This nozzle was not tested for spraying. The nozzle has two bolts that can be tightened to adjust the angle of the spray pattern. The nozzle is marked on the connecting portion "E K A", and "F D - 54". We were told this was probably a "Firehouse Shop Made" nozzle because it appears to be pieces welded together with a chain in the middle of two plates to create the spray curtain. This piece came from a collector of fire equipment in the Chicago, Illinois area, and may be a local Chicago piece.Buyers are left to research and verify information for themselves. The nozzle measures approximately 12 inches in overall width, 23 3/8 inches in overall length, and has a 3 1/8 inch opening for connecting a hose.
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