1/2″ Piranha Hose
$1,650.00 – $2,300.00
500′ of PIRANHA 1/2″ high pressure jetting hose is available with 4000 PSI and 5000 PSI working pressure – green and red. Please select your desired working pressure, click “ADD TO CART” and we will have your hose delivered directly to you.
4000 working pressure with 16,000 burst pressure. High Pressure Jetting Hose is a wear item that requires occasional replacement. It has always been impossible to predict or define the lifespan of high pressure sewer jetting hose due to numerous field conditions encountered and operator negligence. Most damage to high pressure jetting hose result from the non-use of Tiger Tail Hose Guides that will result in hose ruptures. Hose due to damage or multiple hose punctures is costly, not only for the replacement of the high pressure jetting hose but the loss of productivity and revenue.
US Jetting maintains a wide range of high pressure jetting hose in inventory for immediate same day shipping. Inventory includes 1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″ and 1″ hose diameters with lengths of 250′, 500′ & 600′ feet.
1/2″, 3/4″ & 1″ High Pressure Sewer Jetting Hose – Same Day Shipping Available.
All US Jetting High Pressure Jetting Hose is designed and manufactured to provide long working life and maximum safety. All US Jetting high pressure jetting have a minimum burst rating of 2-1/2 time the rated working pressure of the hose. The standard US Jetting 1/2″ diameter high pressure hose has a working pressure of 4,000 PSI with a minimum burst rating of 16,000 PSI.
All US Jetting hose is constructed with a thermoplastic inner core tube. The inner core tube is wrapped with a woven multi layer textile mesh reinforcement to reduce core expansion, prevent rupture and to provide flexibility. A second, thinner layer of woven textile material is then installed for the outer thermoplastic coating to bond to. The two textile layers are not bonded together, this allows the high pressure hose to expand and contract. Wire braid or mesh is not used to manufacture high pressure jetting hose (unlike high pressure hydraulic hose) to reduce hose weight per foot.