Hose 1/2in Clear Braided
- High Pressure Braid Reinforced Clear PVC Tubing.
- 200psi rating, 600psi burst Clear Braid Hose
- Includes Brass Male and Female Garden Hose Ends
- Commercial Quality Supply Hose for Tank Filling or Vehicle Water Source
- Temperature range: 32°f to 140°f
$0.95 - $312.30
Hose 1/2in Clear Braided Continental
Industrial Clear Braided PVC Hose
Clear Braided hose is easier to use and manage around a work site. Lighter that rubber hoses but still durable.
Includes Brass Garden Hose Fittings , 1 Male and 1 Female Swivel Garden Hose fitting.
1/2in hose in commercial cleaning is typically used for spraying lines from the service vehicle out to the work surface.
Clear braided PVC hose used for a variety of light duty, non-potable water, diluted chemicals, or other applications across various industries. NOT for use in food grade applications, potable water, Made of high purity compounds for a long lasting hose in commercial use. Clear Braid
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