Automatic nozzle with trigger
TRIGGERFLOW Regular

Enhanced ergonomics

Natural position of hands, which facilitates the control of the nozzle and its movements.

Intuitive

Progressive opening and closing of the slide valve through a large trigger.

Double Jet Flash Over

Double Jet Flash Over at different angles to operate at a short or long distance.

Enhanced security

Automatic closing of the nozzle in case of a fall during its use, and protection of the hand and the trigger by a large sized removable bridge.
Product features
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PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Ideal for Pulsing, TRIGGERFLOW Regular nozzle brings a revolution to the firefighting area. Its design makes it safer, more intuitive and more ergonomic.

One hand holds the nozzle and controls the flow rate with the fingertips, and the other hand manages the jet pattern and will withstand the recoil force if necessary. A complete control of the nozzle without the need to move the hands!

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Type
Automatic
Weight
2.45kg
Available models
TriggerFlow 400: 0 - 400 l/min @ 6 bar 2'' BSP M
TriggerFlow 400: 0 - 400 l/min @ 6 bar 1.5'' BSP F
TriggerFlow 500: 0 - 500 l/min @ 6 bar 1.5'' BSP F
Dimensions W x D x H
1.5’’ = 33 x 10 x 22cm
2’’ = 33 x 10 x 22cm
Pressure
6 bar
Available inlets
2'' BSP M
1.5'' BSP F
Material
Hard anodised aluminium
Size
Regular
Valve
stainless steel slide valve
Bumper
polyurethane
Nominal pressure
16 bar
Special features
Flow rate control by trigger and double jet for attack

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