5/8” X 50’ Layflat Garden Hose
The 5/8” layflat garden hose meets and exceeds all performance requirements of Federal specification NSN# 4210-01-167-1061. This Layflat garden hose comes with brass GHT couplings complete with gaskets, and strain reliefs at each coupling. This hose is engineered to maintain flexibility in temperatures down to -20 degrees Fahrenheit. The working pressure is an impressive 300-psi, featuring a burst pressure of 900 psi at 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Circular woven fire hose technology
- High tensile all polyester woven jacket
- High tensile polyurethane NSF liner
- Brass GHT threaded couplings complete with gasket and strain reliefs
- Polyurethane lining made from high tensile TPU compounded
- Resists ozone
- Working pressure of 300-psi (Avg water pressure is 70 to 90)
***To prevent kinking, this hose must be rolled out completely before pressurizing with water.***
1″ Rubber Covered Hose
This hose is manufactured to meet or exceed NFPA standard 1961, engineered to be durable and designed to remain flexible. Built to resist ozone, oxidation and most chemical / petroleum products. Made tough for extended service in rigorous use, yet virtually maintenance free.
This hose is constructed from 100% synthetic yarn combined with nitrile rubber. Thru-the-weave manufacturing utilizes a circularly woven frame that is completely locked in with tough nitrile rubber to produce a single homogeneous unit. The laminated process consists of a 3-ply system, independently extruded and double vulcanized for maximum durability. The longitudinal ribbing reduces drag and provides for long service. The twill weave of the reinforcement resists puncture.
The tensile strength is 1500 PSI or greater, ultimate elongation is 400% minimum and the smooth nitrile rubber yields durability while minimizing pressure drop. This hose remains flexible down to – 35 degrees F and will resist heat up to 1200 degrees F for two minutes without rupture or damage to the synthetic reinforcement.
300# Service Test Pressure
600# Proof Test Pressure
900# Burst Pressure
– 4 degrees F to +212 degrees F
– 20 degrees C to + 100 degrees C
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