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GLADIATOR (FGN) HOSE

JACKETED THRU-THE-WEAVE NITRILE RUBBER

Ponn Gladiator FGN is our family of exact-ID attack hoses built for low-pressure, high-flow firefighting environments. Built upon the success of our industry leading Gladiator attack hose product, you can count on the Gladiator FGN family to deliver the highest water flows, industry-leading kink resistance, and exceptional durability. Built to last, this rugged hose is constructed with an extruded thruthe- weave nitrile rubber liner with a durable outer polyester jacket providing incredible strength and long-lasting performance. Gladiator FGN products are 100% manufactured, assembled, & tested in Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA – ask our competition where their components are made!

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: 

  • FGN designed for 7/8″ Smooth Tip, to be flowed at 160 gpm flow rate
  • FLOW= 29.71 * (D)^2 * Sq Root (P)
  • A combat attack line designed with a 1.77″ ID waterway to the 143-176 GPM flow model.
  • Highly resistant to both conductive and radiant heat.
  • The Service Test Pressure is 500 PSI, making it a very durable and reliable hose.
  • Performance rated at -20°F to 180°F (-29°C to 82°C).
  • Standard Dura-Cote protective treatment available in NFPA colors.
  • Manufactured in accordance with NFPA 1961 Standard, latest edition within our ISO- 9001:2015 certified quality assurance system.

HOSE SIZING AND SPECIFICATION

Part Number Size Service Test Proof Test Burst Coupling Bowl Size ID Weight Per 50′ Coupled
IN PSI PSI PSI IN IN LBS

FGN17X50_15N

1-3/4″ 500 1000 1500 2-1/8″ 1.75 22

FGN25X50_25N

2-1/2″ 500 1000 1500 2-7/8″ 2.50 35

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
  • Blue
  • Orange
  • Green
  • White (coated)
  • Tan

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