Automatic fuel dispensing nozzles
Designed for dispensing fuel to vehicles. The advantage in the automatic fuel dispensing nozzles is providing a fuel supply flow without the fuel spilling from the tank.
The range of nozzles is divided into nozzles for 95/ 96 / 98 / diesel fuel and for high flow rate diesel dispensing. Full service fuel nozzles for diesel and unleaded gasoline should be UL-828 certified.
Designed to facilitate the use of the fuel line when changing direction and returning the line and dispenser nozzle to the dispenser. The swivel is located between the nozzle and the line. There are swivels that may have a communication cable inserted through them, which passes to the fuel line to.
A safety accessory that is designed to ensure disconnection of the fuel line without spilling fuel, protecting the dispenser because of exerting force during the pulling of the line. There are reusable and disposable disconnects available. There is a range of different disconnects at the detachment point (the force exerted for disconnection).
Forces are defined in lbs. The desired strength for disconnection ranges from
The standards employed for fuel Hoses today are: EN1761, EN1360 (European standards.
It is important to emphasize that:
The fuel line with the EN 1360 standard sized 3/4" and 1" should be a line with metal shielding.
Before using the rube, full continuity between the pressed ends of the line must be ensured.
Before using the line, minimum flow resistance must be tested for by running a direct electrical current from end to end. Minimum resistance shows an optimum state of grounding fitness.
Before using the line, a pressure test of up to 5 bars must be performed in order to ensure that the ends are properly pressed and that there is no air or fuel leak.
It is advisable to use conic ends with NPT thread.
Discharge and pumping Hoses for tankers
Note the 2.5" line clasping using a stainless steel band (see correct clasping diagram)
Make sure of the maximum working pressure (wp) and tear pressure of the line before starting work.
Using a single band for clasping is suitable for use with light fuel types
It is desirable to use two bands for clasping when using fuel oil and oils and working at higher then regular pressure.