- Specially Designed for Firefighting - Fast Deployment and Retrieval
- UL Listed Version Available for 1 1⁄2” and 2 1⁄2”-65mm Sizes
- BS 6391:2009 Type 3 certified by Global Mark (1 1⁄2", 1 ¾", 2", 2 1⁄2"-64mm and 2 ¾")
- UNE 23091-2A Certified (1 ¾" and 2 ¾")
Brick Red is the standard color.
Other colors available on request.
Designed and recommended for firefighting, especially in municipal fire departments, petrochemical and nuclear plants, navies and other industrial services.
Made from circularly woven 100% high tenacity synthetic yarn, completely protected and locked-in by tough, highly resistant synthetic nitrile rubber & PVC blend, extruded through the weave, forming a single homogenous construction without the use of glues or adhesives.
a. Ultimate Tensile Strength of the lining: Minimum guaranteed value of 1750 psi (12,000 kPa ).
b. Ultimate Elongation:
In very extreme conditions where abrasion is the most serious concern ARMTEX ONE will extend hose life. Excellent abrasion resistance when tested according to FM2111 and UL19 abrasion tests.
Service Temperature Range:
-22ºF (-30ºC) to 176ºF (80ºC). Special versions for higher and lower temperatures available upon request.
No visible signs of cracking appear on the lining or cover when tested in accordance with ASTM D518 Procedure B, 100pphm / 104ºF (40ºC).
Exposure to seawater and contamination by most chemical substances, hydrocarbons, oils and greases has no effect on the short or long term performance of the hose. A chemical resistance chart is available and TIPSA will supply specific chemical resistance data when requested by the purchaser for unique applications.
The hose is capable of withstanding a surface temperature of 1112º F (600ºC) for a minimum of two minutes without rupture or damage to the synthetic reinforcement when subjected to static pressure of 100 psi (700 kPa).
Standard 50ft (15m), 100ft (30m), 200ft (60m). Special lengths such as 330ft (100m) and 660ft (200m) are also available upon request.
As requested by the customer: NH-Rocker Lug, Storz, Guillemin, Barcelona, etc.