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13 t7 17 t9 7.. . Most frequqntly used degreesof protection Tests to check protection of persons against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosureand protection of machinesagainst ingressof solid foreign bodies . 5 5 7 Clause l. Scope Designation . Protection of machinesagainst harmful ingressof water. 2.3 - CONTENTS Page Fonnwonn PnBracE ExpraNnroRYNorE . 5. 6. 3. . Protection of persons against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosure and protection of machines against ingress of solid foreign bodies 9 9 l1 4. Tests to check protection of machines against harmful ingress of water AppENux - Equipment for checking protection against spraying and splashing water 27 Frcunns 28 .

other parts being: Part l: Paft 2: Part 3: Part 4: (Publication34-l).the latter meeting. of IEC Technical Committee No. in Berlin in 1964and in L. The following countries voted explicitly in favour of publication: Australia Austria Belgium Czechoslovakia Denmark Finland France Germany Israel ItalY Japan Korea (Republic of) Netherlands Norway South Africa Sweden Switzerland Turkey Union of Soviet Socialist Republicq United Kingdom . Committees pledge their influence towards that end. a final draft was submitted to the National Committees for approval under the Six Months' Rule in December 1966. 2. should use the I E C recommendations as the fundamental basis for these rules in so far as national conditions will permit. A first draft was discussedduring the meetings held in Paris in 1963. Ratingsand Characteristics of 3-phase 50 Hz Turbine-type Generators Methods for Determining SynchronousMachine Qr. Degrees of Protection of Enclosures Methods of Cooling. As a result of. Rating and Performance Recommendations of Rotating ElectricalMachinery(Publication34-2). an international consensus of opinion on the subjects dealt with. prepared by Technical Committees on rvhich all the National Committees having a special interest therein are represented. the wish that all National Committees having as 3) I n o r d e r t o p r o m o t e t h i s i n t e r n a t i o n a l u n i f i c a t i o n . express. t h e I E C e x p r e s s e s yet no national rules. 2) They have the form of recommendations for international use and they ure accepted by the National Contnrittees in that sens9. on Determinationof Efficiency (Publication34-3). 4) The desirability is recognized of extending international agreement on these matters through an endeavour to harmonize national standardization rules with these recommendations in so far as national conditions will permit.. Rotating Machinery.ondon in 1966. The National PREFACE This Recommendation has been prepared by Sub-Committee 2H. when preparing such rules. It forms part of a series of recommendations dealing with rotating electrical machinery.5 - TNTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSTON ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES Part 5: Degreesof protection by enclosures for rotating machinery FOREWORD r) The formal decisions or agreements of the I E C on technical matters. as nearly as possible.rantities from Tests (Publication 34-4).

as examples. Sub-Committee2H took as a basis for its study IEC Publication 144.. Apart from some editorial alterations. for a large machine with vertical axis.the main discrepancies are the following: Deletion of the first characteristical numeral 3. Test conditions for secondcharacteristicnumerals 3 and 4: It was not felt to be possibleto prescribea singletest device. with the condition that the machineshall be completely immersed.the distance between nozzle and machine being only of secondaryimportance. Hence the requirement referring to the mountingplane. to providing joints.and which moreover is unsuitablefor testing large apparatus.chosenfor the convenience of testing.hencetwo devicesare given. It was consideredpreferable to have different prcssuresbut to state a singledistance. b) to prevent the test sphereentering the enclosure. frequently used for rotating machinery. protection against ingressof foreign bodies greater than 2.7 - :: EXPLANATORY NOTE When preparing Publication 34-5.even if it does not touch live parts. which did not exist for switchgearand controlgear. packings and bearings for a head of at least 3 m of waterowhich is obviously too great.taken from one national standard. . a) c) to add requirementsfor testing machineswith a rated voltage over I 000 V. A new degree of protection was added: Weather-protected machinery: this protection. Degreesof Protection of Enclosuresfor Low-voltage Switchgear and Controlgear. Test conditions for first characteristicnumerals I and 2: It was necessary: to provide test conditions for moving parts. in order to retain the sequence of numerals of Publication 144. as this can be dangerousin rotating machinery.5 mm: this degreeis not in use for rotating machinery.3): as water cannot be preventedfrom entering rotating machinery. It was however felt necessaryto make a number of alterations to the requirements of Publication 144 so that they could be used for rotating machinery. it was necessary to alter the wording and to draft acceptance conditions allowing for an ingressof water which should not be harmful. Test conditions of secondcharacteristicnumerals 5 and 6: Comprehensivetests made in severalcountries have shown that the essentialpoint is waterpressure. testingwith the oscillating tube is not correct (the direction of jets of water. Moreover. coming out of holes drilled at an angle of 60ofrom the vertical when the tube is itself tilted at 60' from the vertical plane does not correspondat all to the specified direction). this led to prescribinga test with the tube stationary and the machine under test rotating around a vertical axis. Test conditions for secondcharacteristic numeral 7: Immersion under a head of water of I m above the upper part of the machine would lead. in an appendix. The secondcharacteristic numerals6-7 and 8: ingressof water into the machineshall not be possiblein harmful quantities (seealso Sub-clause 7. is designatedby a letter. for the secondnumeral 3.

provided with all parts and mounted as specifiedby the manufacturer. ii) b) c) Designationsfor these protective degrees. .I t j t i . They shall be carried out on standard products or models of them.machine running and not running *. Note 2. the test should be carried out in accordance with an asreement between manufacturer and user. Scope 1.1 This Recommendationhas as its scope the definition of: a) Standard degrees of protection by enclosuresapplicable to electrical rotating machines as regards: i) protection of persons against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosure and protection of machinesagainst ingress of solid foreign bodies. 3 This Recommendation is intended to define a number of requirements with which protective enclosuresshould comply. Where this is not feasible. Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas Atmospheres. 2 This Recommendationdoesnot apply to specialdegrees of protection such as protection of machines in an explosive atmosphere.1 Designation The designation used for the degree of protection consists of the letters IP followed by two characteristic numerals signifying conformity with the conditions stated in the tables of Clauses 3 and 4 respectively. 1 . 2. The tests are type tests for enclosure. fungus or vermin. 2. The absenceof any letter means that the protection was tested in both cases. 1 . ready to run. Teststo be performed to checkthat the machinesmeet the requirementsof this Recommendation. corrosive vapours. Neither does it cover protection against other unusual serviceconditions such as moisture. which may be part of designation. Tests shall be made on a new machine. Such machines must comply with recommendationsof IEC Publication79. * The meaningof letter W. This may be followed by a letter indicating whether the protection against harmful ingress of water was tested with'the machine not running (letter S) or the machine in operation (letter M). is given in Clause4.9 I ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES Part 5 : Degrees of protecfion by enclosures for rotating machinery l. protection of machines against harmful ingress of liquids.

followed if applicable by the other designationwith referenceto the part to which it applies.Degreesof Protection of Enclosuresfor Low-voltage Switchgear and Controlgear. 2. it is understoodthat protection againstingressof solid foreign bodies implies a certain amount of protection of personsagainstcontact with live or moving parts inside the enclosureand vice versa. Protection against ingress of large solid foreign bodies (diameter greater than 50 mm). if this is not practicable.2 It is recommended that the characteristic letters and numerals be marked on the machine preferably on the nameplate. - A single characteristicnumeral is used to designatethe two degreesof protection mentioned above. the designation of the lowest degreeshall be shown first. for example.5 mm. or.1. Note. 2. . on the enclosure. 3. 2.3 When all parts of a machine have not the same degreeof protection. - against harmful ingress of Degreesof protection definedby IEC Publication 144. ingressof solid Machine protected against solid bodiesgreaterthan 50 mm Protectionagainstaccidentalor inadvertentcontact with live and moving parts inside the enclosure by a large surface of the human body.somedegrees publication could not be retainedas they were not applicable of the above-mentioned to generalpurpose rotating machinery: First characteristic numeral 3: First characteristic numeral 6: Protection againstsolid bodies greaterthan 2.t! / lr l I I : I 1l 2. Protection of persons against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosureand protection of machines against ingress of solid foreign bodies First characteristic numeral Degree of protection Short designation Definition Test conditions (see sub-clause) Non-protected machine No special protection of persons against accidental or inadvertent contact with live or moving parts. Ffowever. were as far as possible taken into account. Note. Detailsof discrepancies between the present Recommendation and Publication 144aregivenin the explanatory note on page7. but no protectionagainstdeliberate access to such parts.1. No protection of machine foreign bodies. a hand. Completeprotection againstingressof dust.2 The second characteristic numeral designates the degrees of protection water.1 The first chqracteristic numeral designatesthe degree of protection of persons against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosure and of machines against ingress of solid foreign bodies.

1 3 - First characteristic numeral Degreeof protection Short designation Definition Test conditions (see sub-clause) Machine protected against solid bodiesgreaterthan 12 mm Protection against contact by finger with live or moving parts inside the enclosure1. for instancefibrous particles)is specified. the test finger is not insertedpast the 50 mm diameterguard (seeFigure 1. 7. 6. at the outlet of the fan.2 Protection against ingress of small solid foreign bodies (diametergreaterthan 12 mm). 1 In the caseof machinescooled by meansof an external fan.but dust cannot enter in an amount sufficientto interfere with satisfactoryoperation of the machine.1 and 6.1 and 6. Protection of machines against harmful ingress of water Degree of protection Second characteristic numeral Short designation Definition Test conditions (see sub-clause) Non-protected machine No special protection. The ingressof dust is not totally prevented. page28).1 .1.their nature. Machine protected against dust 2 Complete protection against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosure1. Machine protected against solid bodiesgreaterthan lmm Protectionagainstcontactwith live or moving parts inside the enclosure by tools. 2 The degreeof protection against dust definedby this Recommendationis a generalone. 6. 6. the fan shall be so protected as to prevent contact of the bladesor spokesof the fan with the standardtest finger. which may have degree 2 protection.4 Protection against ingress of small solid foreign bodies (diameter greater than I mm) excluding the ventilation openings(intake and dischargeof external fans) and the drain hole of enclosed machine. However. Machine protected against dripping water Dripping water (vertically falling drops) shall have no harmful effect. or such objectsof thicknessgreaterthan I mm r.5 Protection against harmful deposits of dust. When the nature of the dust (dimensions of particles. wires.test conditionb should be determined by agreementbetween manufacturer and customer. 4..

1). under specified conditions.5 Machine protected against conditions on ships' deck Water from heavy seas shall not enter the nrachine in a harmful quantity. This degree of protection is designated by the letter W (placed between IP and the numerals). 't.- 1 5- Second characteristic numeral Degreeof protection Short designation Definition Test conditions (see sub-clause) Machine protected against drops of water falling up to 15o from the vertical Drops of water falling at any angle up to l5' from the vertical shall have no harmful effect 1. the designation should then show clearly this deviation. Submersible machine harmful machine pressure 1 If national standards recognize values differing from those above (for degrees 2 and 3).6 Machine protected against the effects of immersion Ingress of water in the machine in a harmful quantity shall not be possible when the machine is immersed in water under stated conditions of pressure and time.2 Machine protected against spraying water Water falling as a spray at an angle equal to or smallerthan 60" with respectto the vertical shall have no harmful effect1. . snow and airborne particles. Machine protected against splashing water Water splashed against the machine from any direction shall have no harmful effect. for instance by adding the letter X between the second characteristic numeral and the letter S or M respectively (see Sub-clause 2. to an amount consistent with correct operation.iets Water projected by a nozzle against the machine from any direction shall have no harmful effect. 2 A machine is weather protected when its design reduces the ingress of rain. 7. 7. Machine protected against water.t.1.1.

The rated voltage of the lamp is equal to that of the source. It may be alteredor completedfor specialneeds. Test conditions The test is made with a sphereof 52. on the international level. Most frequentlyuseddegrees of protection Second cha- racteristic Firts characte- Note. in accordance with the descriptiongiven in Clauses 3 and 4. . or according to the necessities of national standards. the other pole of the supply being connectedto the parts intended to be live in normal service. a) Live parts The test is made using a metallic contact finger such as the one shown in Figure l. connectedby an incandescentlamp to one pole of a supply of at least 40 V. First characteristic numeral No test is required.- The above list comprisesthe most frequently used degreesof protection.electriially connacted together during the test. The test is deemedsatisfactoryif the spheredoes not enter the enclosureand cannot touch live or moving parts inside the enclosure. 6.5 mm diameter applied againstthe enclosure with a force of 50 N. with the test finger placedin every possibleposition and pushed without undue force.1 7 5. Tests to check protection of persons against contact with live or moving parts inside the enclosureand protection of machines against ingress of solid foreign bodies All tests shall be made with the machine at rest. The protection is deemedsatisfactoryif the lamp does not light when an attempt is made to touch the bare live parts or insufficientlyinsulatedparts..

Tests to check protection of machines against harmful ingress of water 7 . Part l: Foot-mounted Electrical Machineswith Shaft Heights between56 and 315 mm (251"and 12t/2in). Dust in harmful amount shall not be depositedon the insulating paths betweenlive parts or betweenlive parts and earth. The test is carried out only on machines of shaft height up to 132mm (seeIEC Publication 72-1. with the vacuumequivalentto a head of 200 mm water.the rotor is slowly rotated by hand. The amount of talcum powder to be used is 2 kg per cubic metre of the test chamber. The test is stoppedat the end of 2 h if the volume of the air drawn in during this period is from 80 to 120times the volume of air in the enclosureunder test.whichever occurs first.5mm diameter. 1 Test conditions For degreeof protection 0.a study of drawing is generallysufficient.2. consistingof a closed by an air current.but of lower shaft height. Dimensions and Output Ratings of Electrical Machines. the result of the test carried out on a machine of comparable design.page 29. For that test.3 and 4. no test is required. i If. the test is carried out in accordancewith the following conditions (1 to 4). it is not possibleto draw in 80 times the volume of air indicated above. the test finger shall not touch internal moving parts when the machineis rotating. b) Moving parts * Except for shaftsand similar smooth parts. is consideredsufficient. The test is deemedsatisfactoryif the wire cannot enter the enclosure. 7. The test is made with a steelwire of I mm diameter *. conducting parts covered only with varnish or paint or protected by oxidation or by a similar processshall be coveredwith a metal foil electricallyconnected to those parts live in normal service. For degrees of protection 1. connectedto one pole of the above quoted supply. the test shall be continued until that value is attained or until 8 h have passed. The test should be madeusing the equipmentshown in Figure 2. the enclosuremust not admit a sphereof 12. In caseof doubt. High-voltage insulated windings should also be covered by a metal foil. * SeeNote I of Clause3. For machinesof shaft height over 132 mm. The test chamber in which talcum powder is maintained in suspension sievewhosenomrnal wire diameteris 50 irm talcum powder usedis to passa square-meshed and the nominal width betweenwires is 75 pm. The equipment under test is hung inside the chamber and its enclosureis connected to a vacuum pump which maintains inside the enclosurea differential pressureequivalentto not more than a head of 200 mm water. .-19- First characteristic numeral a) Live parts (continued) Test conditions For these tests. In addition.

the moisture contained inside the enclosure may be partly condensed. Second characteristic numeral Test conditions The test is made by means of the equipment shown in Figure 3. if necessary. the base of which must be larger than that of the machine under test. the test is carried out in accordance with the following conditions (5 to 7). All the tests are made with fresh water. Other types of test equipment which produce drops having approximately the same size. the conditions for acceptanceand. the angle of which may reach up to 60" from the vertical. The water pressureis approximately 8 x 104N/m' (0. successively in two planes at right angles. The duration of the test should be sufficient for splashingthe machine from all directions. The water flow is approximately 50 litres per minute. The machine under test is tilted up to an angle of 15' with respectto its normal operating position. The test is made in the same way as for degree of protection 3. except that the machine is splashed from every direction. The test is made by spraying the machine by means of an equipment such that the streamsof water fall on the machine from various directions. using water. The machineunder test is placed in its normal operating position under the dripping equipment. The total duration of the test is 10 min. The support for the machine under test shall be grid-shapedin order to avoid acting as a baffie. if not otherwise indicated. and adjusted so that the dischargecorrespondsto 3 mm of water per minute. The test is made by applying a stream of water from a nozzle of 12.-2rFor degreesof protection 5. The test conditions and duration are the sameas for degree3. .3 kgf/cmz). The test is made by meansof the equipment shown in Figure 3. at a pressureof 3 x 104N/m'(0. the same distribution. the same velocity and direction may be used by agreementbetween manufacturer and user. for test should be subject For degrees8 and W. During the test. The nozde should be held at a distancp of 3 m away from the machine under test. The duration of the test is 10 min. The dqw which may thus be deposited should not be mistaken for an ingress of water. but not less than 10 min. page 30. Test equipments are described as examples in the Appendix. The duration of the test is 10 min.8 kgf/cmz). 6 and 7. The distance from the holes to the machine is approximately I m. adjustedso that the discharge is 3 mm of water per minute. the water flow is smaller than 9 litres per minute.5 mm inside diameter on the machine in all directions. to an agreement between manufacturer and user.

water flow and test duration.Second characteristic numeral Test conditions The test is made by applying a streamof water from a nozzleof 12. 7. . The test is madeby completelyimmersingthe machinein water so that the head of water above the mounting plane of the machine is I m and the upper part of the machine is at least 15 cm below the surface of water. The test is deemedsatisfactoryif no air leaks out during the test.3 kgf/cmz) 105N/mz (1 kgficm2) The distance of the nozzleto the machineunder test. as well as for nozzle dimensions. The duration of the test is I min.for degrees 5 and 6. wasset to 3 m for practicalreasons.1 kgf/cmz). this test may be replaced by the following procedure: The enclbsureshould be testedwith an inside air pressureof about lOaN/m2 (0.if all critical areas such as joints. but not less than 10 min. Notes /. The water flow is approximately 100litres per minute. Test conditions are subject to an agreementbetween manufacturer and user. They may be made on running machines for degrees4 to 6.When the projection area of a machine is greater than I mz. By agreementbetweenmanufacturer and user. the water flow and duration of test are sufficient. this covers most machines.or by the application on to it of a solution of soap in water. The duration of the test should be sufficientfor splashingthe machine from all directions. The duration of the test is 30 min. on a plane parallel to the shaft. packings. - The numeral values shown in the table for water pressure. 2. (1 kgf/cmz). - The measurement of the water pressuremay be replacedby that of the height to which the spray of the nozzle freely rises: lOaN/mz (0. were stated after a careful study.bearings are tested. The nozzle should be held at a distance 3 m away from the machine under test.5 mm inside diameteron the machine in all directions at a pressureof 105N/m.of I m2. It should be noted that the water flow correspondsto an area of projection.2 Stqte of the machine Tesis shall be made on machines not running for all degreesof protection. it may be reducedin order to test the machinefrom every direction.the water just covering the machine. Air leakagemay be detectedeither by submersion.

1 has beencarried out. In the case of a test on a running machine.1 Thc amount of water which has enteredthe machine shall not be capable of interfering rvith its satisfactory operation.2 a).2 a) In the caseof a test on a mechine not running. then subrnittedto a high-r. The test is deemed satisfactorv if these checks show n o d a m a g e a c c o r d i n g t o t h e I E C P u b l i cation 34-1. the windings and live parts shall not be wet and no accumulationoi water which could reach them shall occur inside the enclosure.oltage.257. b) c) . the machineis subjected to the followins tests: 7. al so l eakage al ong the shaft is allowable if provision is made for drainage of this water. the test voltagc being 50 % of the test voltage for a new machine(but not lessthan 125/" of the rateCvoltage).3. test. under rated voitage for 15 min.3. in accorduncc with Sub-clause 7. It is howeverpermissiblefor the bladcs of fans inside rotating machi nes to be w et. only the high-voltage test is made.3. the machine shall be operated under no-lozrd conditions..3 Acceptanceconditions After the test in accordance with Sub-clause 7. 7.

. (See Figure 5.4). They are spreadevenly over the front part of the spray-nozzle.h c a x i s o l ' w h i c l ri s vertical and the height of which may be adjustedand located near the centreof thc serni-circle forrned by the tube. The tube is kept stationary in the vertical plane during the tcst. The tube is oscillatedin both directionswith an angle 180ofrom vertical.3) or withor. Spray-nozzleequipment The test is carried out by splashingthe machine by means of the spray-nozzle shown in Figure 5. either with thc moving shield fitted (degreeIP.i t consi sts of a tube formed into a semi-circle. When the machine is tested according to second numeral 3. page 32.so adjustedas to stop the streamsof water. the duration of a singleoscillationbeing 4 s.rt it (degree IP. which would lall under an angle greater than 60". The number of holes in the spray-nozzleis l2l. held in the hand.t \/' .) The test consistsin splashingthe machine from every direction. In the caseof testing for the secondcharacteristic numeral 4. holes are drilled in the tube up to an angle of 90ofrom vertical. Oscillating tube equipment The equipment shown in Figure 4.to avoid acting as a baffle. the spray-nozzle is equipped with a shield provided with a counterweight. The machineis not moved.5 mm. The machineunder test is mounted in its normal position on a t u r n . page 31. is that describedin IE C P ubl i cati on144. but the turn-table is slowly rotated around its vertical axis. When the machine is testedaccording to secondnumeral 4. the diameter of each being 0.t a b l c t . holes are drilled in the tube trp to an angle of 60o from vertical. 2. In the case of the second characteristic numeral 3. the moving shieldis removed. The support for the machinc under test shall be grid-shaped. -27 - APPENDIX EQUIPMENTSFOR CHECKTNGPROTECTIONAGAINST SPRAYING AND SPLASHING WATER l.the radius of which is as small a s p o s s i b l e t a k i n gi n t o a c c o u n t the dimensions of the machine under test. from the vertical.

1. - Doigt d'6preuve. .05 .-28- Dimensions en millimdtres Dimensions in millimet res :t /-N -+r-+ Matidre isolante I n s u l a t i n gm a t e r i a l Cylindrique Cylindrical \z Sph6rique S ph e r c i al Tol6rances sur les angles + 5' sur les dimensions .2 Tolerances on on angles linear dimensions under 25 mm over 25 mm - 0.2 Frc.inf6rieures ir 25 mm .supdrieures d 25 mm + 0.0.05 + 0. Standard test-finser.

- Appareil pour la v6rification de la protection contre la poussidre. Equipment to prove protection against dust.-29- vitrrSe FenOtre G l a s sw i n d o w '/ l'----- + -t l t r--t---l---'r Compteur de d6bit Air flow meter Pompe d vide Vacuum pump Machine under test L_______J Manomdtre Pressure gauge Poudre de talc Talcum powder Tamis Vibreur Vibrator Wire mesh Pompe de circulation Circulatingpump Dimensions en millimit res Dimensiorrs in ntillimet res Ftc. 2. .

. - Le support doit €tre plus petit que la machine en essai The support must be smallerthan the machine under test. c e s c o u c h e s 6 t a n t s 6 p a r 6 e sp a r u n t r e i l l i sm 6 t a l l i q u e e t d u p a p i e rb u v a r d Layers of sand and gravel to regulateflow of water.-30- C o u c h e sd e s a b l ee t d e g r a v i e r p o u r1 6 9 u l a r i s e l 'r 6coul e m e n t d e I ' e a u . Equipment to prove protection against drops of water. - Appareil pour la vdrification de la protection contre les gouttesd'eau. these layers being separated b y m e t a l l i cg a u z e a n d blottingpaper I Machine en essai Machineunder test I I Dintensiorts en millimit res Dimensiotts in mill imet res Note. 3.

4 D i a m e t e ro f h o l e s 0 . 4.-31 -- D i a m d t r ed e s t r o u s 0 . 4 Dimensions en millimCtres Dimensions in millimetres Secondchiffre caract6ristique Secondcharacteristic numeral Angle d'oscillation Oscillation angle | . - Appareil pour la v6rification de la protection contre I'eau tombant en pluie et contre les projections d'eau. Equipment to prove protection against spraying and splashing'*'ater. . 4 a 180' Demi-angle du secteurportant les trous a Half-angle within wich holes Y are drilled 90" FIc.

Equipment to prove protection against spraying and splashingwater.Appareil pour la v6rification de la protection contre l'eau tombant en pluie et contre les projections d'eau.-32- T u y a uf l e x i b l e Hose Manomdtre gauge Pressure P o m m ed ' a r r o s o i r Spray nozzle R o b i n e td ' a r r d t Cock Masque M o v i n gs h i e l d . v v Diamdtre d D i a m e t eo r 0.5 Vue dans la direction A (masque enlev6) Viewed according to arrow A (with shield removed) Dimensions en millimit res Dimensions in millimetres Masque Moving shield - Aluminium Pomme d'arrosoir Spray nozzle Laiton Brass Flc.t T. 5. I t I t I I I I t- .. _.