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2" Rubber Covered Fire Hose

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Product Description

Our rubber covered lay flat hose is a synthetic, single-jacket hose with a nitrile/PVC rubber lining and cover. The outside jacket offers superior resistance to acids, alkalis, oils, gasoline and ozone. Meets NFPA 1961 standards. All weather performance from -36F to 1200F.

Note:  2" NH is available but rare. Please see our Adapter Guide at top of page to verify thread dimensions. Call to order.


  • 2 inch NPSH Threaded Fittings
  • 10 Year Warranty
  • Nitrile/PVC Through-The-Weave
  • Rubber Covered Construction
  • NFPA Compliant Attack Hose
  • Resistance to sea water
  • Lightweight
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Heat Resistance
  • Maintenance Free

Test Ratings

  • 300 PSI Service Pressure
  • 600 PSI Test Pressure
  • 900 PSI Burst Pressure

Available Lengths - 25, 50, and 100 feet (75 feet available upon request)

Available Colors - Yellow and red

Available Couplings - 2" Aluminum is standard. (1.5" is available)

Available Threads - NH/NST or NPSH (A female NPSH coupling can thread onto a male PVC or metal pipe.)

Weight Per 100 Foot Section Uncoupled Hose - 42 pounds

Coil Size-Coupled Per 50 Feet Lengths - 17 inches


  • The female side of a NH / NST coupling will only connect to a male NH / NST connection
  • The male side of a NH / NST coupling will only connect to a female NH / NST connection
  • The female side of a NPSH coupling will only connect to a male NPT pipe or a male NPSH connection
  • The male side of a NPSH coupling will only connect to a female NPSH connection. It will NOT thread into a female NPT pipe


  • Municipal Fire Departments
  • Pre-connected cross-lays, jump and attack lines
  • Pre-connect front bumper attack line
  • Rapid intervention (RIT) hose
  • De-contamination / wash down
  • Crash Fire Rescue
  • Municipal attack lines
  • Petro- Chemical Fire Protection
  • Shipboard Firefighting
  • Well Protection

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

Warranty Information

All municipal hoses have a full ten-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.