Rubber hoses

Rubber hose is a hose that is used to transport a variety of media, including gases, oil, petrol, oils, steam and even food products. It all depends on how it is manufactured and what its parameters are. 

You will find a rubber hose practically everywhere — both in industrial plants and in private houses. They may be of a completely simple design (such as a garden hose), or they may have additional reinforcements so that they can withstand very high pressure and extreme temperatures. In our range, you will find a very wide selection of rubber hoses, which are sourced exclusively from reputable manufacturers.

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CHEMICAL RESISTANCE RUBBER HOSE MULTI CHEM UPE ATEX FDA INPART24

MULTI-CHEM UPE ATEX-FDA SD HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

16

Burst Pressure [bar]

64

Inner Wall

UPE

Conductivity

Yes

Suction and discharge hose | Reinforcements: two textile reinforcements, steel spiral | Inner wall: UPE | Outer wall: EPDM | Working Pressure: 16 BAR | Temp. Range: -35 to +100 °C

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CHEMICAL RUBBER HOSE MULTI CHEM UPE EN 12115 INPART24

MULTI-CHEM UPE OHM SD HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

16

Inner Wall

UPE

Conductivity

Yes

Burst Pressure [bar]

64

Suction and discharge hose | Reinforcement: Two textile reinforcements, steel spiral | Inner wall: UPE | Outer wall: EPDM | Working Pressure: 16 BAR | Temperature Range: -35 to +100 °C

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from 96.19zł
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CHEMICAL RESISTANCE RUBBER HOSE MULTI CHEM EPDM 16 BAR INPART24

MULTI-CHEM EPDM OHM SD HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

16

Burst Pressure [bar]

64

Inner Wall

EPDM

Conductivity

Yes

Suction and discharge hose | Reinforcements: Two textile reinforcements, steel spiral | Inner Wall: EPDM | Outer Wall: EPDM | Working Pressure: 16 BAR | Temperature Range: -30 to +100 °C

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from 69.95zł
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MULTIPURPOSE EPDM RUBBER HOSE FOR WATER WITH SPIRAL MULTI WATER SD EPDM INPART24

MULTI-WATER EPDM OHM 10 SD HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

10

Burst Pressure [bar]

30

Inner Wall

EPDM

Conductivity

Yes

Suction and Discharge Hose | Reinforcements: Two textile reinforcements, steel spiral | Inner Wall: EPDM | Outer Wall: EPDM | Working Pressure: 10 BAR | Temperature Range: -35°C to +120°C

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from 57.69zł
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HEAVY DUTY COMPRESSED AIR RUBBER HOSE HEAVY MULTI 20 BAR D INPART24

HEAVY-MULTI 20 D HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

20

Burst Pressure [bar]

60

Inner Wall

SBR

Conductivity

No

Discharge Hose | Reinforcement: Two textile reinforcements | Inner Wall: SBR | Outer Wall: EPDM | Working Pressure: 20 BAR | Temperature Range: -30°C to +80°C

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from 48.90zł
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UNIVERSAL CONDUCTIVE RUBBER HOSE FOR NITROGEN HOT WATER AIR PRESSURE NITRO EPDM 20 AS INPART24

NITRO EPDM 20 AS HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

20

Burst Pressure [bar]

60

Inner Wall

EPDM

Conductivity

Yes

Discharge Hose | Reinforcement: Single textile reinforcement | Inner Wall: EPDM | Outer Wall: EPDM | Working Pressure: 20 BAR | Temperature Range: -40°C to +110°C

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from 39.73zł
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RUBBER LAY FLAT HOSE FOR WATER AIR PRESSURE FLAT HD 16 NBR INPART24

FLAT HD 16 NBR HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

12-16

Burst Pressure [bar]

42-50

Inner Wall

NBR

Conductivity

No

Discharge Hose | Reinforcement: Strong textile reinforcement | Inner Wall: NBR | Outer Wall: NBR | Working Pressure: 12-16 BAR | Temperature Range: -40°C to +100°C

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LAY FLAT RUBBER HOSE EQUIPPED WITH STORZ FLAT EQ HD 16 NBR

FLAT EQ HD 16 NBR STORZ EQUIPPED HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

16

Burst Pressure [bar]

50

Inner Wall

NBR

Couplings

STORZ PN16 ALU

Discharge Hose - STORZ Coupled | Reinforcement: Strong textile reinforcement | Inner Wall: NBR | Outer Wall: NBR | Working Pressure: 16 BAR | Temperature Range: -40°C to +100°C

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RUBBER CLEANING HOSE TO HOT WATER WITH FDA FOOD CERTIFICATION BLUE FOOD D EPDM 110 INPART24

BLUE-FOOD D EPDM 110 HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

10

Burst Pressure [bar]

30

Conductivity

No

Food

Yes

Discharge hose | Reinforcement: strong textile reinforcement | Inner wall: EPDM | Outer wall: EPDM | Working pressure: 10 BAR | Temperature range: -30 to +110 °C

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from 35.63zł
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RUBBER HOSE FOR MILK ALKOHOL DRINKING WATER TRANSPORTATION MILKER BR 10 SD INPART24

MILKER-BR 10 SD HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

10

Burst Pressure [bar]

30

Conductivity

No

Inner Wall

Butyl/IIR

Suction and discharge hose | Reinforcement: strong textile reinforcement, steel spiral | Inner wall: Butyl/IIR | Outer wall: Butyl | Working pressure: 10 BAR | Temperature range: -40 to +120 °C

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from 161.75zł
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Steam Food low-pressure Hose made of EPDM rubber. STEAM FOOD LP 165 INPART24

STEAM FOOD LP 165 HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

7

Burst Pressure [bar]

70

Inner Wall

EPDM

Food

Yes

Discharge hose | Reinforcement: strong textile reinforcement | Inner Wall: EPDM | Outer Wall: EPDM | Working pressure: 7 BAR | Temperature range: -40 to +165 °C

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from 81.21zł
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CONCRETE PLASTER HOSE MORTAT TRANS MIX BUNKER HP 40 D HOSE INPART24

BUNKER HP 40 D HOSE

Working Pressure [bar]

40

Burst Pressure [bar]

120

Conductivity

Yes

Inner Wall

NR

Discharge hose | Reinforcement: two textile reinforcements | Inner Wall: NR | Outer Wall: SBR/NR | Working pressure: 40 BAR | Temperature Range: -30 to +80 °C

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from 78.57zł
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Rubber hoses

The rubber hose can be found in two basic versions:

  • industrial,
  • domestic.

Industrial rubber hose is used in heavy-duty environments such as factories, construction sites, and other environments where they will be exposed to rapid wear and tear. Domestic rubber hose, on the other hand, is designed for private use and less demanding tasks.

Now that you know the difference between an industrial hose and a domestic hose, let's have a closer look at them.

Industrial rubber hoses

As we have already mentioned, industrial rubber hose is used for heavy-duty applications. Therefore, they are often made of thicker, more durable materials. This means they are more resistant to wear and tear, so will last longer in demanding environments.

Industrial rubber hose is also typically wider than domestic hoses, allowing for a higher flow rate.

Some common examples of industrial rubber hose include:

  • air compressor hose — used to transfer air from the compressor to tools or other equipment; 
  • water hose — its purpose is to transfer water for irrigation, construction site, etc. 
  • steam hose — this is used to transfer steam in heating or cleaning work; 
  • welding hose — used to transport welding gases from the tank to the torch.

And when it comes to domestic applications, it is usually a rubber water hose in various configurations.

How is a rubber hose made?

Rubber hose consists of three main components:

  • inner layer, 
  • reinforcement, 
  • outer layer.

The inner layer is usually formed from synthetic or thermoplastic rubber. The reinforcement is in the middle and usually takes the form of a textile or steel braided hose (steel braided rubber hose is usually stronger). The outer layer, on the other hand, is usually made of synthetic rubber, thermoplastic rubber, or polyurethane.

There are also reinforced hoses made from rubber, e.g. with a special spiral made of plastic or metal.

The manufacturer combines the above elements in a process called vulcanization. It consists of treating the rubber with heat and chemicals to increase its strength and durability.

After vulcanisation, the rubber hose is ready for use.

What are the different types of materials used in a rubber hose?

You will find some popular rubber hose materials below:

  • natural rubber — this is a popular material for hoses. Rubber hose is inexpensive and has good abrasion resistance; 
  • butyl rubber — a synthetic rubber that is known for its excellent leak tightness; 
  • neoprene rubber — another synthetic rubber. Neoprene hose shows resistance to heat and weather conditions; 
  • EPDM rubber — another synthetic rubber. EPDM hose has excellent UV and weather resistance.

When choosing a rubber hose, be guided by the nature of the work you are doing. As hoses are made from different materials, they have different strengths and weaknesses.

How do you choose the right rubber hose for your needs?

When choosing a rubber hose, you should consider the following:

  • Hose diameter, 
  • Hose length, 
  • Hose working pressure, 
  • Hose burst pressure, 
  • Temperature range of the hose.

If you are not 100% sure of the specifications for each of these requirements, please contact our expert. We will find a suitable product.

In addition to the above parameters, also consider what type of hose you will need. They are usually divided into three types:

  • industrial rubber hose — these are used in industrial plants, so they are usually made of tough rubber and have a higher maximum working pressure;
  • layflat rubber hose — these are used for low working pressure, so their resistance is lower and the rubber material thinner. Because of this, it is usually a soft rubber hose; 
  • hydraulic rubber hose — specialized hoses for applications where there is high operating pressure. These are usually rubber hoses reinforced properly, so their pressure resistance is very high.

Choosing a suitable product is very important, as the hose must be able to cope with the medium you intend to transport. An ill-fitting hose will quickly become damaged.

FAQ

Which rubber hose is best?

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The best rubber hose is the one that suits your needs. If you need a hose to be used in the garden, simple flexible rubber hoses are best. However, if it is for a more demanding application, a thick reinforced rubber hose will work better.

How much does a rubber hose cost?

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For a rubber hose product, the price depends on a number of factors. It is influenced by the material or purpose of the rubber hose, as well as its thickness and strength.

What is the difference between rubber and PVC hoses?

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The main difference lies in the material from which they are made. This directly translates into their properties and application.