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7F (187 FORESTRY HOSE)

POLYESTER SINGLE JACKET FORESTRY HOSE

Strong, portable and lightweight for easy transport, 7F is the dependable, all-synthetic fire hose with a polyurethane lining inside a polyester jacket that meets the USDA Forest Service Specification 5100-187 for Synthetic Lined fire hose. It is ideal for traditional Type 1 specifications. Available in 50′ or 100′ lengths, 7F includes aluminum rocker lug or ¼ turn forestry couplings.

  • Super Tough. Polyester single jacket polyurethane hose and liner is light in weight and heavy on rugged dependability on the fireground.
  • High-Performance. Works hard in temperatures from -40° to 150°F (-40° to 66°C), meeting USDA 5100-187 latest revision Forest Service specifications.
  • One Year Warranty.

HOSE SIZING AND SPECIFICATION

Size Service Test Proof Test Burst Weight
(For 50′ Coupled)
Flat Width ID* Bowl Size
IN PSI (kPa) PSI (kPa) PSI (kPa) LBS (KG) IN IN IN
1″ 300 (2068) 600 (4137) 900 (6205) 5 (2.3) 1.63″ 1.03″ 1 5/32
1 1/2 300 (2068) 600 (4137) 900 (6205) 7 (3.2) 2.50″ 1.53″ 1 3/4

*ID values derived from product specification with allowable manufacturing tolerances. For specific ID tolerance range for products please contact engsupport@snaptitehose.com

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

  • White (uncoated)

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HOW TO ORDER

Type Hose ID by Hose Length Color Coupling Size Thread Type Coupling Material
7F 10 = 1″

15 = 1 1/2

X 50 = 50′

100 = 100′

W = White
(uncoated)
10 = 1″

15 = 1 1/2

N = NH

I = IPT

QT = Quarter Turn

Aluminum
Part No. Example:
7F 10 X 50 W 10 N

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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