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ProTool Hose 1/4in 100ft Red Rubber with GH Fittings

Quick Overview

  • Generally used from Purification System to Water Fed pole.
  • Supports a single operator
  • Easy to Coil
  • Abrasion Resistant

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Item #: 150-0202a  UPC : 00669893016408
This is an obsolete Item

1/4" hose is used from the water purification system to the Pole. 1/4in hose like this can support (1) water fed pole operator.

(Use 3/8in or larger to support multiple poles)

Significantly lighter and easier to move around the property than larger diameter hoses.

Imagine how much weight and strain it takes to carry around 100 feet of normal garden hose. This special hoses is perfect for Window Cleaning because it is much lighter and more compact than the average garden hose - making the job easier and more time efficient.

  • Seamless black rubber reinforced with high-tensile nylon cord
  • Flexible in cold temperatures
  • Works with temperature range from 5 degree F to 122 degree F
  • Internal spring coil prevents kinking at faucet
  • Crush-proof fittings
  • Oil and abrasion resistant.
  • Working pressure: 200 PSI, Burst pressure: 900 PSI.
  • Made in the USA by Continental
  • Includes Garden Hose Fitting

Includes: Garden Hose fittings

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