1 1/2" Rack Hose
Made in the "USA" Pin Rack Hose. 1 1/2" all polyester single jacket fire hose specifically designed for interior fire fighting use, pin racks, and/or fire cabinets in buildings and plants. NFPA 1961 standards shall be observed in production and assembly to insure quality and durability. Includes hose and couplings only. Rack hose is also known as cabinet hose and reel hose. This product does not include rack or cabinet; includes hose with attached couplings only.
Brass NH couplings are standard (aluminum available). Brass and aluminum female couplings have two rocker lugs. Hose comes pre-folded and is for emergency fire fighting only.
This hose is not for washdown duties or any other multi-use application; please see our single jacket, double jacket or rubber covered hose for other applications.
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Due to dated nature of this hose returns are not accepted on this product.
- 100% Synthetic all polyester single jacket
- 100% Mildew resistant
- PU liner
- Pre-folded for ease of installation
- FM Approved Standard
- 5 Year warranty
- 250 PSI Service Pressure
- 500 PSI Test Pressure
Available Lengths - 50', 75' and 100'
Available Colors - White
Available Threads - NH/NST or NPSH
Available Couplings - Aluminum or brass
Model Number - RR15-500
Weight Per 50 Foot Section with aluminum couplings - 5.25 pounds
- Interior firefighting
- Apartment buildings
- Office buildings
- Manufacturing Plants
The most common thread type in use by fire departments today is NST or National Standard Thread. NST also goes by the initials NH or National Hose. It can even be referred to as NHT or National Hose Thread but NST or NH is more common these days. NH = NST
The second most common thread is NPSH (also known as IPT). A female NPSH coupling can thread on to a male NPT and seal via gasket if the face of the NPT male is square. NPSH = IPT = SIPT and has the same TPI (threads per inch) as NPT. NPSH is the straight thread version of NPT which is tapered thread and common in non-fire department use.