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Task Force Tips Working Fire Nozzle with Grip

SKU: W-TFT-WF1GF//Out of Stock


Maximize Your GPM With Minimum Nozzle Reaction

The exclusive TFT pressure relief feature maximizes GPM when you over pump the nozzle. The pressure relief feature keeps reaction force manageable as GPM increases versus a nozzle without a pressure relief feature that builds up massive nozzle pressure and reaction force

The Working Fire is available in a break-apart or integrated, stainless steel ball valve configuration. Pistol grips, bail handles, and stream shaper are available in colors and spinning teeth are an option. The nozzle has a rugged, black hard coat finish with a black reflective Scotchlite trim. There is a tactile indicator and detent for straight stream that prevents unintended rotation into other streams.

  • Pistol Grip: Yes
  • Valve Design: Ball Valve
  • Flow Rate: 150 gpm
  • Inlet Coupling Style: Rocker
  • Body Size: 1.5"
  • Inlet Coupling Swivel: Full Time Swivel
  • Style: One Piece with Valve
  • Pressure Mode: Single
  • Type: Fixed
  • Fog Teeth: Fixed
  • Operating Pressure: 75 psi
  • Remote control: No
  • Bumper Material: Rubber-bonded
  • Connection Type: NH Female

The TFT Working Fire nozzle delivers revolutionary performance when you need maximum flows for a “working fire.” For everyday use, it is a 150 gpm @ 75 psi Fixed GPM Nozzle, but when you need even more GPM, the nozzle’s exclusive pressure relief system dramatically limits nozzle reaction.

At low flows, just like every other fixed GPM nozzle, it is clear from the stream quality that optimum flow has not yet been reached. When you achieve the 150 gpm rate, the nozzle flows great, and there is about 65 lbs of nozzle reaction force.

The Working Fire excels when you need a lot more GPM. By integrating pressure relief, a 33% increase in flow rates only yields a 33% increase in reaction force. Compare that to a traditional fixed nozzle, which increases 78%. With the Working Fire nozzle, TFT is able to deliver high GPM (200 gpm) with about 30 lbs less reaction force than other nozzles!


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