2-1/2″ In Line Eductor 250 GPM

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2-1/2″ In Line Eductor 250 GPM

The 2-1/2″ in line eductor provides 250 gpm, is 12″ long and connects with a 2-1/2″ Inlet and has a 2-1/2″ Outlet. A 1-1/2” inlet/outlet configuration is also available. The 2-1/2″ educator comes with NST/NH threads.

FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • Lightweight alloy construction
    • Check ball that prevents backflow occurence
    • Large and easy to read metering device
    • Metering valve with 6 settings: 0 (shutoff), ¼, ½, 1, 3, & 6%
    • Detachable metering device allows for quick and easy cleaning
    • Rated to flow at 200 PSI

Description

2-1/2″ In Line Eductor 250 GPM

The 2-1/2″ in line eductor provides 250 gpm, is 12″ long and connects with a 2-1/2″ Inlet and has a 2-1/2″ Outlet. A 1-1/2” inlet/outlet configuration is also available. The 2-1/2″ educator is standard with NST/NH.

FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • Lightweight alloy construction
    • Check ball that prevents backflow occurence
    • Large and easy to read metering device
    • Metering valve with 6 settings: 0 (shutoff), ¼, ½, 1, 3, & 6%
    • Detachable metering device allows for quick and easy cleaning
    • Rated to flow at 200 PSI

The in line 2-1/2″ in line eductor 250 GPM gives the fire fighter the ability to flow from small spills and fires right on up to the larger incidents we could typically encounter. For even larger incidents, nozzle-mounted eductors can be used to deliver even larger quantities of foam solution. With the nozzle eductor, there is less maneuverability, but much greater punch.

The inline eductor is placed at a pre-determined point in the hose line layout, hence the name “inline” eductor. It could be attached to a discharge on the side of the engine company or could even be installed between two couplings as part of a longer hose layout. The option for acquiring a foam stream from a lengthy distance away is possible, so long as the principle of this appliance is understood.

It is said that where the eductor goes, so goes the foam supply. Foam concentrate in five-gallon pails, for example, are brought to the point where the eductor has been inducted in to the hose line. The “pick-up” tube of the eductor is placed into the foam supply and, at the proper inlet pressure to the eductor, the foam concentrate is pushed (via atmospheric pressure) up the pick-up tube and added into the water stream. Each eductor has a ball check valve to prevent water from back flowing into the foam supply.

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