Polycarbonate spray nozzle with handle for 2.5" hose, QST (Quebec) thread, fog stream, full stream or complete shut-off


Return conditions : No returnable if used. For more information about our return policy, please refer to the "Orders and Returns" link on the home page

Polycarbonate spray nozzle with handle for 2.5″ hose, QST (Quebec) thread, fog stream, full stream or complete shut-off, sold individually.

QST tread fog nozzle is extremely useful tools for firefighters. They quickly bring fires under control by creating a water mist that cools the affected area and reduces the amount of smoke. Water fog is effective in extinguishing fires because it cools the burning area and reduces the amount of oxygen available to the fire. Hoses are also highly effective in protecting firefighters from flames and heat, by creating a water barrier between them and the fire. These handles are easy to grip, facilitating the user's progress.

  • Projects a mist or full stream, or closes completely.
  • QST tread, for the province of Quebec
  • Adjustable flow nozzle with handle
  • Economical nozzle
  • Molded in polycarbonate
  • Maximum flow rate of 150 U.S. gallons per minute at 100 psi (lb/minute)
  • For Class A and B fires only, not ULC approved

Regarding the thread types used in Canada on 2-1/2″ hoses:

Thread types applicable in Canada by province or territory


Provinces or territories

ODM outside diameter

TPI number of threads per inch


Alberta Mutual Aid




British Columbia




Canadian Standard (Ontario)




Standard Quebec




Western Canada Fire Under




Nova Scotia-Zone 1




Quebec / Montreal Combination

3. 031


Special features:
It is important to note that QST tread fog nozzles are not always the best option for extinguishing all types of fire. For example, it is not advisable to use water to extinguish a fire involving combustible metals such as magnesium, titanium, sodium and potassium. In addition, it's important to know how to use a fog stream correctly, and not to fight a fire if you're not sure what you're doing.


Here are some general tips for using a fire hose:

  1. Make sure the hose is connected to a reliable water source. Before using the hose, check that the hose is connected to a reliable water source and that the water pressure is sufficient to supply the hose.
  2. Aim at the base of the flame. When using the lance, aim at the base of the flames rather than the flames themselves. This puts out the fire faster and more effectively.
  3. Use the right type of stream. Depending on the situation, you may need to use either a straight or a diffused stream. A straight stream is more powerful and is used to reach distant areas, while a diffused stream is used to cover a wider area.
  4. Keep a safe distance. When using a fire hose, make sure you keep a safe distance from the fire. This will enable you to work more efficiently and reduce the risk of injury.
  5. Be ready to adjust your strategy. If the situation changes, be ready to adjust your extinguishing strategy. For example, if the fire is spreading rapidly, you may need to change position or use a more powerful stream.

You'll only find QST threading in Quebec, but sometimes you'll come across pieces of equipment with other types of thread.

Other nozzles for other provinces:

IBPL-250CSA: 2-1/2″ Fog/Full stream/Stop, CSA, for the province of Ontario.

IBPL-250BAT: 2-1/2″ Fog/Full These handles are easy to grip, facilitating the wearer's progress. /Stop, AMA/BC, for Western provinces, British Columbia (BCT) and Alberta (Alberta Mutual Aid).

IBPL-250NS: 2-1/2″ Fog/Full stream/Stop, NS, for the province of Nova Scotia.

These products are available on request only through Customer Service.

Maintenance and service life:
Use a soft, damp cloth to clean the nozzle after each use. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasives that could damage the nozzle. Store the nozzle in a dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid leaving the nozzle exposed to extreme temperatures.

Need additional safety equipment? See items; 24″ circular hose reel for double-jacket hose (IBD25), Permatek double-jacket fire hose, 2.5″ x 50′ (BM5025), external plastic threaded plug for QST threaded fireman's coupling (ICC251), aluminum fireman's fitting poster for siamese connection (EI301-12), 10 lb Class ABC ULC 6A-80BC fire extinguisher with wall hook (EXABC10), 18″ circular fire hose reel cover (IBC75).

See "Accessories" at the bottom of the page. If you're looking for work equipment, have a look at the following products: Amerex 862 vehicle hook for 10 lb portable extinguisher (CUNV10) and the combined hose and hydrant wrench (ICC250H).

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Type of productSafety equipment
Main categoryFire protection
Sub categoryFire hoses and accessories
Product codeIBPL-250QST
Approved/CertifiedFor Class A and B fires only, NOT ULC approved
Operating flow rate150 gallons US/minute (GPM) at 100 psi (max)
Type of threadQST Quebec Standard (Quebec)
WashableHand wash with warm water and soap
Diameter (po/cm)2.5 in / 6.35 cm
Length (in/cm)9 in / 22.8 cm
Width (in/cm)8 in / 20.3 cm
Height (in/cm)6 in / 15.2 cm
Weight (lb/kg)0.9 lb / 0.40 Kg
Return conditionsNo returnable if used. For more information about our return policy, please refer to the "Orders and Returns" link on the home page


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