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6P

POLYESTER SINGLE JACKET HOSE

When the going gets tough, the tough choose 6P. Ozone-proof, heavy-gauge hose for hump racks and reels — anywhere double jacket hose will not work, 6P hose is the high pressure hose with enough muscle for industrial firefighting applications. The polyester single jacket construction and Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) rubber liner are tough enough to accommodate chemicals and petroleum-based products, and has an operating pressure of 275 psi (1895 kPa). When treated with optional Dura-Cote™ treatment, 6P gains added heat and abrasion resistance and longer service life.

  • Rugged. Polyester single jacket and EPDM rubber inner liner coating deliver durability and dependability.
  • Upgraded Durability. Optional Dura-Cote™ protective treatment extends the life of the hose, greatly increases abrasion, heat, flame and petrochemical resistance.
  • Rugged. Performs at temperature range -40° to 150°F (-40° to 65°C).

HOSE SIZING AND SPECIFICATION

Size Service Test Proof Test Burst Weight
(For 50′ Coupled)
Bowl Size
IN PSI (kPa) PSI (kPa) PSI (kPa) LBS (KG) IN
1″ 300 (2070) 600 (4140) 900 (6200) 8 (3.6) 1 1/4
1 1/2 300 (2070) 600 (4140) 900 (6200) 9 (4.1) 1 3/4
2″ 300 (2070) 600 (4140) 900 (6200) 14 (6.4) 2 5/16
2 1/2 300 (2070) 600 (4140) 900 (6200) 19 (8.5) 2 13/16

As per NFPA 1961 – The service test pressure is to be 10% greater than the “normal highest operating pressure” at which the hose is expected to be used.

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HOSE COLORS

  • Yellow
  • Red
  • White (uncoated)

POLYESTER SINGLE JACKET HOSE

HOW TO ORDER

Type Hose ID by Hose Length Color Coupling Size Thread Type Coupling Material
6P 10 = 1″

15 = 1 1/2

20 = 2″

25 = 2 1/2

X 50 = 50′

100 = 100′

Y = Yellow

R = Red

W = White
(uncoated)

10 = 1″

15 = 1 1/2

20 = 2″

25 = 2 1/2

N = NH

I = IPT

Blank = Aluminum

BR = Brass Rocker Lug

BP = Brass Pin Lug

Part No. Example:
6P 20 X 50 W 15 N BR

As per NFPA 1961 – The service test pressure is to be 10% greater than the “normal highest operating pressure” at which the hose is expected to be used.

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