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Orange Nozzle for Caulk Gun - Albion 235-3
Quality plastic orange cone nozzle that's tough enough to use against surfaces such as brick or concrete. Easily cut to size with a utility knife. Fits all standard Albion bulk or sausage guns with a #421-G01 ring cap.
Bent Nozzle for B-Line Sausage Gun - Albion 935-4
45° Bent nozzle for hard to reach areas. Plastic is easily trimmed with a utility knife to desired size. Fits B-Line sausage guns. 7" long: 1.5" straight then 5.5" additional after 45 degree bend.
White Cone Nozzle for Caulk Gun - Cox 2N1007
Handy slim plastic cone nozzle easily snaps on for quick application of your sealants; polyurethanes, adhesives and caulk. The cone nozzles are simple to cut with a utility knifes to the diameter of your preference.
Yellow Cone Nozzle for Caulk Gun - Cox 2N1006
Large plastic cone nozzle for bulk and sausage caulking applications where wide beads of caulking material are needed. Fits most sausage and bulk guns with screw-on ring caps andcan be cut to deliver a bead from 1/8″ to 1-5/16″ or 3 to 33 mm in diameter.
Slim Bent Cone Nozzle - Albion 935-1
$1.70 - $42.50
Extend any plastic cartridge nozzle to dispense in difficult situations. For 1/10 gallon cartridges. Total length is 7". Base is 4.5", then turns 45 degrees and extends another 2.5".
Slim Bent Cone Nozzle - Albion 935-3
Its 45 degree angle allows you the additional reach and ability to get around corners. Reduces strain by getting rid of the need to hold dispensing guns at awkward angles. Trim with utility knife to achieve desired opening hole. 7" long: 1.5" straight then 5.5" additional after 45 degree bend.
Ribbon Bead Nozzle - Albion 1018-G01
Plastic nozzle for applying 1/8" thick ribbons of sealant. Width is 2" but can be modified with utility knife to dispense up to 4" wide. Works with sausage, bulk and quart cartridge guns. Designed to apply liquid air barrier sealants and flashings faster than with a trowel.
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