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 2.5" (65mm) and 3" (75mm) attack lines. The Handline features flush without shutdown, molded rubber bumper with "power fog" teeth, TFT's patented stainless steel slide valve, optional color-coded pistol grip, handle covers (NFPA 1901 (A.16.9.1) or rubber coated playpipe handles. All TFT Handlines accept the FJ-H low-expansion or the FJ-HMX multi-expansion foam attachments .
H-2BLITZ HANDLINE PLAYPIPE 2.5" NH (65mm) - Smallest, most compact nozzle/ playpipe combination available for use on 2.5" (65mm) or 3" (75mm) lines. 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” pattern, and “Gasket Grabber” inlet screen. Lightweight hardcoat anodized aluminum materials for maximum resistance to corrosion and wear. Nozzle is attached to valve and is not removable. Rubber coated handles are designed to reduce fatigue. 2.5" NH (65mm) rocker lug full-time swivel coupling is standard.
10.2 lb ( 4.6 kg)
15.12 " ( 38.4 cm)
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Not at all, nozzles must pass the NFPA Standard 1964/2013 edition (Brand new) You can purchase this standard from the NFPA, I don't have a clue as to the cost
The NFPA Standard is a 2013 edition of STD 1964... The 13 page document covers everything from flow and pressure to durability. It will also say in there somewhere that you should match your nozzles with the discharges of your pump panel color wise, if discharge #1 is RED the nozzle should have a red bail shutoff and if equipped with a pistol grip it should be red also. The nozzle doesn't need this for it to meet the standard when it leaves the mfg. You as the end user will need to do this if you want your apparatus to meet the NFPA standard