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Heavy-Duty Refueling Nozzle 64250 (Obsolete product)

Eaton’s Carter product line includes several standard underwing refueling nozzle models. A nozzle derived from earlier Model 64200 has been introduced, primarily for those airports that have extremely heavy-duty requirements. Model 64250 Heavy-Duty Refueling Nozzle, in addition to being designed for rugged, heavy-duty use, has several new features outlined below.

  • Easier swivelling under all conditions. Swivel independent of quick disconnect.
  • Connects to 3-lug international standard aircraft adapter
  • Designed in accordance with new SAE design specification for commercial nozzles AS5877
  • Self-adjusting pressure loaded nose seal. Leak free under extreme side loads, worn adapters and extreme temperatures.
  • Uses same accessories as earlier 64200 and 64348 models. All accessories now have stainless steel wear ring in swivel ball joint.
  • Lead-in ramps (interface with aircraft adapter lugs) of high strength aluminum for longer life
  • Positive mechanical interlock — nozzle cannot be opened until connected to aircraft; cannot be removed from aircraft in open position
  • Interlock mechanism internal to nozzle body
  • No collar or other moving parts on exterior of nozzle with the exception of the operating lever
  • Two threaded ports in nozzle body for simultaneous vacuum breaker and product sampling fitting installation are standard
  • Lightweight and most rugged of any Eaton nozzle
  • Modular construction with use of bolt flanges minimized
  • 2, 2½ and 3-inch NPT and BSPP and 3-inch JIS threaded quick disconnect (QD) inlets available
  • Optional 40, 60 & 100-mesh screens retained with snap rings for ease of removal
  • Operating lever replaceable from exterior of nozzle and is made of less expensive, more ductile material. Also backed up with boss on nozzle body to prevent bending.
  • 35 psi (2.413 bar), 45 psi (3.103 bar) & 55 psi (3.792 bar) Hose End Control Valves (HECV) available
  • Dry break or ball valve for easy strainer inspection available
  • Low pressure drop
  • Optional bonding cable and vacuum breaker
  • Redundant safety lock on the QD
  • Replaceable knob on operating handle eliminates razor sharp wear patterns prevalent on competitor’s nozzles
  • Options include a “U” bracket for nozzle stowage and one piece stirrup handle with stowage capability. No need to use an aircraft adapter as a stowage device.