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Solid nozzle jet with inclination

The solid water jet nozzle was the first cone nozzle to appear in history and at first was the simple pipe-end that we mentioned in the first article of this blog, through which water was discharged at a certain pressure (Fig. 10). Depending on the tilt of the pipe-end, the water jet rises vertically or forms a parabola.

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    jayesh jani says #
    Nice Articles. Thank You for sharing this post

We finished the second installment of this section by discussing water treatment in water feature fountains and now we resume this blog talking about water drainage in architectural water fountains.

7.-Draining water from architectural fountains. In most cases, a water drainage system comprises the overflow, bottom drain plug, wall penetrations and a drain network:Read More

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Design of Pumps rooms in an architectural fountains

Continuing with our description of the components of architectural fountains that started in the first part of this section, we now turn to pump chambers or rooms, essential items in the design and installation of any water feature fountain.

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Some of the fountain nozzles manufactured by Safe-Rain

The nozzle is the part from which sprayed water exits and is shaped to achieve a particular aesthetic effect. It is therefore the key player in a water feature fountain as it is responsible for propelling large volumes of water into the air. The origin of the nozzle lies in the pipe-end, which in principle is basically the short tube through which water flows into a fountain. Prior to the pipe-end, the actual pipe protruded from the ground or wall to discharge water but for beauty and functional reasons, an extra part was added – the pipe-end - which was fitted on the end of the pipe. Designed with mythological (griffon), zoomorphic or merely geometric figures, pipe-ends were an ornamental part of fountains.Read More

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