Since 1976, Rawhide Fire Hose has provided high-quality fire equipment for industrial and municipal use, including double jacket 600 lb test, rubber-lined double jacket hoses available in 4″.
These premium-quality double jacket hoses are abrasion resistant and manufactured per NFPA 1961 standards. Our double wall fire hoses are engineered for prolonged storage and a potential service life of 10 years, notwithstanding mistreatment and/or misuse, and defective hose, couplings and configurations will be replaced at no charge.
Tough Double Jacket Hose Construction
These double wall hoses are free of defects and woven evenly from spun polyester yarn that offers superior strength and wear characteristics. The warp yarn is standard 100% polyester, while the filler yarns are high-strength, low-elongation filament polyester to reduce weight and increase flexibility. In addition, the double jacket hoses are treated to resist mold and mildew.
The rubber lining of these double wall jacket fire hoses consist of a single-ply, extruded, synthetic EPDM tube, compounded to resist ozone. Under this specification, the construction of this double jacket hose features fully-backed manufacturing.
Unique Double Wall Hose Characteristics
As required per specification, these double wall fire hoses are available with expansion ring-threaded aluminum or brass, storz and shank threaded or cam-lock. Our double jacket fire hoses meet NH/NST standards and are available in custom thread patterns upon request.
Rated for 400 pound service test pressure, 600 pound proof test pressure and 1350 pound burst pressure, these double jacket fire hoses come standard in white, but are available in other colors upon request. Standard lengths for our double wall fire hose are 50’ and 100’, with custom lengths available.
Double Jacket Fire Hose That Meets Standards
These double wall hoses meet the standards and specifications of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL), including UL-19 (tensile strength & elongation) for rubber-lined hoses, and are temperature rated for -40°F to 180°F (-40°C to 82°C).
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