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U314 Automatic Nozzle

U314

U314 Automatic Nozzle

U314 Automatic nozzles are designed with today's customer in mind. Small, trim, light weight, easy and convenient to use. It is a rugged performer that offers long life and reliable service.

Warning

Use foreign objects to hold open automatic nozzles could result in failure to shut-off and personal injury.

Materials:

Body: Aluminum

seals: Buna-N, Viton

Main stem seals: Viton Cased Oil Seal / Graphite with Teflon

Main stem: Stainless steel

Color of insulator :

Red Green Blue Yellow Black

Features :

U314-A/C/E/G Flow rate: 0-45 L/m ( (13/16")

U314-B/D/F/H Flow rate: 0-70 L/m (15/16")

Working Pressure: 0.18Mpa

Compound Main valve and bleed poppet

Tight structure, attractive appearance. Minimum pressure Loss and

offer a maximum flow rate

Accurate flow control-

It allows customers to top off their tank to the exact amount that they

want , and it's easy to stop gasoline flow precisely.

Easily replaced rotar y 360 swivel- prevents the hose

from curling up.

Hold-open rack is available for full service applications.

The one hand control means easy setting to flow rate for customer's convenience.

Spout with gear: Making it to be holding on the spout of tank

without hand, improving your efficiency.

Flow-lock: designed to shut-off automatically when the spout is

tripped up, limiting spillage, avoiding accident.

Hand insulator- protect both nozzle and vehicle, and insulates

users' hands.

Available Colors- color chart on inside back cover

Selective splash guard.

100% Factory Tested

Replacement Parts:

Key Description

1 Spout 13/16" & Spout 15/16"

2 Full hand insulator

3 Lever-Guard Lever Assembly

4 Diaphragm Assembly

5 Vac Cap

6 Main Valve

7 Swivel BSPT3/4" & NPT3/4" & BSPT1" & NPT1"

Package:

Net Weight Cross Weight Dimension

18.75kg/case of 15 22kg/case of 15 55x34x42.5cm/case of 15

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