allows the Handline to be used on many hose sizes, and this series is an excellent choice for 1.5", 1.75", and 2.0" (38mm, 45mm and 52mm) attack lines. The Handline features flush without shutdown, molded rubber bumper with "power fog" teeth, TFT's patented stainless steel slide valve, and optional colored pistol grip and handle covers (NFPA 1901 (A.16.9.1). All TFT Handlines accept the FJ-H low-expansion or the FJ-HMX multiexpansion foam attachments .

H-VPGI HANDLINE W/GRIP 1.5" NH (38mm) - Automatic 100 psi (7 bar) pressure control with a flow capacity of 95-300 gpm (360-1150 l/min). Includes flush without shutting down, patented slide-type valve for turbulence-free flow control, six detent flow positions, molded rubber teeth for full-fill “power fog”, and “Gasket Grabber” inlet screen. Pistol grip is mounted below the valve. Lightweight hardcoat anodized aluminum materials for maximum resistance to corrosion and wear.1.5" NH (38mm) rocker lug full-time swivel coupling is standard.

7.0 lb ( 3.2 kg)
13.00 " ( 33.0 cm)

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    How is the GPM adjusted physically is Im running 100psi and want 150 gpm to 300gpm?
    Asked on 9/22/2016 by Joe from Logan, Wva

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      This model TFT nozzle is an "Automatic" nozzle, you can adjust/control the flow with your bail, all the way back/open will give you the 300 gpm, as long as you are getting 100psi at the nozzle. If you want less than the 300gpm, you back down the bail or move it forward like you would if you were going to shut down the nozzle. The amount of GPM is controlled by the TFT Patented slide type valve, a good pump operator and some practice will teach you how this all works.

      Answered on 10/17/2016 by Butch
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