Elkhart BOT-XD Bent Overhaul Tip

Model: 66571007

Elkhart BOT-XD Bent Overhaul Tip

Model: 66571007

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MODEL BOT-XD The Elkhart Brass Bent Overhaul Tip is a pocket size ½" orifice 90 degree “bent tip” ideal for extinguishing pockets of fire in void spaces, shafts, attics, etc. Originally imagined by FDNY
Chief George Bauer of the 16th Battalion and made by Iowa American in the early 90’s, it was dubbed the “Bauer Bent Tip”. This tip has been re-created with valuable current end user input through field testing.

  • Small and compact ideal for carrying in your turnout gear pocket
  • Flows 50 gpm @ 50 psi (190 LPM @ 3.5 BAR)
  • Creates a powerful penetrating low flow stream ideal for overhaul operations
  • Fits the Model ST-185-XD FDNY Stack

ST-185-XD (FDNY Stack)

For maximum reach, smooth bore tips create concentrated water flow for use with either handlines or monitors while using lower pressures of 50 or 80 psi. Elkhart offers a wide variety of discharge sizes to suit any need. Additionally, Elkhart’s stacked tips allow you to customize the smooth bore to meet your needs in the field.

elkhart st-185-xd fdny stacked tips

ST-185-XD (FDNY Stack)

Double Stacked

  • Elk-O-Lite
  • Length: 6.661”

1-1/2" NST or NPSH Base Thread

(choice of tips)

  • 1/2 & 7/8
  • 1/2 & 15/16
  • 1/2 & 1-1/8
  • 1/2 & 1-3/16

Thread Types

  • National Standard Thread (NST), also known as National Hose thread (NH). It is the most common type of fire hose coupling used in the United States.
  • National Pipe Straight Hose (NPSH), also known as Iron Pipe Thread (IPT). It has the same TPI as NPT, but the thread does not taper. NPSH is a straight thread and seals by a gasket in the female coupling, which allows for a swivel, just like NH/NST, which makes both ideal for hose couplings.

Elkhart XD Brochure

Elkhart ST-185-XD Dimensional Drawing

Elkhart Smooth Bore Discharge Chart

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