Water Jet Accessories are air-free and field-repairable.

Press Release Summary:

Viper 40(TM) self-rotating head operates at pressures up to 40,000 psi and attaches to NCG40-286 lance. Head features round SS body with recessed nozzle inserts and combination of rotating UHP action and wide spray path make it suitable in product removal applications. Featuring quick-change cartridge seal, trigger actuation, adjustable shoulder stock, and hand grip, NCG40-286 lance has patented trigger design that allows operator to dump pressure instantly.

Original Press Release:

Rotating UHP Water Jets are Air-Free and Field-Repairable

WIXOM, MICH... FEB. 21, 2006... NLB Corp. has introduced two ultra-high pressure (UHP) water jet accessories that improve performance and can be repaired in the field in under five minutes. The Viper 40(TM), the first self-rotating head to operate at pressures up to 40,000 psi (2,800 bar), easily attaches to a standard NLB NCG40-286 lance. This new lance is simpler than air-driven UHP lances and eliminates the expense of an air source.

The Viper 40(TM) has a round stainless steel body with recessed nozzle inserts, to reduce damage from nozzle strikes. Its combination of rotating UHP action and a wide spray path make it exceptionally effective in a wide range of product removal applications. Unlike previous SPIN-NOZZLE® heads, which must be returned to the factory for repairs, the Viper 40(TM) can be repaired in the field in less than five minutes.

The NCG40-286 lance is also field-repairable, thanks to a unique quick-change cartridge seal that can be replaced in just 60 seconds. This lightweight lance features a patented trigger design (Patent No. 5,636,789) that allows the operator to dump pressure instantly. Other operator-friendly features include easy trigger actuation and adjustable shoulder stock and hand grip.

NLB Corp., a leader in high-pressure and ultra-high pressure water jet technology, manufactures a full line of quality water jetting systems and accessories for contractor and industrial uses. These include surface preparation, paint removal, tank and tube cleaning, concrete hydrodemolition, concrete and pipe cutting, and more.

CONTACT: Jim Van Dam
Phone: (248) 624-5555
e-mail: vandamja@nlbusa.com

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