LIH-020

LIH-020
HANDLINE &
Maintenance and Service Procedure
For Nozzles with: Serial # TFT-H465101 and over
or Manufactured after 12/01/2003
INTRODUCTION
TASK FORCE TIPS AUTOMATIC: The nozzle you have purchased is your primary
tool in the battle against fire. It has been manufactured with great care to give you
the finest performance possible. All components are of top quality and extremely
rugged. With regular inspection and attention it will serve you for many years.
This publication is intended for those who prefer to perform service on their own
equipment. Factory service is available and encouraged, and in most cases,
seldom exceeds 24 hours one day in our facility. Factory serviced equipment is
serviced by experienced workmen and fully tested before being returned. Repair
charges for non-warranty items are usually minimal and all serviced equipment is
promptly returned functioning to original specifications. Task Force Tips assumes
no liability, expressed or implied for damage to equipment or injury to personnel
that is a result of user service. IMPORTANT: After any maintenance or service,
always check nozzle for proper operation per INSPECTION CHECKLIST and flow
characteristics in “MANUAL: HAND-HELD AUTOMATIC NOZZLES” (LIN-030).
GENERAL INFORMATION
TOOLS REQUIRED
The following tools are required for general service to the nozzle:
3/32, 1/8, 7/32 and 5/16 Allen wrenches
Dow #112 Lube/sealant
Loctite #271 thread locking adhesive
oxyacetylene torch
razor knife
Additional tools needed to service the shaper are:
strap wrench
vise with padded jaws
Handline / Dual-Force shaper removal clamp
(special tool TFT #THM-502)
Additional tools needed to service the pressure control are:
dental pick
two small probes, approximately 3/32 dia (such as a drill bit)
drill press, 17 inch opening
THREADED JOINTS: have been secured using Loctite® #271 thread locking adhesive. Disassembly requires a minimal application of heat with an oxyacetylene torch
to break the bond. The threads should be heated to approximately 450 F. Excessive
heat application will cause damage to adjacent seals and labels. Replacement parts
must be reinstalled using Loctite® #271, or equivalent. Small vials of Loctite® #271
for field service are available; order Part # V5010, (Loctite® #271 - Mini Dispenser).
LUBRICANTS: If parts are disassembled in an area where O-rings are present,
reassemble using DOW #112 Lube on all O-rings and surfaces that the O-rings
contact. Call Dow Corning® Corp. at 800-447-4700 for the name of your nearest
distributor. The lube is also available through TFT as item number VSA-101. If the
nozzle is not disassembled refer to Field Lubrication Procedure Section (on back).
LABEL REPLACEMENT: If labels become damaged, remove old labels with a razor knife. Remove adhesive with acetone or methyl ethyl ketone. Surface must be
clean, dry and free from grease. Carefully apply new label.
ORDERING PARTS: Always specify the serial number of the nozzle when ordering
parts. The serial number is found on the back of the nozzle next to the coupling.
Be sure to use complete DESCRIPTION and ORDER #, as printed on parts list. All
requests for couplings must specify thread size. Pricing information will be given
at time of order. Parts and Repair Kits may be purchased on-line at www.tft.com
BACK END
COUPLING AND BASE SERVICE PROCEDURE
TOOLS REQUIRED
1/8, 5/16 Allen(hex) wrench
Loctite #271 thread locking adhesive
oxyacetylene torch
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GENERAL: Occasional replacement of hose gaskets is recommended. Replace
GASKET GRABBER [13c or 3b] if severe impact has caused damage. Coupling
service kits which include all hardware and Loctite® #271 are available for all standard 1.5” or 2.5” couplings. Special configurations or model changes to a nozzle
can be made by selecting the desired coupling or base. Couplings with special
or standard threads are interchangeable and may be exchanged on new nozzles.
Please specify desired threads when ordering.
COUPLING AND BLITZ BASE REMOVAL: All couplings and blitz bases are retained with a ball race and set screw. Heat and then remove the ¼”-28 SOCKET
SET SCREW [5c, or 1b] from the coupling using a 1/8” Allen wrench. Turn coupling
so that hole faces down and rotate coupling back and forth to allow 3/16” STAINLESS STEEL BALLS [4b, 15c or 5b] to drop out. When all the balls are out of the
groove, the coupling can be removed. Remove GASKET GRABBER/ debris screen
[13c, or 3b] from the coupling.
NOTE: On couplings [6c, 9c, 11c and 12c] and Base [2b], O-RING 141 [14c and
4b] will be found adjacent to the GASKET GRABBER [13c, or 3b]. On coupling [2c],
O-RING 151 [3c] is used. Replace and grease the proper O-Ring before installing
the coupling.
COUPLING AND BLITZ BASE INSTALLATION: Insert the GASKET GRABBER/
debris screen [13c, or 3b] into the coupling, raised end pointing toward the front of
the nozzle. Put the coupling onto the mating part and load the correct number of
balls into the ball groove (SEE PARTS LIST ON EXPLODED VIEW OF NOZZLE
TO DETERMINE CORRECT NUMBER OF STAINLESS STEEL BALLS [4c, 15b
or 5b] FOR YOUR COUPLING). Insertion of the balls is easier if the coupling is rotated slightly back and forth as the balls are loaded. Apply Loctite® #271 and install
proper ¼”-28 SOCKET SET SCREW [5c, or 1b]. The set screw should be flush with
the surface of the coupling. If the coupling is difficult to turn, or feels rough when
turned, the set screw is in too far. Back set screw off a turn or so and try again. If the
feel is still not correct, recheck the number of balls in the coupling. On TIP ONLY
COUPLINGS and BLITZ BASES run the screw into the slot on the ball groove until
it bottoms out without applying pressure.
TIP ONLY BASE SERVICE: The TIP ONLY BASE [8b] is attached to the TIP ONLY
BARREL ASSEMBLY [7f ] by a threaded joint which is retained by Loctite® #271.
Apply heat to the knurled rib nearest the front of the nozzle. Damage to seals and
labels can be reduced by protecting them with a wet cloth. The TIP ONLY BASE [8b]
can now be unscrewed. Remove and replace O-RING 143 [9b]. Clean all threads,
apply Loctite® #271 to threads and screw together.
TWIST TYPE VALVE SERVICE PROCEDURE
STO SLEEVE SERVICE: To remove the STO SLEEVE [14b], first heat and remove
the CAM SCREWS [15b] and DETENT SCREWS [16b]. The detent screws contain
SPRINGS [18b] and BALLS [17b]. Then, STO SLEEVE [14b] can be slid off. Service to interior STO valve should be done prior to reinstalling STO sleeve. Inspect
O-RINGS [19b] and replace if damaged. Installation is reverse of removal. Before
reassembly, grease O-Rings. Clean screw threads and apply Loctite® #271.
STO VALVE SERVICE: Heat the back end of the STO BASE [20b] with a torch and
unscrew the STO TAIL PIECE [11b]. The STO SLIDER [13b] may now be removed.
Inspect and replace any damaged O-RINGS [9b, and 12b]. Grease O-Rings, clean
threads and use Loctite® #271 upon reassembly. Refer to SLIDE VALVE SERVICE
PROCEDURE for Valve Plug Replacement, Valve Shutoff Adjustment, and Valve
Adjustment for Severe Cold.
SLIDE VALVE SERVICE PROCEDURE
Tools Required:
3/32” Allen (hex) wrench
7/32” Allen (hex) wrench
5/16” Allen wrench Ball End
Flat Screw Driver
Mallet
DOW #112 Lube
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BOLT-ON PISTOL GRIP REMOVAL: PISTOL GRIP [19v] is held on by a SOCKET
HEAD CAP SCREW [21v]. Remove screw with a 5/16” Ball Driver Allen wrench. To
reinstall, clean thread and apply Loctite® #271. Tighten screw to 95 in-lbs.
VALVE PLUG REPLACEMENT: After removing back end, VALVE PLUG [17v, 10b,
or 24b] is removed by pulling straight back. New valve plug can be installed using
a mallet.
VALVE SHUTOFF ADJUSTMENT: Shutoff valve is adjusted by the threads between the valve body and the front end of the nozzle. While holding the VALVE
HANDLE [3v] against stops in the OFF position, screw front end into the valve body
until contact is made with the VALVE PLUG [17v]. Open handle to ON position to
remove contact. Screw the front end in 1/12 turn further to give the valve shutoff
compression. Thread in both SET SCREWS [12v] until they bottom out, without
applying pressure. In an alternating fashion continue turning in set screws until tight.
BARREL CONE ASSEMBLY SERVICE: This assembly is permanent and cannot
be taken apart. Check to ensure that the flush spring is not damaged by pushing
down on the Barrel Cone with both hands (about 50 lbs force). The Barrel Cone
Assembly should be replaced if the Barrel Cone does not push down or spring back
up by itself. Lightly grease the CAM GROOVES before re-installing the SHAPER
GUIDE.
SHAPER INSTALLATION: Install 336 O-RING [9f] in front groove of SHAPER
[10f]. Grease the seal and ball groove heavily. Place (48) 13/16” ACETAL BALLS
[8f] into greased ball groove. Apply Loctite® #271 to male thread on SHAPER
GUIDE [4f, or 5f]. Start shaper onto SHAPER GUIDE threads. Place three SHAPER
GUIDE BALLS [3f] into the grooves on barrel and screw down shaper until threads
bottom out.
PRESSURE CONTROL SERVICE PROCEDURE
VALVE ADJUSTMENT FOR SEVERE COLD: To help prevent hose line freezing
in cold climates, the valve may be adjusted for intentional leakage by unscrewing
the front end slightly. The valve may then be returned to normal adjustment for
complete shut off during warm weather as stated above.
Tools Required:
1/4 Allen wrench (10” Long)
1/4 Allen wrench (regular length)
Mallet
SLIDE VALVE DISASSEMBLY SEQUENCE
PRESSURE CONTROL REPLACEMENT: The pressure control may be removed
and replaced as a unit by following the procedure in the PRESSURE CONTROL
REMOVAL and INSTALLATION AND INITIAL OPENING ADJUSTMENT sections.
HANDLE REMOVAL: Remove both BUTTON HEAD CAP SCREWS [6v] from
VALVE HANDLE [3v] using a 7/32” Allen wrench. Slide CAM and SAFETY PINS
[4v and 5v] out of handle by gently prying about 3/8” apart the handle and the valve
body using a flat screw driver. To remove the handle, pull upwards while containing
the DETENT BALLS [7v] and SPRINGS [8v] to prevent their loss. Service to interior
valve parts should be done prior to reinstalling handle.
SLIDER AND SEAL REMOVAL: Remove #10-32 x ¼” SOCKET SET SCREWS
[12v] from the VALVE ASSEMBLY [11v] using a 3/32” Allen wrench. Unscrew front
portion of nozzle from valve. SLIDER [15v] can now be pulled out from the front of
valve. Remove and inspect O-RINGS [13v, 14v and 16v]. Replace O-Rings if they
are damaged.
SLIDE VALVE ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE
SLIDER AND SEAL INSTALLATION: Insert O-RINGS [13v, 14v and 16v] into
the proper grooves in the valve body. Check SLIDER [15v] for any raised metal at
groove area. Replace if necessary. Lubricate O-Rings and slider with DOW #112
Lube. Push slider into the valve body.
HANDLE INSTALLATION: Insert DETENT SPRINGS [8v] and DETENT BALLS
[7v] into the handle lugs. While holding balls in place, snap the HANDLE [3v] into
place with offset holes FORWARD. Carefully align the groove on SLIDER [15v] with
offset hole in VALVE DISCS [9v] and with offset hole in handle. Slide SAFETY PIN
[5v] into offset hole in handle. Push down into engagement with groove in slider,
until head of pin is flush with handle. Repeat procedure for CAM PIN [4v]. Insert
BUTTON HEAD SCREWS [6v] through the lower handle holes. Thread each into
corresponding center trunnion hole. Tighten HANDLE SCREWS [6v] securely with
a torque value of 100 in-lbs (11.3 N m). Handle should click firmly and smoothly into
all detent positions and the slider should move back and forth smoothly. The force
to move handle should be between 5 lbs and 13 lbs applied at top center of handle.
FRONT END
SHELL SERVICE PROCEDURE
SHAPER REMOVAL: The rubber bumper is permanently bonded onto the stream
shaper as a single unit referred to as the SHAPER [10f]. The shaper is attached
to the SHAPER GUIDE [4f, or 5f] by a threaded joint that is retained by Loctite®
#271. Grip rear portion of the nozzle in a vise with padded jaws, or clamp SHAPER
GUIDE [4f, or 5f] using TFT special tool TH502 held in a vise. Direct a hot narrow
flame around the rear portion of the shaper and heat for approximately 20 seconds.
Damage to BUMPER [10f] and LABELS [1f, 2f, or 6f] can be reduced by protecting
them with a wet cloth. Use a strap wrench to unscrew the shaper from the shaper
guide. Remove the shaper. Inside the shaper are (48) 13/16” ACETAL BALLS [8f],
some of which may fall free as the Shaper is removed. If Shaper is to be reused,
clean ball track and replace 336 O-RING [9f] if damaged.
SERVICE TO CAM GROOVES AND BALLS: When Shaper is removed, check
to see if the stream shaping GUIDE BALLS [3f] and CAM GROOVES [7f - part of
BARREL CONE ASSEMBLY] are damaged. Replace Balls if sheared or missing. If
the CAM GROOVES are badly damaged, the BARREL CONE ASSEMBLY should
also be replaced.
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NOTICE: The Pressure Control Unit is part of the BARREL ASSEMBLY [7f]. This
unit is factory calibrated and sealed. Service on this unit is best performed at the factory using special tooling and equipment. In the unlikely event that this unit should
need service, it is highly recommended that you return the complete nozzle to the
factory for repairs OR replace the entire PRESSURE CONTROL UNIT. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE PRESSURE CONTROL UNIT! Task Force Tips
will assume NO liability for damage or injury resulting from attempts to disassemble
or repair the Pressure Control Unit.
PRESSURE CONTROL REMOVAL: To remove the CONTROL UNIT first separate
the front end from the nozzle, then remove the VALVE PLUG (106, 24b or 17v).
Loosen and remove the shaft locking SCREW (1p) with a 3/16 allen wrench. Insert
a 7/32 Allen wrench into the front of the shaft and screw the shaft out of the barrel
assembly. LOCKING SLEEVE (2p) is removed by pushing it forward and out of
BARREL ASSEMBLY (7f) with a punch. Note: LOCKING SLEEVE may require light
tapping with a hammer to remove.
PRESSURE CONTROL INSTALLATION AND INITIAL OPENING ADJUSTMENT:
To install the CONTROL UNIT, lightly grease I.D. and O.D. of locking sleeve and
also threads of the screw. Place LOCKING SLEEVE (2p) with hollow end forward
onto back of shaft, thread finger tight. Note: If old LOCKING SLEEVE is reused it
may require light tapping with a hammer and punch to install. Screw CONTROL
UNIT (with pressure control parts installed) into barrel assembly. Insert a 7/32 Allen
wrench into front of shaft and turn in until baffle just touches BARREL CONE (7f)
then turn back between ½ and 3/4 of a turn (opening gap of .026/.036 inches or
.66/.91mm). Keep Allen wrench in shaft to assure that shaft doesn’t turn and tighten
screw against locking sleeve, to approximately 180 in-lbs.
IMPORTANT: Always flow test after adjusting. Nozzle pressure and flow requirements are shown on the following table:
INITIAL OPENING at 40 PSI (2.8 BAR)
FLOW (MIN)
FLOW (MAX)
38 GPM
58 GPM
(144L/MIN)
(204 L/MIN)
100 PSI MODEL
75 PSI MODEL
Opening Gap (REF)
.026/.036in
(.66/.91mm)
NOZZLE PRESSURE NOZZLE PRESSURE
AT 95 GPM
AT 250 GPM
85 PSI +/- 6
99 PSI +/- 6
60 PSI +/- 6
80 PSI +/- 6
DUAL-FORCE KNOB REMOVAL: To remove the DUAL-FORCE KNOB [8p] from
the BAFFLE [4p]:
1) Turn knob to standard setting.
2) Turn the SHAPER [10f] back to full flush.
3) Insert a small probe (such as a 1/16” drill bit) into the smaller of the two holes on
top of the knob.
4) Simultaneously push down with probe while turning knob clockwise (when
viewed from the front). Once knob turns a little, the probe may be removed.
5) Turn knob clockwise until it hits a stop. (about 25 degrees).
6) Pull knob to remove from baffle.
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DUAL-FORCE KNOB INSTALLATION:
1) Place the label (HXD752) into the knob (HXD560).
STANDARD
36,
2) Add o-ring (VO-005) to o-ring groove on top of the baffle (HXD561) and groove.
5) Push down on Compression Spring and Torlon Ball and twist the Knob counterclockwise till it clicks in place.
LOW
35(6685(
4) Install the Compression Spring (VM4195) and Torlon Ball (VB156TO).
LOW
35(6685(
3) Place the knob onto the Baffle fully.
STANDARD
36,
6) Check for smooth operation between standard and low pressure settings.
PROBLEMS:
If you have any questions or problems, please call for assistance.
(800) 348-2686 • (219) 462-6161 • FAX (219) 464-0620
TASK FORCE TIPS INC. - www.tft.com
HXD752 Label
HXD560 Knob
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
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EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LISTS
1c
5c
2c
3c
4c
2-1/2"
ROCKER LUG
5c
6c
BRITISH
INSTANTAEOUS
INDEX
1c
2c
3c
4c
5c
6c
7c
8c
9c
10c
11c
12c
13c
To 2-1/2
BLITZ BASE
ONLY
7c
8c
5c
9c
STORZ
10c
5c
11c
14c
15c
1-1/2" FULL-TIME
ROCKER LUG 1c
DESCRIPTION
2.5" HOSE GASKET
2.5" ROCKER LUG COUPLING
O-RING-151
3/16 SS BALLS
1/4-28X3/8 SOCKET SET
2.5" BIC COUPLING
52 MM STORZ COUPLING
O-RING-134
2.0" BSP MALE SWIVEL
1.5" COUPLING GASKET
1.5" ROCKER LUG COUPLING
2.5" ROCKER LUG COUPLING
1.5" HARD GASKET GRABBER
SINGLE
DUAL FORCE
O-RING-141
3/16 SS BALLS
QTY
1
1
1
48
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
38
PART #
V3190
P197
VO-151
V2120
VT25-28SS250
H687
H686
VO-134
H685
V3130
H694
P198
H730-60D
HD730-60D
VO-141
V2120
13c
14c
5c
2-1/2" LOCKOUT
ROCKER LUG
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12c
15c
To ALL BASE and
SLIDE VALVE PARTS
(except 2-1/2 Blitz Base)
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From 2-1/2
ROCKER LUG
1.5
”B
LIT
1b
2.5
Z
”B
LIT
2b
Z
3b
4b
From ALL
COUPLINGS
(except 2-1/2
ROCKER LUG)
5b
1b
6b
MO
DE
4b
LV
5b
PG
7b
1b
MO
DE
LT
.O.
OPTIONAL
PLAYPIPE
PARTS
4b
5b
8b
MO
DE
LS
.T.O
.
To
SLIDE
VALVE
PARTS
9b
15b
10b
11b
18b
9b
12b
13b
To
PISTOL GRIP
PART SET
(see Slide
Valve Parts)
21b
16b
22b
17b
23b
14b
To
FRONT
END
SHELL
19b
20b
23b
9b
24b
BASES, TIP ONLY and TWIST TYPE
#
1b
2b
3b
DESCRIPTION
QTY PART #
1/4-28 X 3/8 SOCKET SET SCREW
1
VT25-28SS375
2.5" BLITZ BASE
1
H675
1.5" HARD GASKET GRABBER
1
H730-60D
1
HD730-60D
4b O-RING-141
1
VO-141
5b 3/16 SS BALLS
37 V2120
6b 1.5" BLITZ BASE
1
H674
7b PISTOL GRIP BODY - LONG
1
H692
8b TIP ONLY BASE
1
H670
9b O-RING-143
2
VO-143
10b TIP ONLY PLUG
1
HX591
11b TAIL PIECE - STO
1
HD662
12b O-RING-132
1
VO-132
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#
13b
14b
15b
16b
17b
18b
19b
20b
21b
22b
23b
24b
4
DESCRIPTION
QTY PART#
SLIDER - STO
1
HD660
SLEEVE - STO
1
HD668
CAM SCREW
2
HD780
DETENT SCREW
2
HD785
3/16" TORLON BALL
2
V2120-TORLON
DETENT SPRING - STO
2
VM4200
QUAD-RING-039
2
VOQ-4039
BASE - STO
1
HD665
OFF LABEL - RED
1
HD755
ON LABEL - BLUE
1
HD750
10-32 X 1/4 SET SCREW-ND PATCH
2
VT10Y32SS250
VALVE PLUG - STO
1
HXD591
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PLAYPIPE HANDLE
1h
2h
#
1h
2h
3h
4h
5h
3h
4h
From
BLITZ
BASES
DESCRIPTION
QTY PART#
1/4-20 SS ACORN NUT
8
VT25E20AC
WASHER
8
VW500X265-63
1/4-20 X 2 STUD FULL THREAD
4
VT25-20ST2.0
PLAYPIPE HANDLE
2
P220
BLITZ BRACKET
4
H676
5h
To
SLIDE
VALVE
PARTS
1v
2v
SLIDE VALVE
3v
4v
6v
5v
8v
SERIAL NUMBER
7v
10v
From
COUPLINGS
BASES
9v
12v
13v
14v
To
LONG
GRIP
(VPG)
# DESCRIPTION
QTY PART#
1v 8-32 X 3/8 BH CAP SCREW
4
VT08-E32BH375
2v VALVE HANDLE COVER
2
HM625-BLK
3v VALVE HANDLE
1
HX620
4v CAM PIN
1
HX630
5v SAFETY PIN
1
HX635
6v 3/8-24 X 3/4 BUTTON HEAD SCREW
2
VT37E24BH750
7v DETENT BALL
2
VB243TO
8v DETENT SPRING
2
HM770
9v DISC
2
HX640
10v 3/8-24 HEX JAM NUT
2
VT37-24JNT
11v VALVE BODY
1
HX600
12v 10-32 X 1/4 SET SCREW-ND PATCH
2
VT10Y32SS250
13v QUAD-RING 326
1
VOQ-4326
14v QUAD-RING 225
1
VOQ-4225
15v SLIDER
1
H660
16v O-RING 143
1
VO-143
17v VALVE PLUG
1
HX590
18v GRIP SPACER
1
HM693-H
19v PISTOL GRIP - BLACK
1
HM692-BLK
20v WASHER
1
VM4901
21v15v
3/8-16 X 1" SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW
1
VT37-16SH1.0
16v
11v
17v
18v
19v
To
FRONT
END
SHELL
20v
21v
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SHELL FRONT END
#
2f
3f
4f
6f
From
SLIDE VALVE
T.O. and
S.T.O.
DESCRIPTION
NAME LABEL HANDLINE - 100 PSI
NAME LABEL HANDLINE - 75 PSI
NAME LABEL DUAL-FORCE 100/55 PSI
NAME LABEL DUAL-FORCE 75/45 PSI
3f GUIDE BALLS
4f SHAPER GUIDE
6f BARREL LABEL - SINGLE PRESS
DUAL-FORCE
7f BARREL ASSEMBLY - HANDLINE
8f 3/16" BALLS
9f O-RING 336
10f SHAPER WITH BUMPER
QTY
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
48
1
1
PART#
HX745
HX745L
HXD745
HXD745L
VB344TO
HXD510
H740
HD740
HX850-KIT
V2115
VO-336
H500
2f
7f
8f
9f
10f
1p
From
FRONT
END
SHELL
2p
To
PRESSURE
CONTROL
PARTS
4p
6p
7p
8p
9p
10p
3p
5p
For
SINGLE
PRESSURE
HANDLINE
For
DUAL-FORCE
PRESSURE CONTROL
#
1p
2p
3p
4p
5p
6p
7p
8p
9p
10p
DESCRIPTION
5/16-18 X 3/4 SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW
LOCKING SLEEVE
PRESSURE CONTROL ASSEMBLY
HANDLINE 100 PSI
HANDLINE 75 PSI
PRESSURE CONTROL ASSEMBLY
DUAL FORCE 100/55 PSI
DUAL-FORCE 75/45 PSI
O-RING 005
SPRING
5/32” TORLON BALL
KNOB LABEL - 100 PSI STANDARD
KNOB LABEL - 75 PSI STANDARD/LOW
KNOB
DOME PLUG
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QTY PART#
1
VT31-18SH750
1
HX571
1
1
HX840-KIT
HX840-75-KIT
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
HXD840-KIT
HXDL840-KIT
VO-005
VM4195
VB156TO
HXD752
HXD752L
HXD560
VM4124
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DANGER
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY CODE
The member companies of FEMSA that provide emergency response
equipment and services want responders to know and understand the
following:
1. Firefighting and Emergency Response are inherently dangerous activities
requiring proper training in their hazards and the use of extreme caution
at all times.
2. It is your responsibility to read and understand any user’s instructions,
including purpose and limitations, provided with any piece of equipment
you may be called upon to use.
3. It is your responsibility to know that you have been properly trained in
Firefighting and /or Emergency Response and in the use, precautions, and
care of any equipment you may be called upon to use.
4. It is your responsibility to be in proper physical condition and to maintain
the personal skill level required to operate any equipment you may be
called upon to use.
5. It is your responsibility to know that your equipment is in operable
condition and has been maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
6. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in death, burns or other
severe injury.
FEMSA
©Copyright Task Force Tips, Inc. 2003 - 2010
Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Service Association
P.O. Box 147, Lynnfield, MA 01940 • www.FEMSA.org
LIH-020 September 25, 2010 Rev06
WARRANTY
Task Force Tips, Inc., 3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-9327 (“TFT”) warrants to the original purchaser of its Ultimatic,
Mid-Matic, and Handline series nozzles (“equipment”), and to anyone to whom it is transferred, that the equipment shall be free from
defects in material and workmanship during the five (5) year period from the date of purchase.
TFT’s obligation under this warranty is specifically limited to replacing or repairing the equipment (or its parts) which are shown by
TFT’s examination to be in a defective condition attributable to TFT. To qualify for this limited warranty, the claimant must return the
equipment to TFT, at3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-9327, within a reasonable time after discovery of the defect.
TFT will examine the equipment. If TFT determines that there is a defect attributable to it, TFT will correct the problem within a
reasonable time. If the equipment is covered by this limited warranty, TFT will assume the expenses of repair.
If any defect attributable to TFT under this limited warranty cannot be reasonably cured by repair or replacement, TFT may elect to
refund the purchase price of the equipment, less reasonable depreciation, in complete discharge of its obligations under this limited
warranty. If TFT makes this election, claimant shall return the equipment to TFT free and clear of any liens and encumbrances.
This is a limited warranty. The original purchaser of the equipment, any person to whom it is transferred, and any person who is
an intended or unintended beneficiary of the equipment, shall not be entitled to recover from TFT any consequential or incidental
damages for injury to person and/or property resulting from any defective equipment manufactured or assembled by TFT. It is agreed
and understood that the price stated for the equipment is in part consideration for limiting TFT’s liability. Some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.
TFT shall have no obligation under this limited warranty if the equipment is, or has been, misused or neglected (including failure to
provide reasonable maintenance) or if there have been accidents to the equipment or if it has been repaired or altered by someone
else.
THIS IS A LIMITED EXPRESS WARRANTY ONLY. TFT EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS WITH RESPECT TO THE EQUIPMENT
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. THERE IS NO WARRANTY OF ANY NATURE MADE BY TFT BEYOND THAT STATED IN THIS DOCUMENT.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
We appreciate the opportunity of serving you and making your job easier. If you have any problems or questions, our toll-free
“Hydraulics Hotline”, 800-348-2686, is normally available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Visit www.tft.com. Go to Literature, Service Procedures and then
Service Poster to view a full-size version of this booklet.
TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.
MADE IN USA • www.tft.com
©Copyright Task Force Tips, Inc. 2003 - 2010
3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, IN 46383-9327 USA
800-348-2686 • 219- 462-6161 • Fax 219-464-7155
LIH-020 September 25, 2010 Rev06
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