- 3/4" GHT inlet for attaching to a hose
- Brass for corrosion resistance, ductility at high temperatures, and low magnetic permeability
- Stainless steel bearings for strength and resistance to corrosion
- Adjustable for 50% more power than twist nozzles
- Maximum pressure rating of 100 psi
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Dixon AAPN75GHT Brass Adjust A Power Nozzle, 3/4" GHT, 100 psi Pressure
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This Dixon AAPN75GHT garden hose nozzle has an adjustable spray for multipl... See more product details
This Dixon AAPN75GHT garden hose nozzle has an adjustable spray for multiple uses. It has a 3/4" garden hose thread (GHT) fitting for attaching to a hose and is made of brass for corrosion resistance, ductility at high temperatures, and low magnetic permeability. It has stainless steel bearings for strength and resistance to corrosion and requires no washer. It is adjustable for 50% more power than twist nozzles, and it has a maximum pressure rating of 100 pounds per square inch (psi). This hose nozzle is suitable for gardens, greenhouses, or washdown applications such as patio, auto, boat, or driveway.
Tube fittings are components used for connecting, branching, terminating, and changing the direction of tubing in pneumatic and hydraulic systems. They are made of brass, stainless steel, polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), and other materials that resist corrosion and wear. Tube fittings have various types of connections, including threaded, welded, barbed, and push-to-connect (also called one-touch). Push-to-connect connections do not require tools or sealants. Tube fittings are used in various applications, including machine tools, airplane and truck controls, and automated production lines, among others.
Dixon Valve & Coupling Company manufactures pipe and hose fittings and accessories. The company, founded in 1916, is based in Chestertown, Maryland.