FEATURES

POTTED ELECTRONICS

The EXM2 Control Module electronics are encased in a thermo-set plastic compound that provides resistance to shock and vibration, while blocking out moisture and other corrosive agents.​

HEAVY DUTY MOTORS

Unlike the competition, EXM2 monitors utilize extreme durability/high frequency motors that provide a distinct advantage in continuous use applications such as construction, mining and deicing. EXM2 motors also carry the extra torque required for operating ARFF, deicing and other specialty nozzles.​

TEFLON IMPREGNATED ANODIZED ALUMINUM ALLOY WATERWAY

The corrosion-resistant elliptical waterway, capable of withstanding up to 500 PSI operating pressure, reduces turbulence to provide an efficient method of water delivery. This results in reduced load on the apparatus pump​

ROBUST JOINT DESIGN

Each swivel joint contains 2 sets of stainless steel ball bearings, a hardened thrust rod and thrust bearings, engineered and manufactured to withstand the shearing action of water pressure while absorbing the effects of extreme vibration that damages weaker monitors.​

EXTREME HEAT TEST

Exposed to 185ºF (85ºC) for 24 hours

EXTREME COLD TEST

Exposed to -40ºF (-40ºC) for 24 hours

SOLAR RADIATION

24 hour cycle of infrared heat exposure

TEMPERATURE SHOCK

-40ºF (-40ºC) to 81ºF (27ºC)

30 Minutes blowing rain @ 60 feet (18 meters) per second

12 hours exposure to blowing dust @ 30 feet (9 meters) per second

BLOWING SAND

6 hours exposure to blowing sand @ 59-95 feet (18-29 meters) per second

3 axis vibration testing - 60 minutes per axis (40g shock impact on all 4 axes)

Electrical Enclosures - 1.0" Diameter water stream (65 gum/246 7pm) on all potential leak paths for duration of 5 minutes

Pressurized to failure - monitor held 2700 PSI for 1 minute then failed at 2800 PSI (186 bar)

BLOWING RAIN

BLOWING DUST

VIBRATION AND SHOCK TESTING

NEMA 4 ENCLOSURE TEST 

HIGH PRESSURE TEST TO FAILURE

HIGH PRESSURE CYCLE TEST 

10,000 cycles while pressurized @ 250 PSI (17 bar)

 

4 hours cycling while pressurized @ 500 PSI (34 bar)