3444 Akron Mercury Quick Attack LE Monitor (500 GPM)
Hit Low, Hit Hard, and Hit Far with the NEW Mercury™ Quick LE – Portable Monitor.
The Mercury Quick Attack LE sets a new standard in the market and is the only portable monitor that meets NFPA 1964 and EN-15767-1. It is compact and lightweight at 15 pounds and flows 500 GPM. Even better, it can hit low at 10° and far up to 250 feet at 100 psi. Easy and quick to deploy, friction loss is minimal.
Hits low at 10°
Improved reach up to 250 feet at 100 psi when paired with the new Mercury nozzle (Style 4446)
Compact size & weighing only 15 lbs. for quick deployment
Meets NFPA 1964 and EN-15767-1
Easy open/close valve
Strap attached with bag for easy stowing
Knurled handle for improved grip
Handle wiper to minimize debris collection
Elevation range of +10° to +50°
Rotation +- 20°
Rated flows up to 500 gpm (1900 lpm)
Low 6 psi friction loss at 500 gpm
Maximum operating pressure of 230 psi. Exceeds the standard of 200 psi
All nozzles shown in photos are sold separately (see related items below).
The 500 gpm portable monitor shall meet NFPA 1964, 2018, and EN-15767-1. The quick attack monitor shall be lightweight and compact. It shall have a 2 1/2″ inlet with a full-time swivel and a 2 1/2″ outlet. The monitor should weigh no more than 15 pounds or 6.8 kg less the nozzle and have a dimensional layout of 9.6″H x 15.0″L x 23.5W (deployed). The monitor shall have a maximum operating pressure of 230 psi or 16 bar. The legs shall fold away to reduce the width down to 7.75″. The monitor shall have + 10° of rotation and 50° to 30° elevation range for unmanned use. The handle shall consist of a spring-loaded mechanism that lets the user travel down to 10° of elevation for manned use. The legs shall have a T design and have carbide tip spikes. The monitor shall have a safety strap with an integrated bag and hook that is mounted to the monitor and can be hooked to itself to be used as a carrying strap. The monitor mounting bracket shall have the ability to hold the monitor with an Akron Brass adjustable/selectable nozzle, Akron Brass fixed orifice nozzle, Akron Brass oscillating nozzle, or Akron Brass smooth bore deluge tip. The monitor shall have an unobstructed waterway with a friction loss of no more than 6psi at full flow. It shall have a ball shut-off valve with the Akron Tork–Lok mechanism. The material shall be of Pyrolite® construction with the Akro-Tec coating and chrome trim. The outlet shall have a reflective band for night visibility.
|Weight||15 lbs (6.8 kg)|
|Width||23.2″ (584.3 mm)|
|Height||9.6″ (243.9 mm)|
|Depth||15.0″ (381.0 mm)|
|Operating Pressure||230 (16)|
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