Welding hose manufacturers produce industrial hoses for a wide variety of applications. These hoses are made from high-quality materials and feature premium construction that is resistant to heat, chemicals, and abrasion. They are designed to transport gases used in welding and other types of industrial processes, including oxy-fuel gas welding. Welding hoses are available in various sizes and connection types, depending on the application.
We offer a wide selection of welding hoses that are designed for use with oxygen and acetylene, and can be made from either rubber or metal. They are rated for pressures up to 200 psi, and can be custom fabricated in lengths from 25 to 50 feet. They can be fitted with a range of connectors, and are available in both male and female versions. Welding hoses are suitable for industrial, construction, and repair work.
Manufacturer of hoses for welding, suction, discharge, chemical and pumping, flame retardant, vacuum and air, fire, fuel and vapor, garden and water spray, low temperature, marine and oilfield use. Also offers pneumatic, hydraulic, and cooling hoses as well as quick connector systems.
Supplier of abrasion-resistant rubber and vinyl welding hoses. Features a steel-wire embedded polyester helix that is bonded to the hose core for strength. Welding hoses are tested and certified to UL and CSA standards, and can be produced in a variety of lengths and diameters. Welding hoses can be fitted with a range of connectors, such as male or female NPT or BSPT fittings and BSP threaded ends.
Gas welding is a popular method of connecting metals, and the right gas welding hose is essential for safety and efficiency. There are several factors to consider when selecting a gas welding hose, including its burst pressure and compatibility with the type of gases you will be using. It is also important to regularly inspect your hose for wear and damage, so that it can be replaced before a problem arises.
There are several different types of gas welding hoses available, and each one has its own benefits and drawbacks. For example, rubber welding hoses are lightweight and long-lasting, but they may not be compatible with all types of gases. Metal gas welding hoses are heavier and less flexible, but they are more durable and can withstand higher temperatures.
Twin welding hoses are color-coded and designed for oxy/fuel gas welding applications. They are typically sold in red and green configurations to indicate the type of gas being transported – a red hose is used for acetylene, while a green hose is used for oxygen. They are also available in A, B, and C connections to match the hose to your torch or regulator. Each of these connections consists of a swivel nut, nipple with a seating surface, and a hose clamp or ferrule. Each of these parts is matched to the internal seat on the torch or regulator connection, and is designed to provide maximum safety and performance.