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  • MG3610
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    Ok, thats gotta be a 60 GPM rockwood (aka Navy) nozzle. SG has gotta mean single gallonage, that would olny make sense based on the type of nozzle it is
    Last edited by MG3610; 09-21-2006, 08:22 AM.

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  • briano64
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    Originally posted by slackjawedyokel
    wild guess --- single gallonage ??????
    we had also guessed somethings along those lines ie: small gallon etc. My guess is the navy named it something..as its also called a navy nozzle.

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  • briano64
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    The only writing on the nozzle is ROCKWOOD I beleive this is the manufacteror?(sp)

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  • slackjawedyokel
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    wild guess --- single gallonage ??????

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  • MG3610
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    What manufacturer is it made by?

    Sounds like an Elkhart, but their website shows no information. Are there any other numbers/info on the nozzle?

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  • briano64
    started a topic SG-60 nozzle (what does it stand for?)

    SG-60 nozzle (what does it stand for?)

    I figured this was a good spot to ask this question...I am not a newbie( been a vol. for 10, paid for 18)
    I was working with a new guy today and was going over the sg-60 nozzle...and it occured to me I have no idea what the SG stands for..no one at the firehouse knew either. We had some pretty good guesses...ANYONE?

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