“A fire stream can be defined as a stream of water or other extinguishing agent after it leaves the fire hose and nozzle until it reaches the desired point. During the time a fire stream of water passes through space, it is influenced by its velocity, gravity, wind, and friction with the air. The condition of the stream when it leaves the nozzle is influenced by operating pressures, nozzle design, nozzle adjustment, and the condition of the nozzle orifice.” -IFSTA Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook Chapter 7 – Fire Hose Nozzles and Flow Rates
The 32oz Stack Tips BPA Free Water Bottle is leak-proof, dishwasher safe, and BPA/BPS/phthalate free. The bottle resists stains and will not retain odors. The wide opening allows you to easily add ice. Tip sizes, GPMs and PSIs are straight from the Akron Brass cheat sheet.
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