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Atlantic Arching Spray Fountain Nozzle 1.5" Inlet

Atlantic Arching Spray Fountain Nozzle 1.5" Inlet
Atlantic Arching Spray Fountain Nozzle
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Part Number:AT-FNAS15

Atlantic's Arching Spray Fountain Nozzle - Model: FNAS15

Arching Spray Nozzle Features:

  • Nozzles direct water in decorative patterns or shapes in fountain applications
  • Atlantic’s Nozzles are designed to take advantage of higher volume, lower pressure, energy-efficient asynchronous pumps
  • Higher volume Nozzles with larger openings are less susceptible to clogging and wind deflection
  • Atlantic Nozzles are 304 stainless steel for performance and longevity
  • By Using the Stainless steel Nozzle Adjustment Base allows for vertical alignment of any nozzle, up to 15 degrees off vertical (sold separately)

Arching Spray Nozzle Specifications:

  • Model: FNAS15
  • Inlet: 1½" MIPT
  • Warranty: 3 year
  • Dimensions: 3¼"W x 4½"H
  • Multi-outlet Nozzle with single central jet and 18 arching sprays
  • Nozzle functions independently of water level
  • Best for circular patterns from 6' to 12' in diameter in larger fountains

Model: FNAS15 Fountain Nozzle Spray Chart

Atlantic arching spray fountain nozzle spray chart


To select the correct pump for your fountain please follow the steps below

  • Select the nozzle pattern desired
  • Select the height (or diameter) desired for the nozzle
  • Look at the chart to determine the GPM (or G) and Head (H) required for the nozzle.
  • The pump you choose must have the required GPH flow at the HEAD indicated in order to achieve that size display.
  • The GPM flow at specific HEAD heights will be indicated in the manual or advertising for the pump in question

TIP #1 - for multiple nozzles multiply the GPM required by the total number of nozzles desired. It is not necessary to increase the HEAD when adding multiple nozzles.

Tip #2 - If the pump you are viewing indicates flow in GPH (gallons per hour) instead of GPM (gallons per minute) you can divide by 60. 900 GPH equals 15 GPM.

Tip #3 - Try to select a pump that is slightly more powerful than required to allow for errors in calculation

Tip #4 - All charts assume pump to be positioned at or near the nozzles. If the distance between pump and nozzle/ nozzles is greater than 10 foot additional HEAD will need to be factored in.

SUGGESTION: If you have questions when calculating your requirements please give us a call at 706-865-0220 and we would be glad to assist you with it.

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