Booster Hose

Fire Engine Booster Line Hose | Rawhide Fire Hose

Combat fires beyond the basic burn stage or tackle common industrial tasks with booster hose from Rawhide Fire Hose. Our
booster fire hose resists scrapes, scuffs, and scratches, and is built to exceed municipal demands. It can also be used
for water transfer service, wash down, and mop up in industrial settings.

Choose from our selection of booster fire hose below, or contact
for help with ordering.

Booster hose options

Our booster fire hose (BH-500
and BH-800) is built tough, using a red NBR/PVC cover to resist abrasion, while a smooth surface makes it easy to

The lightweight model, BH-600
fire engine booster hose, is engineered with a special helical interior reinforcement to retain its rigid shape.

Customize your fire hose couplings with
available hard-coated aluminum, brass, or chrome-plated brass, depending on fire hose size.

Booster hose benefits

Fire booster hose also:

  • Will not flatten or crush reels
  • Can be fully charged with water while still on the reel
  • Is ideal for brush, refuse, dumpster, and grass fires
  • Is made in the USA

Booster hose FAQs

Q. What is the difference between BH-500, BH-600 and BH-800 Fire Engine Booster Hose?

A. The BH-500 (1-1/2”) is 250 PSI working pressure and BH-800 (3/4” & 1”) is 800 PSI working
pressure. Each hose is several plys thick and is engineered with a rubber outer wall for durability.

The BH-600 is available in 1” and features 300 PSI working pressure. The design and construction makes this
lightweight hose ideal for forestry and field operations.

Q. What lengths is Booster Fire Hose available in?

A. Nominal sizes include 50’, 75’, 100’, 150’ and 200’ lengths.

Rawhide Fire Hose also offers custom lengths of booster hose specific to your application or project.

Q. What chemicals are Booster Fire Hose compatible with?

A. Our BH-500 and BH-800 are constructed with a SBR/NBR liner (styrene-butadiene and nitrile rubber), while the BH-600 features a polyurethane liner.

Refer to this Chemical Resistivity Chart to see what chemicals are suitable for use with each hose.