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Rotating Fountain Nozzles

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Fuente danzarina DancingAs we all know, the trend in the sector is to bring dynamism to water. This is why we are launching two rotating nozzles, used to obtain attractive water displays, which can be added to the design of any musical, dancing or cybernetic water feature.

Our experience in the production of impact sprinklers for gardening has been fundamental for the design of these rotating fountain nozzles. These sprinklers rotate at a certain speed due to water pressure. This is the principle behind the operation of a waterwheel. Therefore, generating movement from water pressure does not pose a technical difficulty for Safe Rain. We have now decided to use this fact to create architectural water features that are extremely simple to construct, but with great visual beauty, as the water moves without any additional mechanical or electrical devices.Read more

In the nozzle of the Hibiscus, inclined jets of water create a torque (turning force) which, when transmitted correctly to a shaft, make the upper part of the nozzle rotate. The central jet of water manufactured with an inclination of a few degrees, creates a revolving cone when the nozzle rotates. The greater the pressure at the outlet of this fountain nozzle, the faster the rotation speed and, therefore, the higher the height of the cone.

Hibiscus rotating fountainAt night, the illumination of these water jets creates a spectacular effect, as this cone is really made up of hundreds of rotating droplets, meaning that the beam of light forms authentic pearls of color when it hits these droplets.

We hope that you enjoy the water displays created by both nozzles, the Hibiscus and the Dancing, as much as we have enjoyed the entire creative, development, testing and manufacturing process of both articles, designed to entertain anyone who takes a moment to observe them.

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  • Inguna Vanzovicha
    Inguna Vanzovicha Monday, 27 April 2015

    Hello,

    I am interested in rotating nozzles.
    I need 2 pc. much powerfull, hight could be around 3-4 m, 4 pc. could be less, around 2-3 m high.
    Have you any equipment for this ? Can you send me pictures? Can you give me price and technical specification?
    Thanks, I am waiting for your answer.
    Best regards,

    Inguna

  • Miguel A. Velasco
    Miguel A. Velasco Monday, 27 April 2015

    Hello Mr Vanzovicha,
    Could you please fill the web form with all the information for us to attend you in the best way?
    Best regards,
    Miguel A.Velasco

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