White 1 1/2" x 50' Single Jacket USCG / UL Hose (Brass NPSH Couplings)

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    Weight: 18.00 Lbs

    • Made in the USA
    • Hose Size - 1.5 inches (Inside Diameter)
    • Hose Length - 50 feet (Approximately)
    • Male Coupling - Brass 1.5 inch NPSH
    • Swivel Female Coupling - Brass 1.5 inch NPSH
    • The Female Coupling Will Only Connect To A Male 1.5 NPT or NPSH
    • Compatible Nozzle - 1.5 inch NPSH only
    • Hose Type - Polyester Single Jacket (Mildew Resistant)
    • Color - White
    • Liner - EPDM Rubber
    • Approximate Width Laying Flat - 2.5 inches
    • Service Pressure - 250 PSI
    • Proof Test Pressure - 500 PSI
    • Burst Test Pressure - 750 PSI
    • UL Listed and Labeled

    Our 1.5 inch "Made in the USA" fire hose is manufactured to this specification shall meet and exceed all performance requirements of NFPA 1961 and Underwriter’s Laboratories standards. Hose shall be listed as an approved USA/ULC product. Manufactured to UL-19 standards as specified in "CFR 118.320 Fire Hoses and Nozzles".

    NOTE: UL listed hoses are now stenciled. Rubber labels are now longer available. The most common 1.5" marine hose is coupled with brass NPSH threads. Please verify thread type before ordering.

    U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Approved Fire Hose Requirements

    • Brass Couplings
    • Length of 50 Feet
    • Diameter - 1 1/2 inches
    • Labeled UL-19


    • Marine

    Test Ratings (Water Only With Expansion Ring Couplings)

    • Service Pressure (A 3-minute hydrostatic test conducted by users on in-service hose to determine suitability for continued service)
    • Proof Test Pressure (A pressure equal to a least two times the service test pressure)
    • PSI Burst Test Pressure

    Code of Federal Regulations Title 46, Part 118 - Fire Protection Equipment, Subpart C - Fire Main System, Section 188.320 Fire hoses and Nozzles

    (a) A fire hose with a nozzle must be attached to each fire hydrant at all times. For fire hydrants located on open decks or cargo decks, where no protection is provided, hoses may be temporarily removed during heavy weather or cargo handling operations, respectively. Hoses so removed must be stored in nearby accessible locations.

    (b) Each hose must:

    (1) Be lined commercial fire hose that conforms to Underwriters Laboratory (UL) 19 “Lined Fire Hose and Hose Assemblies,” or hose that is listed and labeled by an independent laboratory recognized by the Commandant as being equivalent in performance;

    (2) Be 15.25 meters (50 feet) in length and 40 millimeters (1.5 inches) in diameter; and

    (3) Have fittings of brass or other suitable corrosion-resistant material that comply with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1963 “Fire Hose Connections,” or other standard specified by the Commandant.

    (c) Each nozzle must either:

    (1) Be of a type approved in accordance with approval series 162.027; or

    (2) Be of type recognized by the Commandant as being equivalent in performance.

    [CGD 85–080, 61 FR 917, Jan. 10, 1996; 61 FR 24464, May 15, 1996, as amended at 62 FR 51351, Sept. 30, 1997; 62 FR 64305, Dec. 5, 1997]

    1 1/2" Hose Male Couplings

    • Inside diameter of a male coupling - 1 1/2" inches
    • Outside diameter of a male NH / NST coupling - 1.99 inches (9 Threads per inch)
    • Outside diameter a male NPSH or NPT coupling - 1.87 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

    Any hose found to be defective due to materials and / or workmanship shall be replaced at no charge up to one year. In general, hose warranties cover manufacturing defects leading to hose failure. Wear through and abuse are not covered by warranty.