Robotic Nozzles

Why Unifire Uses Brushless (BLDC) Motors in its Robotic Nozzles
Why Unifire Uses Brushless (BLDC) Motors in its Robotic Nozzles

Why Unifire Uses Brushless (BLDC) Motors in its Robotic Nozzles Unifire’s new generation of robotic nozzles now exclusively use brushless (BLDC) motors. Brushless motors are used in industrial robots and other applications that require long life, high torque, high accuracy and durability. Brushless motors are different in many respects to standard DC motors, or “brushed”…

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Robotic Nozzles Defined—A New Generation of Remote Controlled Monitors & Water Cannons
Robotic Nozzles Defined—A New Generation of Remote Controlled Monitors & Water Cannons

February 23, 2015. The rapid pace of improved technology is bringing dramatic changes in products across nearly all industries. It should come as no surprise, then, that the nozzle industry is beginning to see a new generation of robotic nozzles, which are now at an unprecedented level of sophistication. Since 2014, the term “robotic nozzles”…

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10 Things to Consider When Buying a Water Cannon for Riot Control Vehicles

If you are in the market for purchasing a remote control water cannon (aka “monitor” or “turret” or “robotic nozzle”), here are 10 things to consider before you make a decision: 1. The Cannon’s Material—What it’s Made of? Not all water cannons are built alike! Riot Control applications are highly demanding and require a water…

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