Selectable flow nozzle
MULTIFLOW Regular FiberTech

Stainless steel ball valve

Preserves a high quality stream even during a partial opening of the nozzle.

Made of FiberTech® composite material

Lighter and more resistant to corrosion than aluminium alloy or bronze, FiberTech® composite perfectly meets the operational requirements of firefighting.

Powerful narrow sprays

Fine droplets propelled at high speed through machined teeth, ideal for smothering flames and capture energy.

Takes 1/4 turn to change from straight stream to protective spray

Turning the bumper only 1/4 turn allows to select between straight stream, Flash Over stream or max spray.
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PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

MULTIFLOW Regular selectable flow nozzle was designed to optimise the management of water resources. Equipped with sliding ring and tactile marker, the MULTIFLOW nozzle allows the selection of the desired flow rate.

Made of FiberTech composite material, the MULTIFLOW Regular FiberTech nozzle is lighter and more resistant to corrosion than aluminium models.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Type
Selectable flow rate
Weight
2.15 kg
Available models
MultiFlow 400: 70 – 130 – 235 - 400 l/min at 6 bar 1.5'' BSP F
MultiFlow 400: 70 – 130 – 235 - 400 l/min at 6 bar 2'' BSP M
MultiFlow 500: 100 – 250 – 350 - 500 l/min at 6 bar 1.5'' BSP F
Dimensions W x D x H
1.5’’ = 30 x 13 x 25cm
2’’ = 31 x 13 x 25cm
Pressure
6 bar
Available inlets
2'' BSP M
1.5'' BSP F
Material
FiberTech composite
Size
Regular
Valve
stainless steel slide valve
Bumper
polyurethane
Nominal pressure
16 bar

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