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The LWNS series monitor nozzles are patented water powered nozzle systems that proportions and delivers either water or foam to the hazard area. Three models are available with flows at 350, 500 or 750 gpm (1,325, 1,893 or 2,839 Lpm) @100 psi (6.9 bars), respectively.
Minuteman Series Hose Reel Foam Stations are pre-engineered firefighting systems consisting of a foam concentrate storage tank, proportioning equipment, and hose and discharging devices.
The Multi-Port Metering Valve offers the simplicity and reliability of fixed orifice metering coupled with the flexibility of eight air actuated ports. The valve can be custom configured to have from 1 to 8 ports. Each port can be selected to meter solution flows from 30 gpm (114 Lpm) @ 3% up to 750 gpm (2,893 Lpm) @ 6%.
Williams’ “PKW™” is a highly specialized siliconized Purple-K that is one of the most effective dry chemicals used to extinguish flammable and/or combustible pressurized liquid fires. When used in conjunction with Hydro-Chem™ Technology it effectively controls and extinguishes pressurized or three dimensional “Class B” liquid fires.
The Williams Point & Shoot System includes both an air aspirating foam device designed to be installed on flammable liquid storage tanks for protection against a seal fire, as well as an optional fixed pipe to be used with a monitor and nozzle. Designed for flows up to 275 GPM (1040 L/min), a single air aspirating device delivers expanded foam solution through left, right, and against the wall discharge points.
The Powder Keg Dry Chemical Skid from WILLIAMS FIRE & HAZARD CONTROL represents a powerful tool in a small, convenient package used to combat pressurized fuel fires. The package is designed to be mounted in a compartment of a fire truck. The system is packed with 75 lbs (34 Kg) of PKW™ dry chemical powder and powered by conventional 4,500 PSI air-pack bottles that can be easily replaced or recharged.
The Quick Attack foam cart is ideal for spill fires in chemical plants and flammable liquid storage areas. Unlike eductor style foam stations, this foam cart operates effectively and proportions foam even at low water inlet pressures. Minimum recommended inlet pressure is 70 psi (4.8 bars). Foam stream projects from monitor approximately 50’ (15.2 m) at 70 psi (4.8 bars) inlet pressure (straight stream in still air).
The Ranger 3 and 3+ Nozzles, featuring “Smart Nozzle” Technology, is capable of discharging water only, a water foam solution with Hydro-Foam technology using jet pumps or utilizing the automatic self-educting feature with constant/selectable metering, or dry chemical using the Hydro-Chem™ technology. Flow rates are available up to 4,000 gpm (15,100 LPM).
Mobile monitor trailer capable of delivering up to 4,000 GPM (15,100 LPM) water or foam solution. With its optional Hydro-Chem capability, it can deliver dry chemicals to extinguish 3-dimentional fires or pressurized gas fires.
The RANGER 3+ Nozzle Skid offers a modular Quick Attack platform with a water/foam nozzle for early response operations. Applicable uses include fire suppression, vapor mitigation, and personnel protection during flammable liquid and gas related events. This skid can help deliver water, foam, and dry chemicals to process areas, terminal operations, loading racks, docks, and pump stations where large equipment logistics may be difficult.
The “Ranger 3™” and the “Ranger 3 PLUS” monitor nozzle packages are capable of self-educting foam concentrate, and can do so while maintaining a nearly constant pressure and a constant foam percentage (1% or 3% selectable) regardless of the flow rate.
These nozzles can flow water or water/foam solution generated by various proportioning methods from 250 to 2,000 gpm (946 to 7,571 Lpm), depending on model number, while maintaining a nominal 100 psi (6.9 bars) ± 10% to assure maximum effective reach of the water/foam solution over the flow range. The nozzle discharges dry chemical at approximately 20 lbs/sec (9 Kg/sec) through the center of the water/foam stream.
An automatic nozzle with the exclusive combination of self educting/selectable “constant metering” foam proportioning. Rangers 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 deliver flow ranges of 250 – 1,000, 500 – 1,500 and 750 – 2,000 gpm (946 – 3,785, 1,893 – 5,678 and 2,839 – 7,570 Lpm), respectively while automatically maintaining the tip pressure at a nominal 100 ± 10 psi (6.9 bar) throughout their entire flow range.
Ratio Controllers are modified venturi foam proportioners that accurately meter pressurized foam concentrate into the firefighting water stream. These foam proportioners are used in conjunction with balanced pressure systems, such as bladder tanks and pumped proportioning skids.
Screaming Eagle monitor base is a portable yet robust platform to launch attacks on industrial fire hazards. This relatively lightweight (450 lbs or 204 kg empty) and compact (5 ft x 5 ft or 1.5 m x 1.5 m) platform can be dropped off virtually anywhere in your facility or incident site.
A very durable untreated single jacket forestry hose, rated with a service test pressure of 300 PSI (20.7 bars), and constructed of 100% spun polyester lined with TPU elastomer.
The Taiga 1200 is rated as a Super Large Diameter Hose (SLDH) and the Taiga 600 as a Large Diameter Hose (LDH) with a best-in-class 200 psi (13.8 bars) service test pressure.
The large diameter hose (LDH) fire departments wish they always had. SUPPLYLINE™ is 100% polyester, double jacket. TPU elastomer lined hose with a service test pressure rating of 300 PSI (20.7 bars).
Hydrant manifolds incorporate 360° rotating swivel built into the main riser of the unit allowing first responders to reposition the hydrant in the most advantageous direction depending on the location of the hazard
A unique lightweight 6” (152 mm) large diameter hose capable of significant water flow at higher pressures, TIDALWAVE 600™ is a 100% polyester double jacket, 300 psi (20.7 bars) service test pressure rated attack, relay and supply hose.
Williams Around The Pump Foam System features the ability to infinitely adjust, or “tweak” the foam concentration for Class “A” (1%) or Class “B” (3%) solutions to a maximum of 500 GPM.