Compressed Air Hose


The Compressed Air Hose is designed for heavy-duty applications in the field of compressed air handling.

Typical Uses: Compressed air tool.

Markets: Agriculture, construction, manufacturing, mining, quarries, oil, and gas.

Fittings/Hose Tails: Ground joint with bolted clamps, malleable iron, and king combination.


Inner Tube: Black, smooth blended NR, SBR rubber, oil mist resistant.

Reinforcement: High-strength synthetic cord.

Cover: Yellow wrapped abrasion resistant cover, resistant to weather and ozone. Oil mist resistant.


Heavy-duty compressed air hose used with pneumatic tools and other general pneumatic applications.

Temperature Range: Min -22°F up to 176°F Max Intermittent.


Hose whip checks should be used on air assemblies.

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Typical Uses: Air tools and compressors, water discharge, cooling lines, oils, gasoline and diesel transfer, herbicides and pesticides

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Typical Uses: Air tools, low pressure pneumatic systems, robotic welders, water, oil and mild chemical solutions

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Typical Uses: Abrasive dry materials, cement, lime, powders, silica, in-plant transfer, loading and bulk transport trucks

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Industrial Hose Catalog

Our selection of industrial hoses used for heavy-duty purposes. Here you’ll find each hose as well as the industries that typically use them, their specific information like working pressures, minimum bend radiuses, and more.

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