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Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH)

Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH)
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH)
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH)
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
  • Akron 1" Black Forestry Fire Nozzle (NPSH) - 1030P
Price: Price: $155.20
Product Status - On Order
Shipping Cost - Free
Ready to Ship - 0
When Will it Ship - When Product Back In Stock
Transit Time - 2-5 Days When Back In Stock
Eligible for Express Shipping - No
Stock Levels Updated 1/18/2022

    Item Number - 1030P
    Weight - 0.60 Lbs

    Quantity:
    • Made in the USA
    • Material - Pyrolite
    • Size - 1.0 inch
    • Threads - NPSH
    • This nozzle will only connect to a 1.0" NPSH hose
    • Approximate Gallons Per Minute (GPM) - 10 - 30
    • Operating Pressure - 100 psi
    • Positions - Fog, straight stream and off

    Applications

    • Firefighting - Wildland Forestry

    The Akron Brass dual gallonage nozzle style 1030 is a lightweight dual flow nozzle with an adjustable pattern. The nozzle shall have a rated pressure of 100 psi and a maximum operating pressure of 200 psi with dual flow settings of 10 gpm in straight stream and narrow fog and 30 gpm in straight stream and narrow fog. The nozzle shall have a one piece solid polymer pattern sleeve, Pyrolite inlet and 1 Year Warranty.

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    1" Male Hose

    • Inside diameter of a male hose - 1 inch
    • Outside diameter of a male NH / NST adapter - 1.375 inches (8 Threads per inch)
    • Outside diameter a male NPSH or NPT adapter - 1.295 inches (11.5 Threads per inch)