NozzTeq - Jetter NozzlesTaking Science To The Sewer
Nozzteq Sewer Nozzles and Cutters
Naturally we are proud of our innovations. When our first sewer jet nozzle was launched it was a minor revolution. Our root cutters and impact cutters have raised drain and sewer cleaning to new levels. NozzTeq® is first and foremost a problem solver and systems supplier. Come to us with your problem in the field of Pipe cleaning and we will develop a tailor-made solution. We are not satisfied with something which merely meets the technical specifications – products must do their job in practice.
To achieve that goal, everything we manufacture undergoes extensive tests. That is how NozzTeq® creates new possibilities for you as our customer. Throughout the years in cooperation NozzTeq® has created a number of new sewer and drain cleaning products, some so unique that they have been patented. Over time, those same products have become an obvious choice for everyone who works with water jetting and pipe cleaning. Yesterday’s innovations from NozzTeq® are taken for granted today. We are continually creating new sewer cleaning products which in the same self-evident way to make life easier for our customers.
The Importance of Hydrodynamic Design of Nozzles
In conventional nozzles, the thrusting jets come out at a 140-160 degrees compared to the incoming water in the nozzle. Where the flow in a 1″ (25mm) sewer cleaning hose is 80 gpm, the speed of the water in the hose is approx 28 mph. In a conventional nozzle the interior design creates turbulance and back pressure, resulting in poor thrusting jets with bad cleaning ability.
In a nozzle designed with water bearing walls (Gobin™), the cleaning ability improves radically compared with conventional nozzles. It is important that the water bearing walls are correctly designed and it really does not improve the performance of the nozzle much with a simple cone in the center of the nozzle.
In nozzles with correctly designed loops (Jaws™, Hammerhead™, C-Ray™, BL Missle, Orca), these are 97% efficient even according to NASSCO specs.