Lightweight booster firefighting hose. A multipurpose, lightweight, rigid attack hose that meets the needs of municipal and forestry market applications only.
This hose is NOT recommended to be used in any industrial applications or businesses that drag hoses over asphalt or concrete. This is not the heavy rubber more durable traditional booster hose.
This booster hose is a lightweight rigid hose that is easy to maneuver. For rough use our standard heavy-duty rubber or heavy-duty high pressure booster fire hose is recommended.
This uniquely constructed product features an all polyester cover for heat and abrasion resistance, along with a special helical interior reinforcement to retain its rigid shape. This thin-walled polyurethane lined hose, is the most durable lightweight booster hose on the market.
One inch lug less field serviceable couplings are standard. Couplings are seamless extruded aluminum.
Recommended reel size is 12" minimum.
- Lightweight firefighting needs
- Rapid deployment
- Specifically designed for skid units
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1" Hose Male Couplings
- Inside diameter of a male coupling - 1 inch
- Outside diameter of a male NH / NST coupling - 1.375 inches (8 Threads per inch)
- Outside diameter a male NPSH or NPT coupling - 1.295 inches (11.5 Threads per inch)
- 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. For example, a male NPSH coupling will NOT thread into a female metal or pvc pipe.
- The female side of a garden hose will only connect to a male garden hose connection.
- The male side of a garden hose will only connect to a female garden hose connection.
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