LIB-205 - Task Force Tips

LIB-205 - Task Force Tips
MANUAL: Ice-Control
Anti-icing & Deicing Nozzles
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Read instruction manual before use. Operation of this nozzle without understanding the manual
and receiving proper training can be dangerous and is a misuse of this equipment. Call 1-800348-2686 or 1-219-462-6161 with any questions.
NOTICE
This instruction manual is intended to familiarize ground support crew and maintenance
personnel with the operation, servicing and safety procedures associated with TFT ice-control
nozzles.
NOTICE
This manual should be kept available to all operating and maintenance personnel.
FIGURE 3
FIGURE 2
BH-HT-PD Series
BGH-HT-PD Series
S TRE A M
F OG
F LUS H
FIGURE 1
BER Series
FIGURE 5
FIGURE 4
BGH-HT Series
BGH-HT-IF Series
TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.
MADE IN USA • www.tft.com
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BH-HT Series
BH-HT-IF Series
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Note: These nozzles, while regularly used for ice control, have been modified to meet the
needs of the individual aviation customers by their specifications and requirements. As
modified firefighting nozzles, Task Force Tips relies on these specifications presented
by the users, and does not independently test, confirm, or warrant, the suitability of any
particular nozzle for an application. It is the responsibility of the end user to specify the
flows, pressures, and configurations to meet their requirement and application.
1.0 MEANING OF SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS .................... 3
2.0 GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................ 4
2.1 VARIOUS MODELS AND TERMS......................... 4-5
3.0 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS.......................................... 6
3.1 TRAJECTORY CHARTS ......................................... 7
3.1.1 ANTI-ICING NOZZLES ................................. 7
3.1.2
DEICING NOZZLES ................................. 8
3.1.3
ELECTRIC REMOTE NOZZLES .............. 9
4.0 NOZZLE CONTROLS .................................................. 10
4.1 FLOW CONTROLS ................................................ 10
4.1.1 LEVER TYPE FLOW CONTROL ................ 10
4.1.2
ELECTRIC REMOTE NOZZLE ............... 10
4.2 PATTERN AND FLUSH CONTROL........................ 10
4.2.1 PATTERN CONTROL................................. 10
4.2.1.1 MANUAL PATTERN CONTROL ...... 10
4.2.1.2 ELECTRIC PATTERN CONTROL ... 10
4.2.2
FLUSH CONTROL.................................. 10
4.2.2.1 MANUAL CONTROL ....................... 10
4.2.2.2 ELECTRIC CONTROL .................... 10
5.0 USE OF ICE-CONTROL NOZZLES .............................11
6.0 FIELD INSPECTION .................................................... 12
7.0 PARTS LIST ................................................................ 13
7.1 ICE-CONTROL NOZZLE VALVED MODELS ... 13-14
7.2 ICE-CONTROL NOZZLE ELECTRIC MODEL . 15-16
7.3 12-24V ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY W/PLUG .......... 17
7.4 24-36V ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY ......................... 18
8.0 ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ............................ 19
9.0 INSPECTION CHECKLIST .......................................... 19
10.0 WARRANTY ............................................BACK COVER
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1.0 MEANING OF SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS
A safety related message is identified by a safety alert symbol and a signal word to indicate the level of risk involved with a particular
hazard. Per ANSI standard Z535.6-2011, the definitions of the four signal words are as follows:
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor
or moderate injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
2.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
Task Force Tips ice-control nozzles have been specifically designed to apply water, glycol or water/glycol based ice-control fluids
to aircraft exterior surfaces at fluid temperatures up to 210° F (99° C). The proper use of deicing agents aids ground support
professionals in the removal of ice from aircraft fuselage, landing gear and wing surfaces. The proper use of anti-icing agents aids
ground support professionals in their efforts to prevent ice and snow from adhering to the wings of aircraft. This may extend holdover
times. These nozzles are only part of a complete ice-control system. Suitability of a particular nozzle for applying deicing or anti-icing
fluids must be determined by the end user of the nozzle.
Valved ice-control nozzles have:
• Automatic Pressure Control for optimum reach.
• Slide-Type valve with heat resistant EPDM seat - The valve design controls the flow through the nozzle while minimizing
turbulence that causes shear and degradation of Anti-icing fluids.
• Pattern Control - This nozzle features a “toothless” bumper to reduce turbulence and can be easily adjusted for any
desired spray pattern between a straight stream or wide spray position.
• Pistol Grip - (BGH models only) The pistol grip and flow control handle are insulated to protect the operator from the
high temperatures generated by fluids passing through the nozzle. Color coded pistol grips and valve handle covers
are available from Task Force Tips, Inc. in black (standard), green, red, blue, orange, yellow, pink, purple, tan, gray and
white. All valved nozzles are shipped with black handle covers. All pistol grip style nozzles are shipped with black pistol
grip and a return card which may be returned to request a free color coded pistol grip and valve handle of your choice.
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) G-12E subcommittee, Aircraft Ground Deicing Equipment, has accepted the
following color-coding for deicing and anti-icing fluids.
Deicing Fluid — Red with Yellow Stripe
Anti-icing Fluid — Green with Yellow Stripe
Two pistol grips with the above coding are included with each BGH model nozzle if you wish to follow this practice.
• One-Twist Flushing - Easily flushable while flowing to clear trapped debris.
• Warranty - TFT’s five-year warranty and unsurpassed service with 24-hour factory turnaround time.
Electric remote control ice-control nozzles have:
• Automatic Pressure Control for optimum reach.
• Pattern Control- Electrically operated pattern adjustment, features a “toothless” bumper to reduce turbulence, and can
be easily adjusted for any desired spray pattern between a straight stream or wide spray position.
• Sealed electric motor with easy to use manual override.
• Flush - Easily flushable while flowing to clear trapped debris.
• Swivel connecting coupling for ease of installation.
• Warranty - TFT’s five-year warranty and unsurpassed service with 24-hour factory turnaround time.
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2.1 VARIOUS MODELS AND TERMS
ANTI-ICING NOZZLES - FOR USE WITH ANTI-ICING FLUIDS
MODEL
BER-HT75
BER-HT75-HV
BGH-HT75-PD
BH-HT75
BGH-HT50
BH-HT50
BH-HT50-IF
BGH-HT50-DS
BGH-HT50-PD
BH-HT50
FLOW
RANGE (4)
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
10-60 gpm***
38-227 lpm***
NOMINAL (5)
PRESSURE
75 psi
5 bar
75 psi
5 bar
75 psi
5 bar
75 psi
5 bar
50 psi
3 bar
50psi
3 bar
50psi
3 bar
50 psi
3 bar
50 psi
3 bar
50 psi
3 bar
STANDARD
COUPLING
1.5"-9 NH
VALVED
COVER
FIGURE
1
YES
PATTERN
CONTROL
ELECTRIC
(12-24VDC)
ELECTRIC
(24-36VDC)
MANUAL TWIST
1.5"-9 NH
NO
1.0"-11.5 NPT
1.5"-9 NH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
1.5"-9 NH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
4
1.5"-9 NH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
1.5"-11 NPSH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
1.312"-12 SAE
YES
MANUAL TWIST
4
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
2
1.5"- 9 NH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
NO
1
2
*** CAN BE USED FOR ANTI-ICING FLUIDS WHEN OPERATED BETWEEN 20-30 GPM
(4) CONVERSION - 1 GPM = 3.785 LITERS, (5) CONVERSION - 1 PSI = 0.067 BAR
Table 2.1.1
DE-ICING NOZZLES - FOR USE WITH DE-ICING FLUIDS
MODEL
BER-HT150
BERP-HT150*
BER-HT150-HV
BER-HT1503
BGH-HT100-PD
BH-HT100-PD
BH-HT100-IF
BGH-HT150-PD
BH-HT150-PD
BGH-HT1503PD
FLOW
RANGE (4)
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
20-25 gpm
76-95 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
10-60 gpm
38-227 lpm
20-25 gpm
76-95 lpm
NOMINAL (5)
PRESSURE
150 psi
10 bar
150 psi
10 bar
150 psi
10 bar
150 psi
10 bar
100 psi
7 bar
100 psi
7 bar
100 psi
7 bar
150 psi
10 bar
150 psi
10 bar
150 psi
10 bar
STANDARD
COUPLING
1.5"-9 NH
VALVED
COVER
FIGURE
1
YES
PATTERN
CONTROL
ELECTRIC
(12-24VDC)
ELECTRIC (12-24VDC)
6 PIN CABLE CONNECTION
ELECTRIC
(24-36VDC)
ELECTRIC
(12-24VDC)
MANUAL TWIST
1.5"-9 NH
NO
20-25 gpm
76-95 lpm
1.5"-9 NH
150 psi
10 bar
NO
1.0"-11.5 NPT
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
3
1.5"-11 NPSH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
2
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
3
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
2
NO
1
1
1
2
*NOTE: BERP-HT150 includes electrical plug connection for Task Force Tips, Tornado monitors only.
Table 2.1.2
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COMBINATION NOZZLES - WITH LOW FLOW FIXED GALLONAGE SETTING FOR ANTI-ICING WITH
ANTI-ICING FLUIDS AND HIGH FLOW AUTOMATIC PRESSURE CONTROL SETTING FOR DEICING
WITH DEICING FLUIDS
COMBINATION NOZZLES
MODEL
ANTI-ICING
SETTING (4,5)***
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
20 gpm @ 50psi
76 lpm @ 3 bar
BER-HT120
BER-HT120-HV
BER-HT1501
BER-HT1502
BER-HT1501HV
BGH-HT120-PD
BH-HT120
BGH-HT1502PD
BGH-HT120-IF
BH-HT120-IF
BH-HT120-PD
DEICING
SETTING (4,5)
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
80 gpm @150 psi
303 lpm @ 10 bar
40 gpm @ 150 psi
151 lpm @ 10 bar
80 gpm @150 psi
303 lpm @ 10 bar
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
40 gpm @ 150 psi
151 lpm @ 10 bar
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
80 gpm @120 psi
303 lpm @ 8 bar
STANDARD
COUPLING
1.5"-9 NH
VALVED
COVER
FIGURE
1
YES
PATTERN
CONTROL
ELECTRIC
(12-24VDC)
ELECTRIC
(24-36VDC)
ELECTRIC
(12-24VDC)
ELECTRIC
(12-24 VDC)
ELECTRIC
(24-36VDC)
MANUAL TWIST
1.5"-9 NH
NO
1.5"-9 NH
NO
1.5”-9 NH
NO
1.5"-9 NH
NO
1.0"-11.5 NPT
1.5”-9 NH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
2
1.5"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
4
1.0"-11 NPSH
YES
MANUAL TWIST
5
1.0"-11.5 NPT
YES
MANUAL TWIST
3
NO
1
1
1
1
2
*** CAN BE USED FOR ANTI-ICING FLUIDS WHEN OPERATED BETWEEN 20-30 GPM
(4) CONVERSION - 1 GPM = 3.785 LITERS, (5) CONVERSION - 1 PSI = 0.067 BAR
Table 2.1.3
CAUTION
Mismatched or damaged threads may cause nozzle to leak heated fluid or uncouple from
hose/piping under pressure and could cause injury. Nozzle must be mated to hose/piping with
matched threads.
FLOW
CONTROL
COUPLING
ON
STREAM
SHAPER
OFF
RUBBER
GASKET
COUPLING
PISTOL
GRIP
S T R EA M
MANUAL
OVERRIDE KNOB
F OG
F L U SH
VALVED NOZZLE
and INTEGRAL PISTOL GRIP
STREAM
SHAPER
OVERRIDE
LEVER
NOZZLE WITH ELECTRIC
REMOTE PATTERN CONTROL
FIGURE 2.1 - COMMON MODELS AND TERMS
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3.0 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS
Valved Ice-Control Nozzles
0
240
220
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
Flow (lpm)
200
100
BGH-HT1503
300
400
16
BGH-HT1502
14
BGH-HT150
BH-HT150
12
10
8
6
4
BGH-HT120
BH-HT120
BGH-HT100
BH-HT100
2
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Flow (GPM)
70
80
90
100
110
\excel\tft\booster\ICE-CONTROL_Flow.xls[Valved Nozzles]
Valved Anti-icing Nozzles
0
50
Flow (lpm)
150
200
100
250
300
100
80
BGH-HT75
BH-HT75
60
40
20
0
BGH-HT50
BH-HT50
0
10
20
30
\excel\tft\booster\ICE-CONTROL_Flow.xls[TYPE2 Nozzles]
40
50
Flow (GPM)
60
70
80
90
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Electric Remote Nozzles
280
260
240
220
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
50
100
150
Flow (lpm)
200
250
300
350
400
20
BER-HT1502
BER-HT1503
BER-HT120
BER-HT120-HV
BER-HT1501
BER-HT1501HV
BER-HT150
BER-HT150-HV
15
10
Pressure (bar)
Pressure (psi)
0
5
BER-HT75
BER-HT75-HV
0
0
10
20
30
40
excel\tft\booster\ICE-CONTROL_Flow.xls[Electric Remote Nozzles]
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
Flow (GPM)
FIGURE 3.0 - FLOW CURVES
Friction pressure losses may vary due to differences in hoses/piping construction resulting in flows different than those shown. Flows
can be calculated using conventional hydraulics.
These flow curves are for reference only. User must determine suitability of the stream for the particular purpose for which it is being
used. Such factors as fluid/water ratio, manufacturer of fluid, fluid temperature and equipment used to supply fluid to the nozzle may
produce variation from the flows and pressures shown above.
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3.1 TRAJECTORY CHARTS FOR ICE-CONTROL NOZZLES
3.1.1 ANTI-ICING NOZZLES
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
50 PSI VALVED ANTI-ICING NOZZLE
50
40
30
C
20
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
A
10
19
1
B
20
45
4
C
30
60
9
D
40
64
13
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
D
10
B
A
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
A
38
1.3
.5
B
76
3.1
2.1
C
110
4.1
4.5
D
150
4.4
6.3
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
1
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
75 PSI VALVED ANTI-ICING NOZZLE
50
40
30
C
20
D
10
B
A
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
140
A
10
5
B
20
21
5
C
30
49
11
D
40
55
15
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
A
38
.3
.5
B
76
1.4
2.2
C
110
3.4
5.0
D
150
3.8
7.1
These trajectories, reach and reaction numbers are provided for reference. All data based on 30 degree nozzle discharge angle,
in straight stream setting. Actual trajectories, reach and reactions may vary with wind conditions, fluid type, fluid/water ratio, fluid
temperature, pressure and flow at the nozzle. It is the operator’s responsibility to determine that the system provides adequate reach
for the intended purpose.
CAUTION
Deicing nozzles operate at high pressures. Direct impingement of the stream at right angles to
some aircraft surfaces may cause deformation or damage. User should direct stream at shallow
angles to sensitive surfaces.
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3.1.2 DEICING NOZZLES
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
100 PSI VALVED DEICING NOZZLE
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
50
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
40
A
20
64
8
B
40
85
19
C
50
95
25
D
60
100
31
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
30
C
20
D
10
A
0
0
20
B
40
60
80
100
120
140
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
A
76
4.4
3.8
B
150
5.9
8.8
C
190
6.6
12
D
230
6.9
15
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
120 PSI VALVED DEICING NOZZLE
50
40
C
30
D
20
10
B
A
0
0
40
20
60
80
100
120
140
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
A
20
50
7
B
40
81
18
C
60
105
31
D
80
120
44
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
A
76
3.4
3.4
B
150
5.6
8.6
C
230
7.2
15
D
300
8.3
21
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
3
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
150 PSI VALVED DEICING NOZZLE
50
40
C
30
D
20
10
A
0
0
B
40
20
60
80
100
120
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
140
LBS
REACTION
A
10
40
B
20
83
9
C
30
114
16
D
50
150
31
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
A
38
2.8
1.5
B
76
5.7
4.3
C
110
7.9
7.6
D
190
10
15
These trajectories, reach and reaction numbers are provided for reference. All data based on 30 degree nozzle discharge angle,
in straight stream setting. Actual trajectories, reach and reactions may vary with wind conditions, fluid type, fluid/water ratio, fluid
temperature, pressure and flow at the nozzle. It is the operator’s responsibility to determine that the system provides adequate
reach for the intended purpose.
CAUTION
Deicing nozzles operate at high pressures. Direct impingement of the stream at right angles to
some aircraft surfaces may cause deformation or damage. User should direct stream at shallow
angles to sensitive surfaces.
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VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
3.1.3 ELECTRIC REMOTE NOZZLES
75 PSI ELECTRIC REMOTE CONTROL
ANTI-ICING NOZZLE
50
40
30
20
10
C
D
B
A
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
120 PSI ELECTRIC REMOTE CONTROL
DEICING NOZZLE
50
40
30
C
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
2
A
10
19
B
20
45
7
C
30
60
12
D
50
64
20
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
A
38
1.3
1.0
B
76
3.1
3.2
C
110
4.1
5.5
D
190
4.4
9.5
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
A
20
50
7
B
40
93
19
C
60
106
31
D
80
120
44
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
D
20
10
0
B
A
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
150 PSI ELECTRIC REMOTE CONTROL
DEICING NOZZLE
50
40
30
C
D
20
10
0
B
A
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
140
A
76
3.4
3.4
B
150
6.4
9.2
C
230
7.3
15
D
300
8.3
21
CURVE
GPM
FLOW
PSI
INLET
PRESSURE
LBS
REACTION
A
20
74
9
B
40
123
22
C
60
136
35
D
80
150
49
CURVE
LPM
FLOW
KGF/CM2
INLET
PRESSURE
KGF
REACTION
A
76
5.1
4.1
B
150
8.5
11
C
230
9.4
17
D
300
10
23
These trajectories, reach and reaction numbers are provided for reference. All data based on 30 degree nozzle discharge angle,
in straight stream setting. Actual trajectories, reach and reactions may vary with wind conditions, fluid type, fluid/water ratio, fluid
temperature, pressure and flow at the nozzle. It is the operator’s responsibility to determine that the system provides adequate reach
for the intended purpose.
CAUTION
Deicing nozzles operate at high pressures. Direct impingement of the stream at right angles to
some aircraft surfaces may cause deformation or damage. User should direct stream at shallow
angles to sensitive surfaces.
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4.0 NOZZLE CONTROLS
4.1 FLOW CONTROL
4.1.1 LEVER TYPE FLOW CONTROL
On models that use a bail-type valve handle, the nozzle is shut off when the handle is fully forward. The valve handle has six detent
flow positions. These detent positions allow the nozzle operator to regulate the fluid flow of the nozzle depending on the need or
what can be safely and effectively handled.
4.1.2 ELECTRIC REMOTE NOZZLES
On models with electric remote control of the shaper there is no built-in flow control. Flow control must be provided for elsewhere
in the system.
4.2 PATTERN AND FLUSH CONTROL
4.2.1 PATTERN CONTROL
4.2.1.1 MANUAL PATTERN CONTROL
On models that use a twist-type pattern control, a continuously variable pattern from narrow to wide is available. Turning the
SHAPER clockwise, as seen from the operating position behind the nozzle, moves the SHAPER to the straight stream position.
Turning the SHAPER counterclockwise will result in an increasingly wider pattern. An indicator band on the nozzle barrel shows
which position the SHAPER is in by progressively uncovering symbols for FLUSHING, WIDE SPRAY and STRAIGHT STREAM.
4.2.1.2 ELECTRIC PATTERN CONTROL
On models that use an electric pattern control, a continuously variable pattern from narrow to wide is available by operating the
electric actuator according to the directions supplied with the actuator control panel. Extending the SHAPER outwards, as seen from
behind the nozzle, moves the SHAPER to the straight stream position. Retracting the SHAPER inwards will result in an increasingly
wider pattern. The actuator “free wheels” at each end of its stroke making limit switches unnecessary. A manual override lever on the
electric actuator, when depressed, allows the manual override knob to be turned. Turning the knob counterclockwise, as seen from
the operating position behind the nozzle, extends the SHAPER towards the straight stream position. Turning the knob clockwise
retracts the SHAPER towards the wide spray position.
CAUTION
Electric remote nozzle has finger pinch points. Keep fingers away from nozzle when using electric
control.
4.2.2 FLUSH CONTROL
Debris may get caught inside the nozzle. This trapped material will cause poor stream quality, shortened reach and reduced flow. To
remove this trapped debris, the nozzle can be flushed as follows:
4.2.2.1 VALVED NOZZLE FLUSHING
While still flowing fluid, turn the SHAPER counterclockwise past the wide spray position (increased resistance to turning will be
felt on the SHAPER as the nozzle goes into flush.) This will open the nozzle allowing debris to pass through. Rotate the SHAPER
clockwise and out of flush to continue normal operation. During flush, the nozzle will lose much of its reaction force and reach as the
pressure drops. The nozzle operator must be prepared for an increase in reaction, reach and pressure when returning the nozzle
from the flush position to normal operation to retain control of the nozzle and stream. Operating the nozzle in the flush position will
flow increased volumes of fluid. Operate in the flush position only when necessary and only for a short amount of time to prevent
fluid waste.
CAUTION
Heated ice-control fluids are capable of causing burns. Direct stream away from personnel when
flushing as hot fluid may splash to the ground directly under the nozzle.
4.2.2.2 ELECTRIC REMOTE FLUSHING
While still flowing fluid, retract the SHAPER backwards past the wide spray position (as viewed from behind the nozzle) until it
reaches its stop. This will open the nozzle allowing debris to pass through. When the debris has been flushed out, extend the
SHAPER outwards until it is out of flush as determined by the markings on the barrel and the force of the stream to continue normal
operation. Flushing may also be accomplished in the manual override mode of operation by moving past the wide spray position.
See 4.2.1.2 for instruction on how to use manual override. During flush, the nozzle will lose much of its reaction force and reach as
the pressure drops. Operating the nozzle in the flush position will flow increased volumes of fluid. Operate in the flush position only
when necessary to prevent fluid waste.
WARNING
Debris in nozzle can result in ineffective stream. Flush or uncouple nozzle to remove debris.
Remove all pressure and flow from the nozzle before uncoupling.
CAUTION
Heated ice-control fluids are capable of causing burns. Direct stream away from personnel when
flushing as hot fluid may splash to the ground directly under the nozzle.
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5.0 USE OF ICE-CONTROL NOZZLES
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE GROUND CREW MANAGEMENT TO DETERMINE PHYSICAL CAPABILITIES AND
SUITABILITY FORANINDIVIDUAL’SUSEOFTHIS EQUIPMENT.
The methods used in applying ice-control fluids to aircraft are the responsibility of the agency performing the ice-control fluid
application. Many factors contribute to the proper control of ice on an aircraft. The nozzle is only one part of a complete ice control
system. Flow, pressure at the nozzle, fluid temperature, type of fluid, method of application, outside air temperature, precipitation,
aircraft surface temperature and other factors must be taken into account when dealing with ice conditions. The proper methods
must be determined by each agency for their particular conditions.
Where a nozzle is listed as Anti-icing capable, flow and pressure must be controlled within the rating of the nozzle to minimize
shearing degradation of the fluid.
WARNING
Discharge of anti-icing fluids from nozzles at flows higher than 50 GPM or 85 psi may result
in degradation of the fluid and render it ineffective in preventing a buildup of ice on aircraft
surfaces prior to takeoff. Consult fluid manufacturer’s recommended guidelines.
Rated fluid temperatures at the nozzle must not be exceeded. Use of saltwater in these nozzles is not permissible and will lead to
a shortened service life. Some features of this nozzle that the operator should be aware of are:
• Automatic Pressure Control for deicing - When used for deicing, these nozzles from Task Force Tips incorporate a
pressure regulating mechanism, which means the fluid discharge velocity is nearly constant. With a constant nozzle
discharge pressure, the deicing agent will have optimum reach at all flow settings, thereby reducing waste due to insufficient
range of the stream.
• Slide-Type valve with heat resistant EPDM seat - On nozzles with a valve, the valve design controls the flow through
the nozzle while minimizing turbulence that causes shear and degradation of anti-icing fluids. Because of this feature, the
nozzle can be operated at any valve handle position, thereby allowing the operator to regulate the amount of agent being
applied. This gives the operator the ability to conserve fluid and minimize waste without sacrificing reach or range of the
stream. Unlike a ball valve, the stainless steel slide valve is not directly in the flow path and will not tighten under pressure,
or bind with age. Therefore, it remains easy to operate.
• Pattern Control - This nozzle features a “toothless” bumper to reduce turbulence and can be easily adjusted for any desired
spray pattern by moving the shaper between a straight stream or wide spray position. This will be beneficial when applying
fluids to sensitive areas of the aircraft.
• Sealed electric motor with easy-to-use manual override - On electric remote models, the nozzle is equipped with a
sealed motor/gear housing which prevents contamination of the actuator with dirt and fluids. The actuator features an easyto-use override mechanism to allow manual setting of the pattern or to place the nozzle into flush mode.
• Flushable while flowing - The nozzle shaper, when retracted fully, puts the nozzle into flush, providing an oversized fluid
passageway which allows trapped debris to exit the nozzle. On manual models, an increase in turning force on the shaper
signals the operator that the nozzle is moving into flush.
DANGER
An inadequate supply of nozzle pressure and/or flow will cause an ineffective stream and can
result in incomplete removal or incomplete protection from the build-up of ice on flight surfaces
which may lead to injury, death or loss of property. Call 800-348-2686 for assistance.
WARNING
Ice-control fluid streams are capable of injury and damage. Heated streams can cling to and burn
unprotected flesh and eyes. Do not direct fluid stream or allow splash to cause injury to persons
or property.
WARNING
WARNING
Failure to restrain nozzle reaction can cause injury from loss of footing and/or whipping. With
handheld nozzles, the nozzle operator must always be positioned to restrain the nozzle reaction
in the event of those changes. In case of whipping, retreat from the nozzle immediately. Do not
attempt to regain control of nozzle while flowing fluid.
Breathing ice-control fluid fumes can be hazardous to your health. Avoid working downwind.
Avoid splash back. Consult fluid manufacturer’s safety guidelines.
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6.0 FIELD INSPECTION
Task Force Tip’s Ice-Control Nozzles are designed and manufactured to be damage resistant and require minimal maintenance.
However, as the primary fluid application tool upon which aircraft ice-control depends, they should be treated accordingly.
WARNING
Nozzle must be periodically inspected for proper operation and function according to Inspection
Checklist in section 10.0. Any nozzle that fails inspection is dangerous to use and must be
repaired before using.
Performance tests shall be conducted on Ice-Control nozzles after repair, or anytime a problem is reported to verify operation in
accordance with TFT test procedures. Consult factory for the procedure that corresponds to the model and serial number of the
nozzle. Any equipment which fails the related test criteria should be removed from service immediately. Equipment can be returned
to the factory for service and testing.
Factory service is available with repair time seldom exceeding one day in our facility. Factory serviced nozzles are repaired by
experienced technicians to original specifications, fully tested and promptly returned. Any returns should include a note as to the
nature of the problem, who to reach in case of questions and if a repair estimate is required. A service request form is available on
our website, www.tft.com.
Repair parts are available for those wishing to perform their own repairs. Task Force Tips assumes no liability for damage to
equipment or injury to personnel that is a result of user service.
CAUTION
Any alterations to the nozzle and its markings could diminish safety and constitutes a misuse of
this product. Do not alter the nozzle or its markings.
All Task Force Tip nozzles are factory lubricated with high quality silicone grease. This lubricant has excellent washout resistance
and long term performance. If your operation has unusually hard or sandy water, the moving parts may be affected. Foam agents
and water additives contain soaps and chemicals that may break down the factory lubrication.
The moving parts of the nozzle should be checked on a regular basis for smooth and free operation, and signs of damage. IF THE
NOZZLE IS OPERATING CORRECTLY, THEN NO ADDITIONAL LUBRICATION IS NEEDED. Any nozzle that is not operating
correctly should be immediately removed from service and the problem corrected.
For recommended lubrication, view service manual (LIB-020) for your specific model.
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7.0 PARTS LIST
7.1 ICE-CONTROL NOZZLE VALVED MODELS
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(k)
(n)
(f)
REF#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
4
1
MODEL NUMBER
BGH-HT50
(g)
(h)
BH-HT50
BGH-HT50-DS
(i)
BGH-HT50-PD
(j)
BGH-HT75-PD
(l)
BH-HT50
(m)
BH-HT75
(o)
BGH-HT100-PD
(p)
BH-HT100-PD
BGH-HT120-PD
BGH-HT150-PD
BH-HT150-PD
BH-HT120-PD
BH-HT120
BGH-HT1502PD
BGH-HT1503PD
B504
B510
B524
B560
B568 (a,b,c,d,k)
B567 (e,n)
—
—
—
—
—
B594
B622
VT08E32BH375
B504
B510
B524
B560
—
—
B565 (f,g)
B563 (h,l,m)
B566 (i,j)
B561 (o)
B559(p)
B594
B622
VT08E32BH375
HM625-BLK
B630
B635
B650
B662
HM625-BLK
B630
B635
B650
B662
DESCRIPTION
BUMPER NO TEETH
SHAPER GUIDE
BARREL CONE
BAFFLE
50 PSI SPRING WASHER
75 PSI SPRING WASHER
100 PSI SPRING WASHER
120 PSI SPRING WASHER
150 PSI SPRING WASHER
150 PSI SPRING WASHER
150 PSI SPRING WASHER
HIGH-TEMP NOSE CONE
WIDE HANDLE
#8-32X3/8 BUTTON HEAD
SCREW
HANDLE COVER
CAM SCREW
SAFETY SCREW
DRAG NUBS
SPECIAL AGENT SLIDER
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(k)
(n)
(f)
REF #
12(d,e,f,g,h,i,l,o)
12(a,b,n)
12(k,m)
12(c)
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
40
42
43
44
45
QTY
1
MODEL NUMBER
BGH-HT50
(g)
BH-HT50
(h)
BGH-HT50-DS
(i)
BGH-HT50-PD
(j)
BGH-HT75-PD
(l)
(m)
BH-HT50
BH-HT75
(o)
BGH-HT100-PD
(p)
BH-HT100-PD
BGH-HT120-PD
BGH-HT150-PD
BH-HT150-PD
BH-HT120-PD
BH-HT120
BGH-HT1502PD
BGH-HT1503PD
DESCRIPTION
1.0" TAPER PIPE COUPLING
B668
B668
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
28
2
4
46
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
B694N
B694I
B680DS
B727
B740
B750
B770
B785
B540
B570 (e,n)
B574 (a,b,c,d,k)
B584
B760 (a,b,c,d,k)
B765 (e,n)
—
—
—
B910
V2120
V2120-TORLON
V2130-TORLON
VB119NY
V3040
V3130
V4270
V4280
VM4195
VO-030
VO-127
VO-128
VOQ-4124
VOQ-4216
VOQ-4225
VT10Y32SS187
VT31E18BH500
VT37-24SS750
VT37-16SS312
HM693-U
HM692-BLK
HM994-KIT
—
—
—
B727
B740
B750
B770
B785
B540
B570 (f,g,h,i,l,o,p)
—
B584
B760 (f,g,h,i.l)
—
B766 (i,j)
B767 (o,p)
B572 (h,i,j,l,m,o,p)
B910
V2120
V2120-TORLON
V2130-TORLON
VB119NY
V3040
V3130
V4270
V4280
VM4195
VO-030
VO-127
VO-128
VOQ-4124
VOQ-4216
VOQ-4225
VT10Y32SS187
VT31E18BH500
VT37-24SS750
VT37-16SS312
HM693-U
HM692-BLK
HM994-KIT
1
VT37-16SH1.0
VT37-16SH1.0
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1.5" NH ROCKER LUG
1.5" NPSH ROCKER LUG
CODE DS COUPLING 1 5/16-12
NAME LABEL - ICE CONTROL
BARREL LABEL
VALVE LABEL
PORT PLUG
FLUSH WAVE SPRING
BARRELL
SHAFT
ANTI-ICING SHAFT
HIGH TEMP SPRING CAN
CONTROL SPRING 100 PSI
FORESTRY SPRING 75 PSI
CONTROL SPRING 150 PSI
CONTROL SPRING 1502
150 PSI SPRING SPACER
VALVE ASSEMBLY
3/16" DIA. STAINLESS BALL
3/16" DIA. TORLON BALL
7/32" DIA. TORLON BALL
101 NYLON BALL
1.0" COUPLING GASKET
1.5" COUPLING GASKET
WS-128-F-S02 SMALLEY RING
WSM-50-S02 SMALLEY RING
SPRING #C0180-032-0310-S
O-RING-030
O-RING-127
O-RING-128
QUADX-4124
QUADX-4216
QUADX-4225
#10-32 x 3/16" SOCKET SET SCREW
5/16-18 x 1/2" BUTTON HEAD
3/8-24 x 3/4" SOCKET SET SCREW
3/8-16 X 5/16 SOCKET SET
GRIP SPACER - ULTIMATIC
PISTOL GRIP - BLACK
GRIP COLOR CODED SUBASSEMBLY - 1 EACH
RED W/YELLOW & GREEN W/YELLOW STRIPE
3/8-16 X 1.00 SHCS
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16
10
3
4
5 17
20
1
14
15
27
25
26 24 18
23
6
8
2
11
19
28
13
29
21
12
Part # For 12-24 VDC
(a) BER-HT75
(b) BER-HT120
(c) BER-HT150
(d) BER-HT1501
(i) BER-HT1502
(j) BERP-HT150
REF#
1
2
3
4
5
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
8
9
1
1
1
9
22
MODEL NUMBERS
Part # For 24-36 VDC
(e) BER-HT75-HV
(f) BER-HT120-HV
(g) BER-HT150-HV
(h) BER-HT1501HV
(i) BER-HT1503
B504
B514
B524
B560
B567 (a)
B563 (b)
B566 (c, j)
B562 (d)
—
B504
B514
B524
B560
B567 (e)
B563 (f)
B566 (g)
B562 (h)
B561 (i)
B597
B727
B740
B597
B727
B740
DESCRIPTION
BUMPER / NO TEETH
ER SHAPER GUIDE
BARREL CONE
BAFFLE
75 PSI SPRING WASHER
120 PSI SPRING WASHER
150 PSI SPRING WASHER
SPRING WASHER SPECIAL
SPRING WASHER 20 GPM
@ 50 PSI
SPRING WASHER 40 GPM
@ 150 PSI
HIGH TEMP NOSE CONE
ICE-CONTROL NAME LABEL
BARREL LABEL
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MODEL NUMBER
Part # For 12-24 VDC
Part # For 24-36 VDC
(a)
BER-HT75
(e)
BER-HT75-HV
(b)
BER-HT120
(f)
BER-HT120-HV
(c)
BER-HT150
(g)
BER-HT150-HV
(d)
BER-HT1501
(h)
BER-HT1501HV
(i)
BER-HT1502
(j)
BERP-HT150
REF #
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
QTY
1
B785
B785
DESCRIPTION
FLUSH WAVE SPRING
1
1
1
1
1
B544
B570
B584
B572 (b,c,d, j)
B763 (b)
B544
B570
B584
B572 (f,g,h,i)
B763 (f)
LINEAR BARREL
SHAFT
HI-TEMP SPRING CAN
SPRING SPACER - 150 PSI
SPRING 80 PGM @ 120 PSI
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
46
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
34
1
B765 (a)
B766 (c,d)
—
VO-115
B935 (a,b,c,d,i)
—
B945-ICE (j)
V2130-TORLON
VB119NY
V3130
V4270
V4280
VO-030
VO-128
VOQ-4225
VT25-20SH3.0
VT31-18BH1.4
VT37-24SS750
VT10Y32SS250
VT25-20SS375
B663
F10097N
V2120
B770
B765 (e)
B766 (g,h)
B767 (i)
VO-115
—
B936
—
V2130-TORLON
VB119NY
V3130
V4270
V4280
VO-030
VO-128
VOQ-4225
VT25-20SH3.0
VT31-18BH1.4
VT37-24SS750
VT10Y32SS250
VT25-20SS375
B663
F10097N
V2120
B770
FORESTRY SPRING 75 PSI
CONTROL SPRING 150 PSI
CONTROL SPRING 1502
O-RING-115
12 VDC CAST ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY
24 VDC CAST ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY
12 VDC CAST ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY W/PLUG
7/32 TORLON BALL
101 NYLON BALL
COUPLING GASKET 1.5"
WS-128-F-S02 SMALLEY RING
WSM-50-S02 SMALLEY RING
O-RING-030
O-RING-128
QUAD RING-225
1/4-20 x 3 SOCKET HEAD CAP
5/16-18 x 1-7/16 BHCS
3/8-24 x 3/4 SOCKET SET
10-32 x ¼ SET SCREW ND PATCH
1/4-20 x 3/8 SOCKET SET
BASE ER SWIVEL
1.5" NH ROCKER LUG
3/16" DIA. STAINLESS BALL
PORT PLUG
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7.3 12-24V ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY WITH PLUG
ACTUATOR MODELS: B945, B945-ICE, HM945, M945, MD945, MS945
REF# DESCRIPTION
10-32 x ½ Button Head Electropolish
1
QTY PART #
4 VT10E32BH500
2
Actuator Cover 12-24 VDC
1
M051-S
3
O-Ring-146
1
VO-146
5
#6-32 x 3/8 Socket Head
2
VT06-32SH375
6
24 VDC Motor 30:1/36 VDC Motor 30:1
1
M044
7
ER Motor Mount
1
M058
8
Cam Machined
1
REF# DESCRIPTION
20 Lever Spring
QTY PART #
1 M055
21
5/32 x 7/8 HDP Spirol Pin
1
22
O-Ring-122
1
V1900
VO-122
24
Screw Assembly
1
B041, H041, M041, MS041
25
Actuator Tube
1
B104, H104, M104, MS105
26
Actuator Housing - Laser
1
M050
M049
31
Dowel Pin 0.0627
1
UP063X1.00
9
3/8-24 x 3/8 Dog Point
3
H515
32
O-Ring-011
1
VO-011
10
Strain Relief PG9 .31Hole
1
Y5245
33
4-40 X 1/4 Socket Head Cap Screw
1
VT04-40SH250
13
Knob - Hardcoat
1
M052
34
8-32 X 5/8 Button Head Cap Screw
2
VT08-32BH625
14
O-Ring-109
2
VO-109
35
Board - Nozzle Actuator Id
1
Y5460
15
ER Actuator Spring
1
VM4196
36
Magnet - 1" OD 30 Pole
1
Y5465
16
10-32 x ¼ SS ND Patch
3
VT10Y32SS250
37
Sensor - Hall Effect 3 Wire 4.5-24 Volts
1
Y5470
17
Washer
1
M053
38
Cable - 6 Pole Male In-Line Plug
1
Y5480
18
1/8 x ¾ HDP Spirol Pin
1
VP125X750H
39
Spacer - Round Aluminum Thru-Hole
2
Y5537
19
Cam Lever - Hardcoat
1
M054
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7.4 24-36V ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY
ACTUATOR MODELS: B936, M936, MS936
REF# DESCRIPTION
10-32 x ½ Button Head Electropolish
1
QTY PART #
4 VT10E32BH500
REF# DESCRIPTION
15 ER Actuator Spring
QTY PART #
1 VM4196
2
Actuator Cover 24-36 VDC
1
M051-S
16
10-32 x ¼ SS ND Patch
3
VT10Y32SS250
3
O-Ring-146
1
VO-146
17
Washer
1
M053
4
8-32 x .375 Button Head Electropolish
2
VT08E32BH375
18
1/8 x ¾ HDP Spirol Pin
1
VP125X750H
5
#6-32 x 3/8 Socket Head
2
VT06-32SH375
19
Cam Lever - Hardcoat
1
M054
6
36VDC Motor 30:1 Worm
1
H046
20
Lever Spring
1
M055
7
ER Motor Mount
1
M058
21
5/32 x 7/8 HDP Spirol Pin
1
V1900
8
Cam Machined
1
M049
22
O-Ring-122
1
VO-122
B041, M041, MS041
9
3/8-24 x 3/8 Dog Point
3
H515
24
Screw Assembly
1
10
Strain Relief PG9 .31Hole
1
Y5245
25
Actuator Tube
1
B104, M104, MS105
11
#6 Sealed Spade Term. 18-22 GA.
4
V4103
26
Actuator Housing - Laser
1
M050
12
18/2 SJOOW 600 Volt Black
6
V4075
29
Terminal Block - 2 Pos. 20 A 150 V #6 SCR
1
V4145
13
Knob - Hardcoat
1
M052
30
Cord Protector
1
VM4093
14
O-Ring-109
2
VO-109
31
Dowel Pin 0.0627
1
VP063X1.00
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8.0 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.
9.0 INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Nozzle must be inspected periodically for proper operation and function according to this checklist periodically.
On models with a hand operated valve, check that:
1) There is no obvious damage such as missing, broken or loose parts, damaged labels, etc.
2) Coupling is tight and leak free.
3) Valve operates freely through full range of settings.
4) “OFF” position does fully shut off and flow stops.
5) Nozzle flow is adequate as indicated by pump pressure and nozzle reaction.
6) Shaper turns freely and adjusts pattern through full range.
7) Shaper turns into full flush and out of full flush with normal flow and pressure restored.
On models with an electric remote control, check that:
1) There is no obvious damage such as missing, broken or loose parts, damaged labels, frayed or cracked wiring, etc.
2) Coupling is tight and leak free.
3) Nozzle flow is adequate as indicated by pump pressure and nozzle reach.
4) Shaper moves freely and adjusts pattern through full range by electric and manual control.
5) Shaper moves into full flush and out of full flush with normal flow and pressure restored by electric and manual control.
6) Electric remote actuator mountings are tight.
7) Manual override controls operate freely and through full range of motion.
WARNING
Any ice-control nozzle failing any part of the inspection checklist is unsafe. Correct this
problem before use. Operating a nozzle that fails any of the above inspections is a misuse of
this equipment.
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10.0 WARRANTY
Task Force Tips, Inc., 3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-9327 USA (“TFT”) warrants to the original purchaser of its
Ice-Control 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, at 3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-9327 USA, 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 the 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.
Made in USA
http://deicing.tft.com
TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.
MADE IN USA • www.tft.com
©Copyright Task Force Tips, Inc. 2002-2013
3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, IN 46383-9327 USA
800-348-2686 • 219-462-6161 • Fax 219-464-7155
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