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LIM-030 rev12

MANUAL: Deluge Nozzles

With Automatic Pressure Control

MASTERSTREAM NOZZLE SERIES

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION, SAFE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

WARNING

Read instruction manual before use. Operation of this device without understanding the manual and receiving proper training is a misuse of this equipment. A person who has not read and understood all operating and safety instructions is not qualifi ed to operate any of the

Masterstream Series Nozzles.

This instruction manual is intended to familiarize fi refi ghters and maintenance personnel with the operation, servicing and safety procedures associated with the Masterstream Series fi refi ghting nozzles.

This manual should be kept available to all operating and maintenance personnel.

MASTERSTREAM 1000

150 - 1000 GPM @ 100 PSI

600 - 4000 LPM @ 7 BAR (700 KPA)

MASTERSTREAM 1250S

150 - 1250 GPM @ 100 PSI

600 - 4500 LPM @ 7 BAR (700 KPA)

MASTERSTREAM 1250

300 - 1250 GPM @ 70 - 120 PSI

1100 - 4700 LPM @ 4.8 - 8.3 BAR (480 - 830 KPA)

MASTERSTREAM 1500

300 - 1500 GPM @ 70 - 120 PSI

1100 - 5700 LPM @ 4.8 - 8.3 BAR (480 - 830 KPA)

MASTERSTREAM 2000

300 - 2000 GPM @ 80 - 120 PSI

1100 - 7600 LPM @ 5.3 - 8.3 BAR (550 - 830 KPA)

TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.

MADE IN USA • www.tft.com

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MASTERSTREAM 4000

600 - 4000 GPM @ 80 - 120 PSI

2300 - 15000 LPM @ 5.5 - 8.3 BAR (550 - 830 KPA)

3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, IN 46383-9327 USA

800-348-2686 • 219- 462-6161 • Fax 219-464-7155

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Table Of Contents

1.0 MEANING OF SIGNAL WORDS

2.0 GENERAL INFORMATION

2.1 USE WITH SALT WATER

2.2 VARIOUS MODELS AND TERMS

2.3 HYDRAULIC INSTALLATION

2.4 ELECTRIC INSTALLATION

2.5 PATTERN CONTROL

2.6 USE WITH FOAM

2.6.1 FOAMJET LX WITH MASTERSTREAM 1000 & 1250S NOZZLE

3.0 AUTOMATIC NOZZLE OPERATION

3.1 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTERSTREAM 1000 &1250S

3.2 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTERSTREAM 1250, 1500, 2000 & MASTERSTREAM 4000

3.3 DETERMINING FLOW WITH PRE-PIPED MONITORS

3.4 STREAM TRAJECTORY DATA

4.0 FLUSHING DEBRIS

5.0 MAINTENANCE

6.0 WARRANTY

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. Firefi ghting 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

Firefi ghting 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

Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Service Association

P.O. Box 147, Lynnfi eld, MA 01940 • www.FEMSA.org

1.0 MEANING OF SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS

A safety related message is identifi ed by a safety alert symbol and a signal word to indicate the level of risk involved with a particular hazard. Per ANSI standard Z535.6-2006, the defi nitions 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, may result in minor or moderate injury.

NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury.

NOTICE

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2.0 GENERAL INFORMATION

The Task Force Tips Masterstream Series Nozzles are automatic pressure control deluge nozzles. These automatic nozzles operate by sensing the pressure at the nozzle’s inlet and adjusting the discharge opening to maintain a constant pressure throughout the fl ow range of the nozzle. While fl owing, the stream pattern can be varied from wide fog to straight stream. Trapped debris can be removed without the use of tools.

These nozzles are constructed of hardcoat anodized aluminum and UV resistant rubber. Their rugged construction is compatible with the use of fresh water as well as fi refi ghting foam solutions. A summary of each nozzle’s characteristics is shown in the table below.

SERIES

MASTERSTREAM 1000

MASTERSTREAM 1250S

MASTERSTREAM 1250

MASTERSTREAM 1500

FLOW RANGE

GPM L/min

150-1000

150-1250

300-1250

300-1500

600-4000

600-4500

1100-4700

1100-5700

NOMINAL PRESSURE

PSI

100

100

70-120

70-120

BAR, KPA/100

7

7

4.8-8.3

4.8-8.3

STANDARD COUPLING

2.5” NH FEMALE

2.5” NH FEMALE

2.5” NH FEMALE or

3.5” NH FEMALE

2.5” NH FEMALE or

3.5” NH FEMALE

MASTERSTREAM 2000

MASTERSTREAM 4000

300-2000

600-4000

1100-7600

2350-15000

80-120

80-120

5.5-8.3

5.5-8.3

3.5” NH FEMALE

6.0” ANSI 150 FLANGE

NOTES ON ABOVE TABLE

• Other threads, coupling sizes or connector styles can be specifi ed at time of order.

Masterstream 1000 nozzle is also available in selectable gallonage or fi xed orifi ce models. See catalog for details.

Masterstream1250, 1500, 2000 and 4000 nozzles are fi eld adjustable within the range of pressures shown.

For long term installations, it is recommended that the threads be greased before installing the nozzle.

OPERATING NOTE ABOUT AUTOMATIC NOZZLES: The automatic nozzle is considerably different than "conventional" nozzles because of basic changes in the operating principle. These differences not only assure the most effective operation under a variety of conditions, but will also utilize the available water supply most effi ciently. It is important that nozzle operators, pump operators, and offi cers be fully aware of these differences. Therefore, proper instruction is required for safe and effective operations.

WARNING

This equipment is intended for use by trained personnel for fi refi ghting. Their use for other purposes may involve hazards not addressed by this manual. Seek appropriate guidance and training to reduce risk of injury.

WARNING

Injury can occur from an inadequately supported nozzle. The mounting must be capable of supporting the nozzle reaction force which can be in excess of 2300 lbs (4000 GPM at 120 PSI).

WARNING

Some volatile liquids can be ignited by static discharge.

Static build-up can occur from:

• Electrochemical separation of charge as water drains through low conductivity, refi ned products.

Applying foam over a low conductivity liquid of suffi cient depth to retain the charge created as the foam blanket drains.

Streaming currents as water or foam is introduced into the storage tank.

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WARNING

Water is a conductor of electricity. Application of water solutions on high voltage equipment can cause injury or death by electrocution. The amount of current that may be carried back to the nozzle will depend on the following factors:

• Voltage of the line or equipment

Distance from the nozzle to the line or equipment

Size of the stream

Whether the stream is solid or broken

Purity of the water

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CAUTION

Nozzle must be properly connected. Mismatched or damaged threads may cause nozzle to leak or uncouple under pressure and could cause injury.

CAUTION

Do not couple aluminum to brass. Dissimilar metals coupled together can cause galvanic corrosion that can result in inability to unscrew threads or complete loss of thread engagement.

1 Electrostatic Hazards of Foam Blanketing Operations by Peter Howels. Industrial Fire Safety July/August 1993

2 The Fire Fighter and Electrical Equipment, The University of Michigan Extension Service, Fourth Printing 1983. Page 47.

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2.1 USE WITH SALT WATER

Use with salt water is permissible provided nozzle is thoroughly cleaned with fresh water after each use. The service life of the nozzle may be shortened due to the effects of corrosion and is not covered under warranty.

2.2 VARIOUS MODELS AND TERMS

The spray pattern is changed from wide fog to straight stream by means of the “stream shaper”. Models are available with fi ve different methods to move the stream shaper as shown in fi gures 1A - 1E. See catalog for model numbers and details.

Halo Ring

Coupling

Stream Shaper

Serial Number Bumper

Fig 1A Stream Shaper moved manually by rotating “halo ring”

Hydraulic Ports

Fig 1B Stream Shaper moved manually by rotating “bumper”

Manual Override Knob

(Masterstream 1000,

1250, 1500, and 2000 Only)

Fig 1C Stream Shaper moved remotely by hydraulics

Lever

Hold lever down and turn knob for manual override.

Fig 1D Stream Shaper moved remotely by electricity (12-24 volts)

Fig 1E Stream Shaper moved by linear (push/pull) motion from user’s mechanism

FIG 1 - Methods for Moving Stream Shaper

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2.3 HYDRAULIC INSTALLATION

On nozzles with hydraulic stream shaper actuation, the hydraulic system is connected to the nozzle with two 1/8”-27 NPT (1/4”-18

NPT on Masterstream 4000) female ports on the fi lter block located on the nozzle’s stream shaper. When the port on the left of the fi lter block (as seen from behind the nozzle) is pressurized, the shaper moves back into the wide fog position. Pressurizing the right port moves the shaper forward into straight stream. Hydraulic lines must be fl exible to allow for movement of the stream shaper.

Use only clean fl uid compatible with Buna N Compound (Nitrile). System must be free from all dirt, chips and contaminants.

Replacement fi lter elements are available from TFT (item #M160). Maximum hydraulic pressure is 1000 psi (70 bar, 7000 Kpa) for

Masterstream 1000 or 1250s. (1500 psi, 105 bar, 10500 Kpa for Masterstream 4000 Nozzle).

2.4 ELECTRIC INSTALLATION

Nozzles with electric stream shaper actuation are shipped with a wiring diagram (TFT item #LIM-040). Other documentation is available on request. The actuator is not rated as ignition proof, explosion proof, or intrinsically safe. NOTE: Masterstream 1000,

1250s, 1250, 1500 and 2000 nozzles are equipped with manual override in case of electrical power failure. Refer to fi gure 1D for manual override instructions.

WARNING

The electric motor and other components are ignition sources. The electric stream shaper should be operated only in areas where there is adequate ventilation and no hazard of fl ammable vapor buildup.

2.5 PATTERN CONTROL

TFT’s Masterstream Series nozzles have full pattern control from straight stream to wide fog. On models with manual shapers, turning the stream shaper clockwise (as seen from the operating position behind the nozzle) moves the shaper to the straight stream position. Turning the stream shaper counterclockwise will result in an increasingly wider pattern.

Since the stream trim point varies with fl ow, the nozzle should be “trimmed” after changing the fl ow to obtain the straightest and farthest reaching stream. To properly trim a stream, fi rst open the pattern to narrow fog. Then close the stream to parallel to give maximum reach. Note: Turning the shaper further forward will cause stream crossover and reduce the effective reach of the nozzle.

2.6 USE WITH FOAM

The Masterstream Series nozzles may be used with foam solutions. Refer to fi re service training for the proper use of foam.

WARNING

For Class B fi res, lack of foam or interruption in the foam stream can cause a break in the foam blanket and greatly increase the risk of injury or death.

Assure that application rate is suffi cient (see NFPA 11 or foam manufacturer’s recommendations); Enough concentrate is on hand to complete task (see NFPA for minimum duration time requirements); Foam logistics have been carefully planned.

Allow for such things as storage of foam in a location not exposed to the hazard it protects; Personnel, equipment and technique to deliver foam at a rapid enough rate; Removal of empty foam containers; Clear path to deliver foam, as hoses and other equipment and vehicles are deployed.

WARNING

Improper use of foam can result in injury or damage to the environment. Follow foam manufacturer’s instructions and fi re service training.

Avoid using wrong type of foam on a fi re, i.e. Class A foam on a Class B fi re; Plunging foam into pools of burning liquid fuels; Causing environmental damage; Directing stream at personnel.

WARNING

There is a wide variety of foam concentrates. Each user is responsible for verifying that any foam concentrate chosen to be used with this unit has been tested to assure that the foam obtained is suitable for the purpose intended.

2.6.1 FOAMJET LX WITH MASTERSTREAM 1000 NOZZLE

To increase the expansion ratio, Task Force Tips “Foamjet LX” (model FJ-LX-M) may be used with the Masterstream 1000 and 1250s nozzle. This low expansion foam tube attaches and detaches quickly from the nozzle. Adjust nozzle spray pattern to give best foam quality. Note: As expansion ratio is increased, the reach of the nozzle will be decreased due to the greater amount of bubbles in the stream and their inability to penetrate the air. Generally the reach with foam is approximately 10% less than with water only. Actual results will vary based on brand of foam, hardness of water, temperature, etc.

3.0 AUTOMATIC NOZZLE OPERATION

Automatic nozzles operate by sensing the pressure at the nozzle’s inlet and adjusting the discharge opening to maintain a constant pressure throughout the fl ow range of the nozzle. For example, when the pressure at the inlet increases, the exit area is automatically increased until the inlet pressure returns to the nominal pressure of the nozzle.

Note: Inlet pressure of a Masterstream Series nozzle will stabilize at the nominal pressure (within 5%). This stabilization may take as long as half a minute after a change in inlet pressure.

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3.1 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTERSTREAM 1000 and 1250s

Within its fl ow range, the Masterstream 1000 and 1250s automatic nozzles operate at the nominal pressure of 100 PSI (7 BAR, 700

KPA). Figures 2 shows typical performance of this nozzle.

WARNING

Large amounts of debris can reduce the fl ow of the nozzle resulting in an ineffective fl ow. In the event of a blockage it may be necessary to retreat to a safe area, uncouple nozzle and remove debris.

160

0

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

0

1000

MASTERSTREAM 1000 PERFORMANCE

2000 3000 4000 5000 6000

10

8

FLOW RANGE

2

0

200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000

FIG 2 - Masterstream 1000 Pressure Performance

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4

0

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

0

MASTERSTREAM 1250s PERFORMANCE

2000 4000 6000

FLOW (L/MIN)

200

6

OPERATING ENVELOPE

PER NFPA 1964

400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600

FIG 2B - Masterstream 1250s Pressure Performance

4

2

FLOW (GPM)

0

10

8

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3.2 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTERSTREAM 1250, 1500, 2000 AND 4000

The operating pressure of these nozzles is user adjustable. Pressure adjustment is performed by twisting a knob on the front of the nozzle to the desired pressure setting. Figures 3A - 3D show typical fl ow performance for each model when adjusted to marked pressure settings. The automatic pressure control will maintain the set pressure anywhere within the fl ow ranges shown on the graphs, which vary according to pressure setting.

160

0

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

0

1000

MASTERSTREAM 1250 PERFORMANCE

2000 3000 4000 5000 6000

10

120 PSI SETTING

110 PSI SETTING

100 PSI SETTING

90 PSI SETTING

8 BAR

7 BAR

6 BAR

80 PSI SETTING

70 PSI SETTING

5 BAR

8

FLOW RANGE

2

0

200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000

FIG 3A - Masterstream 1250 Pressure Performance

6

4

To adjust the Master 1250 and

1500, simply twist the pressure adjustment knob to the desired detent setting.

160

140

120

100

0

80

60

40

20

0

0

1000

MASTERSTREAM 1500 PERFORMANCE

2000 3000 4000

120 PSI SETTING

110 PSI SETTING

100 PSI SETTING

90 PSI SETTING

80 PSI SETTING

70 PSI SETTING

5 BAR

8 BAR

7 BAR

6 BAR

FLOW RANGE

5000 6000

10

8

6

4

2

0

200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000

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FIG 3B - Masterstream 1500 Pressure Performance

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160

140

120

100

0

80

60

40

20

0

0

2000

MASTERSTREAM 2000 PERFORMANCE

4000 6000

120 PSI SETTING

110 PSI SETTING

100 PSI SETTING

90 PSI SETTING

80 PSI SETTING

8 BAR

7 BAR

6 BAR

FLOW RANGE

8000

400 800 1200 1600 2000

FIG 3C - Masterstream 2000 Pressure Performance

2400

10

8

6

4

2

0

TO ADJUST PRESSURE SETTING:

1. LOOSEN BOTH SCREWS

2. ADJUST PRESSURE KNOB

3. LOCK KNOB BY TIGHTENING BOTH SCREWS UNTIL SNUG

NOTE: LOCKED KNOB SHOULD NOT ROTATE BY HAND

POINTER INDICATES OPERATING PRESSURE

IMPORTANT: DO NOT LOOSEN THIS SCREW!

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140

120

100

0

80

60

40

20

0

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4000

MASTERSTREAM 4000 PERFORMANCE

8000 12000 16000 20000 FLOW (L/MIN)

10

120 PSI SETTING

110 PSI SETTING

100 PSI SETTING

90 PSI SETTING

80 PSI SETTING

8 BAR

7 BAR

6 BAR

FLOW RANGE

4

2

0

8

6

1000 2000 3000 4000

FIG 3D - Masterstream 4000 Pressure Performance

5000

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3.3 DETERMINING FLOW WITH PRE-PIPED MONITORS

The simplest procedure to determine fl ow with automatic nozzles is with a fl ow meter. If a fl ow meter is unavailable, then the fl ow may be estimated using pressure loss data between the nozzle and an in-line pressure gauge at the pump or considerably upstream from the nozzle. Data is taken with a smooth bore nozzle and handheld pitot gauge. Note: Equations assume no substantial change in elevation between in-line pressure gauge and nozzle.

Step1: Determine fl ow of smooth bore nozzle.

Flow water with a smooth bore nozzle and record the nozzle’s size, pitot pressure and in-line pressure gauge reading. The smooth bore nozzle’s fl ow is calculated from the Freeman formula:

Where: F = 29.71 for English units (GPM, INCHES, PSI)

F = .667 for metric units (LPM, MM, BAR) Note: 1 BAR=100 KPA

Q smooth fl ow in GPM (or LPM)

D exit diameter in INCHES (or MM)

P pitot pitot pressure in PSI (or BAR)

Step 2: Find pressure loss constant.

Q smooth

= F x D P pitot

Using the results from step 1, use the following equation to calculate the pressure loss constant between the in-line pressure gauge and the nozzle:

Where: C piping pressure loss constant in GPM2/PSI (or LPM2/BAR)

P inline

in-line pressure gauge reading in PSI (or BAR)

C =

Q

2 smooth

P in-line

- P pitot

Step 3: Calculate fl ow with automatic nozzle.

Using the pressure loss constant from step 2 and the following equation, the fl ow with an automatic nozzle can be calculated for your particular installation.

Where: Q auto

automatic nozzle fl ow in GPM (or LPM)

P auto

nominal nozzle operating pressure in PSI (or BAR)

Q = (P in-line

- P )C

Mount a graph or table of the results adjacent to the in-line pressure gauge. Deliver any desired fl ow by adjustment of pump pressure.

3.4 STREAM TRAJECTORY DATA

Figures 4A - 4E give the stream trajectory for the Masterstream Series nozzles at various fl ows.

Notes on trajectory graphs:

• Graphs show approximate effective stream trajectory at 30 degrees elevation in no wind conditions. Distance to last water drops approximately 10% farther.

• To estimate trajectories at elevations other than 30 degrees, refer to document LTT-135, available at www.tft.com.

Trajectories shown are for water. The addition of foam is expected to decrease the reach by 10%.

Tail or head winds of 20 MPH (30 KPH) may increase or decrease the range approximately 30%.

Stream trajectory of Masterstream 4000 based on “The Trajectories of Large Fire Fighting Jets” by A.P. Hatton and M.J.

Osborne, Reference: “The International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow”, Vol 1 No 1.

0 10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60 70 80 90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

MASTERSTREAM 1000/1250s, 100 PSI (7 BAR, 700 KPA )

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

40

GPM

FLOW

300

400

500

800

1000

60 80

LBS

REACTION

150

200

260

400

510

20

D

10

A

E

B

C

100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

1500

1900

3000

3800

KGF

REACTION

70

90

120

180

230

0

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FIG 4A - Masterstream 1000 Stream Trajectory

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70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

0

MASTERSTREAM 1250, 70 PSI (4.8 BAR, 48 KPA)

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60

D

70 80 90

20

15

10

A B C E

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

500

800

1000

1250

LBS

REACTION

130

340

420

530

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

1900

3000

3800

4700

KGF

REACTION

60

100

150

190

240

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

0

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60

MASTERSTREAM 1250, 100 PSI (7 BAR, 700 KPA)

70

D

80 90

20

15

10

A B C E

5

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

GPM

FLOW

300

500

800

1000

1250

LBS

REACTION

150

400

510

630

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

1900

3000

3800

4700

KGF

REACTION

70

120

180

230

290

0

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

MASTERSTREAM 1250, 120 PSI (8.3 BAR, 830 KPA)

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60 70 80

D

90

20

15

10

A B C E

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

500

800

1000

1250

LBS

REACTION

170

440

550

690

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

1900

3000

3800

4700

KGF

REACTION

70

130

200

250

310

FIG 4B - Masterstream 1250 Stream Trajectory

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70

60

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30

20

10

0

0

0

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60

MASTERSTREAM 1500, 70 PSI (4.8 BAR, 48 KPA)

D

70 80 90

20

15

10

A B C E

5

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

GPM

FLOW

300

600

1000

1250

1500

LBS

REACTION

130

420

530

630

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

2300

3800

4700

5700

KGF

REACTION

60

120

190

240

290

0

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

MASTERSTREAM 1500, 100 PSI (7 BAR, 700 KPA)

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60 70 80

D

90

20

15

10

A B C E

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

600

1000

1250

1500

LBS

REACTION

150

510

630

760

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

2300

3800

4700

5700

KGF

REACTION

70

140

230

290

350

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

0

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60

MASTERSTREAM 1500, 120 PSI (8.3 BAR, 830 KPA)

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

70 80

D

90

20

15

10

A

B

C E

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

600

1000

1250

1500

LBS

REACTION

170

550

690

830

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

2300

3800

4700

5700

KGF

REACTION

70

150

250

310

380

FIG 4C - Masterstream 1500 Stream Trajectory

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30

20

10

0

0

0

MASTERSTREAM 2000, 80 PSI (5.5 BAR, 55 KPA)

20

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60 70

D

80 90

20

15

10

A B

C

E

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

600

1000

1500

2000

LBS

REACTION

140

450

680

900

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

2300

3800

5700

7500

KGF

REACTION

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40

30

20

10

0

0

0

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60

MASTERSTREAM 2000, 100 PSI (7 BAR, 700 KPA)

20

70 80 90

20

15

D

10

E

A

B

C

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

600

1000

1500

2000

LBS

REACTION

150

510

760

1010

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

2300

3800

5700

7500

KGF

REACTION

70

140

230

350

460

40

30

20

10

0

80

70

60

50

0

0

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

10 20 30 40

METERS

50 60

MASTERSTREAM 2000, 120 PSI (8.3 BAR, 830 KPA)

20

70 80

D

90

E

20

15

10

A

B

C

5

40 60

GPM

FLOW

300

600

1000

1500

2000

LBS

REACTION

170

550

830

1110

80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300

0

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

LPM

FLOW

1100

2300

3800

5700

7500

KGF

REACTION

70

150

250

380

500

FIG 4D - Masterstream 2000 Stream Trajectory

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100

0

80

60

40

20

0

0

20 40

METERS

60 80

MASTERSTREAM 4000, 80 PSI (5.5 BAR, 550 KPA)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

40

GPM

FLOW

600

1000

2000

3000

4000

80 120

LBS

REACTION

280

470

950

1400

1900

A

B

D

E

100 120

30

20

10

C

160 200 240 280

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

320

LPM

FLOW

2300

3800

7600

11000

15000

360 400

KGF

REACTION

130

210

430

640

860

0

100

0

80

60

40

20

20 40

METERS

60 80

MASTERSTREAM 4000, 100 PSI (7 BAR, 700 KPA)

C

D

0

0

CURVE

A

D

E

B

C

40

GPM

FLOW

600

1000

2000

3000

4000

80 120

LBS

REACTION

320

530

1100

1600

2100

100 120

30

20

A E

10

B

160 200 240 280

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

320

LPM

FLOW

2300

3800

7600

11000

15000

360 400

KGF

REACTION

150

240

500

730

950

0

0

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

20 40

METERS

60 80

MASTERSTREAM 4000, 120 PSI (8.3 BAR, 830 KPA)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

40

GPM

FLOW

600

1000

2000

3000

4000

80 120

LBS

REACTION

350

580

1200

1700

2300

C

100 120

30

20

D

10

A E

B

160 200 240 280

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)

CURVE

A

B

C

D

E

320

LPM

FLOW

2300

3800

7600

11000

15000

360 400

KGF

REACTION

160

260

550

770

1000

0

FIG 4E - Masterstream 4000 Trajectory

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4.0 FLUSHING DEBRIS

Debris in the water may get caught inside the nozzle. This trapped material will cause poor stream quality, shortened reach and reduced fl ow. To remove debris trapped in the nozzle:

1. Shut off fl ow to the nozzle.

2. Move the stream shaper to the wide fog position.

3. Carefully unscrew and remove the nozzle’s piston/cylinder.

Notes on Masterstream 1000 and 1250s Nozzle:

• The cylinder is under about 25 lbs (11Kgf) of spring force. The spring must be compressed to reinstall.

• A long white push rod is part of the cylinder assembly. Pull cylinder straight out until push rod clears shaft.

Notes for Masterstream 1250, 1500, 2000 and 4000 Nozzles:

Remove the piston, return spring and cylinder

Remove the small spring and stainless steel poppet from the center of the shaft as a unit.

4. Remove debris.

5. Reassemble the nozzle.

Figures 5A, 5B, 5C & 5D show the pieces that are removed during the fl ush procedure.

WARNING

Large amounts of debris may be unfl ushable and can reduce the fl ow of the nozzle resulting in an ineffective fl ow. In the event of a blockage, it may be necessary to retreat to a safe area.

SHAFT

SHAFT

SPRAY LUBE

PISTON PUSH ROD

LUBE

RETURN SPRING

LUBE

LUBE

FIG 5A - Masterstream 1000 and 1250s Front End Parts

CYLINDER

LUBE

LUBE

LUBE

POPPET CONTROL

SPRING

LUBE

CYLINDER

RETURN

SPRING

FIG 5B - Masterstream 1250 and 1500 Front End Parts

PISTON

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LUBE LUBE LUBE

SHAFT

LUBE

POPPET

CONTROL

SPRING

CYLINDER

RETURN

SPRING

PISTON

FIG 5C - Masterstream 2000 Nozzle Front End Parts

SHAFT

LUBE

LUBE

LUBE

POPPET

CONTROL

SPRING

CYLINDER

LUBE

RETURN

SPRING

PISTON

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FIG 5D - Masterstream 4000 Nozzle Front End Parts

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5.0 MAINTENANCE

When reassembling the nozzle after repairs or for preventive maintenance, coat the seal on the piston, the inner bore of the cylinder and the shaft slide surface with a waterproof lubricant such as Dow Corning #112 Silicone Grease. Lubrication is required to assure continued smooth operation. The frequency of lubrication will depend on frequency of usage and storage conditions. Nozzles must be checked regularly to assure proper operation. See fi gures 5A, 5B and 5C for the nozzle lubrication points.

STORAGE: Store the Masterstream 4000 Hydraulic Nozzle in the Full Fog (retracted) position.

Contact factory for parts lists and exploded views for particular models. Each nozzle is identifi ed by a serial number located on the nozzle’s stream shaper (see fi gure 1).

6.0 WARRANTY

Task Force Tips, Inc., 3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, IN 46383-9327 USA (“TFT”) warrants to the original purchaser of its

Masterstream 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 fi ve (5) year period from the date of purchase.

TFT’s obligation under this warranty is specifi cally 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, IN 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 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 benefi ciary 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 specifi c legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.

MADE IN USA • www.tft.com

©Copyright Task Force Tips, Inc. 1999 - 2010

3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, IN 46383-9327 USA

800-348-2686 • 219- 462-6161 • Fax 219-464-7155

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