Operator Hose 1/4in Water Fed Delivery 250ft Yellow Rubber
- This is yellow rubber hose for water fed pole hose from the vehicle to the windows
- 1/4 inch id hose offers great flow for 200ft for a single operator
- Long Lasting Quality hose manufactured for Tucker
1/4in ID HiFlo Water Fed yellow delivery hose
This hose is a great delivery hose to support a single water fed pole working up to 250 feet way.
No pressure loss when working across a level field, you lose 5 PSI for every 10 feet of rise on the way to the operator.
Enjoy good flow for a single operator while at the same time enjoying the light weight of this hose.
When used with a Flow controller the the typical setting for flow will be at 75 on the flow readout or less
This hose has 1/4in male pipe fittings on the end.
Use a 1/2in to 1/4in Bushing for most Reels on one end
There are 1/4 inch Female to Garden hose adaptors available as well
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