Hosetails

Hosetail is a hose connector that allows the hose to be connected to the pipework by means of a suitable thread. Hosetails come in a wide variety of types, which differ both in construction and in the material of manufacture, or even in the version of the end (thread). Therefore, choosing the right hosetail depends only on your needs.

In our offer you will find hose ends in a wide range of sizes, shapes and diameters. They are also available in many material versions. This makes it easy for you to choose a hosetail that will suit your installation. We also guarantee high quality with all standards and norms. This is ensured by the renowned stub manufacturers we work with.

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HOSE FITTING WITH FEMALE THREAD AND SMOOTH TAIL FOR SAFETY CLAMPS STAINLESS STEEL SS 316 INPAR2T4

HOSE FITTING WITH FEMALE THREAD AND SMOOTH TAIL - SS 316

Material

SS 316

Thread type

female BSP

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HOSE FITTING WITH FEMALE THREAD AND SMOOTH HOSE TAIL FOR SAFETY CLAMPS BRASS INPART24

HOSE FITTING WITH FEMALE THREAD AND SMOOTH TAIL - BRASS

Material

brass

Thread type

female BSP

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HOSE FITTING WITH MALE THREAD BSP AND SMOOTH HOSE TAIL FOS SAFETY CLAMPS STAINLESS STEEL SS 316 VSL INPART24

HOSE FITTING WITH MALE THREAD AND SMOOTH TAIL - SS 316

Material

SS 316

Thread type

male BSP

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HOSE FITTING WITH MALE THREAD BSP AND SMOOTH HOSE TAIL FOR SAFETY CLAMPS BRASS VSL INPART24

HOSE FITTING WITH MALE THREAD AND SMOOTH TAIL - BRASS

Material

brass

Thread type

male thread bsp

MATERIAL: BRASS | OUTER THREAD BSP | SMOOTH HOSE TAIL FOR SAFETY CLAMPS AND CRIMPING ASSEMBLY

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HOSE FITTING WITH MALE THREAD BSP AND SERRATED TAIL FOR SAFETY CLAMP STAINLESS STEEL SS 316 INPART24

HOSE FITTING WITH MALE THREAD AND SERRATED TAIL - SS 316

Material

SS 316

Thread type

male BSP

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HOSE BARB FITTING WITH MALE THREAD FROM STAINLESS STEEL INPART24

HOSE BARB FITTING WITH MALE THREAD BSP - SS 316

Material

SS 316

Thread type

male BSP

MATERIAL: STAINLESS STEEL 316 | OUTER THREAD BSP | HOSE TAIL FOR CLAMPS

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HOSE BARB FITTING WITH MALE THREAD FROM BRASS INPART24

HOSE BARB FITTING WITH MALE THREAD BSP - BRASS

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brass

Thread type

male thread bsp

MATERIAL: BRASS | OUTER THREAD BSP | HOSE TAIL FOR CLAMPS

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HOSE BARB FITTING WITH FEMALE THREAD BSP - BRASS

Material

brass

Thread type

female BSP

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Hosetails

How is a hosetail constructed?

A hosetail is usually a one-piece product, but its construction is divided into two distinct segments. These include:

  • hose connector (corrugated or plain), 
  • thread (comes in several different types).

In addition, there are two types of spigots in terms of shape: straight and angled. The first (as you may have guessed) connects the hose to the installation in a straight line. The second, on the other hand, is bent, i.e. it forms an angle (usually 90 degrees).

What materials are used for building hosetails?

Hosetails are available in several material versions:

  • galvanised steel, 
  • stainless steel, 
  • brass, 
  • copper, 
  •  plastic.

Depending on the material chosen, the various hosetails will differ in their properties.

In addition, hose ends for pressure hoses can feature several different thread variations. You will read about them below.

What threads do hosetails have?

Hosetails have several different types of threads. Most popular of these are:

  • Metric threads (DIN) — These are the types of connection that predominate in Europe. They take their name from Germany (DIN, or German Institute for Standardisation) and have a taper of 24 degrees. They come in a light version and a heavy version, which is used for higher working pressures. 
  • BSP threads — These have a British origin, but are very popular throughout Europe and the world. They usually come in a tapered version, but there are also British straight threads. 
  • SAE/JIC threads — They originated in North America and take their name from the Joint Industrial Council (JIC). They are characterised by taper with an angle of 37 degrees and are often referred to as a cup because of their distinctive appearance. 
  • NPT/NPTF threads — Another American thread, but this time in a tapered tubular version. They are very robust, so they are used wherever very high working pressures are involved.

Of course, these are not all the hose connections you will find on the market.  You can also choose from hosetails for fire hose, mining, washing equipment, welding, etc.

How to choose the right hosetails?

When you are choosing hosetails, pay attention to a number of key issues. These include:

  • maximum working pressure (influenced by both the production material and the thread type); 
  • permissible temperature range (directly influenced by the manufacturing material); 
  • diameter and type of thread (choose so that it fits the installation); 
  • diameter of the plug (must correspond to the size of the hose); 
  • length of the plug (depends on the type of hose and assembly method); 
  • manufacturing material (should correspond to the type of medium to be transported).

Take the above points into account, and you will certainly select the right threaded spigot.

How to mount a hosetail ?

How to mount a hosetail largely depends on the type of hose. However, in most cases, it comes down to three methods of proceeding.

The first concerns hosetails with a special safety ring. In this case, all you have to do is insert the evenly cut hose into the ring — and that's it. Under pressure, the hose will automatically become airtight.

Another way is to crimp the hose with a collet. In this case, the hosetail secured by a crimped metal jacket, which guarantees tightness and safety during operation.

The third and final installation method is clamps and clamping rings. You slide them onto the hoses and clamp them using a suitable mechanism (usually a screw lock). This holds the hose end firmly in place. An additional advantage of this method is that most clamping devices do not require the use of sophisticated assembly tools.

FAQ

What is a hosetail?

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A hosetail is a tubular component that forms a connection between the hose and the rest of the installation. It comes in a very wide range of types, so it is very important to choose the right hosetail according to your own needs.

What are the types of hosetails?

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Hosetails are divided according to their construction (angled or straight), the material of manufacture (galvanised steel, stainless steel, brass, etc.) and the type of thread used (European, British, American, etc.). Therefore, before you decide to buy, choose the right hosetail from our shop's range.

Which hose end is high pressure?

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There are at least several types of hose end that are suitable for high-pressure work. However, if you want very robust products, those with NPTF threads are best. Some stubs in this group can withstand pressures of up to several hundred bar and more.