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Fuel Delivery Nozzles

Fuel Delivery Nozzles

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Fuel TypePetrol
Accuracy0.5%
MaterialAluminum Alloy
Usage/ApplicationPetroleum Dispensing
Size1"
BrandKent
Flow Rate45 L/min

A manual diesel delivery nozzle is a type of diesel fuel dispensing nozzle that requires the user to manually shut off the flow of fuel when the tank is full. These nozzles are commonly used in fuel dispensing applications where the user needs more control over the flow rate and the amount of fuel being dispensed.

Types of manual diesel delivery nozzles include:

  1. Straight nozzle: This type of nozzle is a simple straight tube with a trigger to control the flow of fuel. It is commonly used in small-scale fuel dispensing applications.

  2. Curved nozzle: This type of nozzle has a curved spout that can make it easier to insert into the filler neck of the vehicle or container being filled.

  3. Low flow nozzle: This type of nozzle has a smaller diameter spout and can deliver fuel at a slower flow rate, which is useful for filling smaller vehicles or containers.

Advantages of manual diesel delivery nozzles include:

  1. Lower cost: Manual diesel delivery nozzles are typically less expensive than automatic shut-off nozzles.

  2. Greater control: Manual diesel delivery nozzles provide greater control over the flow rate and amount of fuel being dispensed.

  3. Simplicity: Manual diesel delivery nozzles are typically simpler in design and easier to use than automatic shut-off nozzles.

Disadvantages of manual diesel delivery nozzles include:

  1. Greater risk of overfilling and spillage: Manual diesel delivery nozzles require the user to pay closer attention to the fuel level in the tank and manually shut off the flow of fuel when the tank is full, which can increase the risk of overfilling and spillage.

  2. Greater risk of human error: Manual diesel delivery nozzles require the user to manually operate the trigger and shut off the flow of fuel, which can increase the risk of human error.

  3. Limited features: Manual diesel delivery nozzles typically have fewer features than automatic shut-off nozzles, such as a lack of automatic shut-off and flow rate control features.

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