Two Tank Option
Electric Flush Control
The foam pump assembly provides the correct amount of foam concentrate into the discharge water flow to make a foam solution.
All of the components that make up the assembly are attached to the mounting base. The major components include an electric motor and pump, a control module, a relief valve, and a calibration bypass valve.
The electric ABF selector is required on the TFC400 models. It allows the operator to chose between class A foam, class B foam, or flushing operations from the push buttons on the control module.
The ABF selector is installed between the foam tanks and the foam pump assembly intake. The electric model is made up of electric valves mounted on a manifold that controls the flow of foam concentrate or flush water into the system.On each of the valve covers there is a dial indicator to show the valve position and a allen head control to manually change the valve.
The manual ABF selector is an option with the TFC200 models. It allows the operator to choose between class A foam, class B foam, or flushing operations by rotating the selector valve handle.
The selector is connected between the foam tanks and the foam pump assembly intake.
There are two types of discharge check valve assemblies:
|One includes a water way check valve, check valve injector port, and a drain.||One includes a flow sensor, water way check valve, check valve injector port, and a drain.|
To meet the needs of modern firefighting, FRC utilizes a paddlewheel flow sensor which is rugged, simple and tough.Flow Sensor and Mounts - This page provides information on the paddlewheel flow sensor, mounting options and the requirements for mounting locations.
|Side Mount||Bottom Mount|
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