What is an orifice and a mouthpiece? The orifice is a small opening in the wall or base of a vessel through which the fluid flows. A mouthpiece is an attachment in the form of a small tube or pipe fixed to the orifice. Its length is usually two to three times the diameter of orifice. It is used to increase the amount of discharge.

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