Transformer Nozzle System


Transformer Nozzle System

Attacking fires in attics, void spaces, or under an electric vehicle can be difficult. Your crew deserves a solution that makes the process easier and more efficient without bulky equipment.  

What is the Transformer Nozzle System?

The Transformer Nozzle System is a series of kits that help you deliver water to areas that are inaccessible or difficult to reach. These kits can flow up to 150 GPM (570 LPM) at 100 psi (7 bar) and are easy to configure to your specific needs. 

Piercing and Electric Vehicle Kits 

The Transformer Nozzle System has different kits so that you can choose exactly what you need: 

Transformer EV Nozzle System  

Looking for current information on electric vehicle firefighting? Read our article here!

The EV (Electric Vehicle) kit is designed to make applying water to the underside of an electric vehicle easy for your crew. Each kit includes four 19” (.5 m) extension tubes and a distributor (cellar) nozzle with a wide, fully filled pattern that allows water to map across the battery compartment for effective cooling. 

Reaching an overall length of more than 7’ (2.2 meters) when fully assembled, the added extension tubes allow your crew to put space between themselves and the fire. 

Read the Transformer EV Nozzle System FAQ’s Here!

Transformer Piercing Nozzle System 


The piercing nozzle system allows you to deliver water to inaccessible void spaces, such as an attic or knee wall. The piercing nozzle has a series of jets near the piercing point to apply a wide-reaching pattern.  

Different kits are available that include optional accessories, including a distributor nozzle (cellar nozzle) or pistol grip.  

  • Hardened steel piercing point 
  • Two 19” (.5 m) extension tubes 
  • Twist-grip shutoff valve 
  • 3 port junction block 
  • Removable striking head 
  • Heavy-duty carrying bag with compartments 

  • Pistol grip 
  • Distributor Nozzle 
  • Distributor nozzle adapter

Configurable to Your Needs 


Each kit is engineered so that attachments can be added or removed to meet your needs on the fire ground. This allows you and your crew to respond to the unique scenario you face.