NFPA 1964: Standard for Spray Nozzles

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Make sure spray nozzles will operate as expected in a fire emergency with the 2013 NFPA 1964.

NFPA 1964: Standard for Spray Nozzles provides the latest performance requirements for new adjustable-pattern spray nozzles intended for general fire-fighting use, for marine and offshore platform fire-fighting use, or for use with fire hoses affixed to standpipe systems.

Provisions cover all the bases, including:

  • Operational design
  • Construction materials
  • Test methods
  • Compliance testing

In the 2013 edition, the term "Flow rate" replaces the term "Discharge rate" to emphasize the importance of flow rate for the suppression of fires. NFPA 1964 is essential for nozzle manufacturers as well as fire departments and companies that provide testing of fire hose nozzles. (Softbound, 15 pp., 2013)

NFPA® 1964 Standard for Spray Nozzles 2013 Edition

Chapter 1 Administration
1.1 Scope
1.2 Purpose
1.3 Application
1.4 Equivalency
1.5 Units of Measurement.
Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
2.1 General
2.2 NFPA Publications
2.3 Other Publications
2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections (Reserved)
Chapter 3 Definitions
3.1 General
3.2 NFPA Official Definitions
3.3 General Definitions
Chapter 4 Operational Design Requirements
4.1 Flow Rate Performance.
4.2 Discharge Pattern
4.3 Spray Nozzle Controls
4.4 Threads
4.5 Flushing
4.6 Leakage
4.7 Rough-Handling Tests for Handline Nozzles
4.8 Rough-Handling Tests for Master Stream Nozzles
4.9 Handholds, Handgrips, and Ladder Hooks
4.10 Markings
4.11 Handline Nozzles for Use in Marine and Offshore Platform Applications
Chapter 5 Construction Materials
5.1 Hydrostatic Strength.
5.2 High-Temperature Exposure
5.3 Low-Temperature Exposure
5.4 Corrosion Exposure
5.5 Ultraviolet Light and Water Exposure of Nonmetallic Nozzle Components
5.6 Aging Exposure of Nonmetallic Nozzle Components
5.7 Stress Cracking
5.8 Rubber Sealing Materials
Chapter 6 Test Methods
6.1 Flow Rate Test
6.2 Flush Test
6.3 Control Tests
6.4 Hydrostatic Test
6.5 High-Temperature Tests
6.6 Low-Temperature Tests
6.7 Rough-Handling Tests for Handline Nozzles
6.8 Rough-Handling Test for Master Stream Nozzles
6.9 Salt Spray Test
6.10 Ultraviolet Light and Water Test
6.11 Air-Oven Aging Tests
6.12 Handholds, Handgrips, and Ladder Hooks
6.13 Moist Ammonia-Air Stress Cracking Test
6.14 Tensile Strength, Ultimate Elongation, and Tensile Set Tests
6.15 Compression Set Test
6.16 Accelerated Aging Test
Chapter 7 Compliance Testing
7.1 Certification
7.2 Sample Selection
7.3 Test Results
7.4 Design Changes
Annex A Explanatory Material
Annex B Informational References
Index