• Tecpro Australia has introduced a new range of Mini Quick-Fit Nozzles, developed by Italian nozzle manufacturer PNR, to the region.
    Tecpro Australia has introduced a new range of Mini Quick-Fit Nozzles, developed by Italian nozzle manufacturer PNR, to the region.
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Tecpro Australia has introduced a new range of Mini Quick-Fit Nozzles, developed by Italian nozzle manufacturer PNR, to the region.

The nozzles are made from glass fibre-reinforced polypropylene, designed to be less prone to chemical attacks and maintain maximum stability at high temperatures, as well as an alternative to stainless steel spray bar nozzles.

The Mini Quick-Fit Nozzles also include a gasket (or seal) to avoid the risk of leakage and can handle water pressure from 1 to 5 bar.

The nozzles are available as full cone or flat fan varieties, allowing for a range of spray angles, and are suitable for dust suppression, powder coating or any tool-free, spray bar installation.

Tecpro Australia is the exclusive distributor of the PNR Mini Quick-Fit Spray Nozzles in the Australasian region.

Correction: In the January/February issue of Food & Drink Business, this article ran with the incorrect image. The image above is the correct image for the story. Our apologies to the two companies affected. 

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