Fire Nozzles – Professional, Marine and Industrial.
Over 60% of UK Fire and Rescue Services now use Delta Fire Nozzles. They are also extensively used by professional fire fighters around the world from a wide diversity of industries including the Marine, Aviation, Petrochemical, Defence and Major Industrial users.
Delta Fire manufacture their market leading nozzle range in the UK on state of the art CNC machines allowing for total control over quality and continuity of production. Delta Fire have been praised for their innovative use of technology in enhancing fire fighting performance and Fire Crew safety whilst minimising unnecessary water damage, now an important requisite within the Fire and Rescue Services.
With a diverse customer base around the world Delta nozzles and fire branches are a dominant force within this competitive market. Alongside the Fire Brigade nozzles Delta’s ‘CAF’ & ‘Fast Attack’ Foam nozzles are rated amongst the best available for Aircraft Crash & Heli-Deck Protection; the Gunmetal ‘Shockless’ nozzle is designed for continuous use in challenging salt water conditions and, as with all Delta nozzles, can be fitted with any International Inlet fittings making it the ideal choice for all marine applications around the world.
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Professional Nozzles This covers the top of the range nozzles used by professional fire fighters around the world. Within this section you will find the Delta Automatic Nozzles, the Delta Attack Nozzles and our Specialist Nozzles.
Marine Nozzles This covers all nozzles suitable for the marine trade, designed and manufactured to withstand the toughest weather conditions. Mostly manufactured in Gunmetal for corrosion resistance this range is extremely durable and available in a variety of types and flow rates to suit every application.
Industrial Nozzles This covers nozzles for use in heavy industrial markets. Designed to achieve optimum performance with a robust and durable construction they are commonly used for fire fighting, cooling, wash-down, dust supression and water transfer.
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