- Less risk of pollution
- No internal access required for rinsing
- Encourages timely and thorough cleaning out
- Minimum downtime
TR2 nozzles operate at flow rates of at least 50 litres/min and minimal pressure.
Rotor and boss are molded in polypropylene/acetyl. Spindle, nut and washer are stainless steel. End load is carried by a nylon thrust washer.
Two nozzles mounted under the tank roof are usually adequate for tanks up to 2500 litres, depending on tank shape. Suspending the nozzles up to 30 cm below the tank roof dramatically increases wash radius, allowing tanks of 5000 litres or more to be rinsed by two nozzles. More can be installed provided each is supplied with at least 50 l/min. Wash pattern covers an arc from 15 to 120 degrees from the vertical up axis, allowing flexibility in mounting position relative to the tank roof. The threaded boss can either be bulkhead fitted, passing through the roof with external plumbing, or be connected to plumbing fixed inside the tank.
The 1″ diameter threaded boss incorporates wrench flats and is available in either BSP(M) or NPT(M) thread options. The BSP(M) version accepts flat seal fittings and can be supplied with backnut, 90 deg. hosetail and rubber washers ready to accept a 1″ hose.
An extension pipe is available to suspend the nozzle 300 mm below the tank roof, the optimum position to maximize rinsate throw while still cleaning the overhead area directly above the nozzle. The nozzle is connected via a coupler at the lower end. The top end can pass through the tank roof and be fixed by two backnuts with enough thread to attach a hosetail fitting on the outside. This avoids the potential rinse shadows created by locating feed plumbing inside the tank.