Home > Premium Duty >

MAXLite™ 50' 3/4" Hot Water Rubber+™ Hose



 
Alternative Views:


Our Price: $48.98


Product Code: CELSGHW34050
Qty:

Description
 

MAXLite 50' 3/4" Hot Water Rubber+ Hose

Great for jobs both big and small, the MAXLite
Hot Water Rubber+ Hose is designed with a special compound that makes it 2X stronger and 40% lighter than conventional rubber hoses. The hose is hot water rated up to 165° F and can handle temperatures down to -40° F while remaining flexible and light, and easy to handle. Its larger diameter delivers up to 20% more water than a standard 5/8” hose.

The MAXLite heavy-duty hot water hose is built to last with large crush proof aluminum couplings at both ends, providing years of reliability and use. With a burst strength of over 400 PSI, this hot water hose packs enough pressure for heavy-duty jobs, while remaining pliable for tasks in smaller areas.

The MAXLite rubber hose is rated drinking water safe and meets the lead-free standard with the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, making it ideal for commercial use in kitchens and farms, and at home.

50' 3/4" Maxlite HOT WATER rubber+ HOSE FEATURES:

  • Length: 50'
  • Diameter: 3/4"
  • Burst strength: 400+ PSI
  • Meets lead-free standard with Federal Safe Drinking Water Act
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Additional Features:

• 40% lighter than standard rubber hoses

• 2X the strength of traditional rubber hoses

• Crushproof aircraft grade aluminum couplings

Patented hose armour prevents kinking at the spigot


Average Rating: 2 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Could Have Been Better December 10, 2017
Reviewer: Michael from Michigan, United States  
The hose was not as flexible as one would have liked.  It is supposed to be good down to -40, but seemed fairly stiff at +72.

To make it worse, the instructions on the back of the cardboard cover stated "To ensure maximum flexibility, setup should be performed in temperatures above 70 degrees".  However, it failed to explain what "setup" procedure needed to be done.  In point of fact, I  have never heard of any kind of "setup" being needed in over half a century of usage of hoses.

I ordered this 3/4 inch ID hose but found the washers were for a 5/8 inch hose.

All this for an expensive, rubber, premium hose.  Not so good.

Was this review helpful to you?