- Reinforced polyurethane air hose for outdoor contractor or indoor industrial use
- Polyurethane tube and cover for durability, flexibility in cold weather, and resistance to weathering, abrasion, oil, and kinks
- Integrated braided nylon reinforcement for strength
- Temperature range of -40 to +165 degrees F
- Two 1/4" factory-installed, brass MPT reusable strain relief fittings
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Coilhose Pneumatics PFE40504T Flexeel Reinforced Polyurethane Air Hose, 1/4-Inch ID, 50-Foot Length with (2) 1/4-Inch MPT Reusable Strain Relief Fittings, Transparent Blue
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Coilhose Pneumatics|
|Maximum Pressure||200 PSI|
|LowerTemperature Range||-40 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||165 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|UPC||029292531122 , 029292503143 , 029292100816|
|EAN||0029292503143 , 0029292100816 , 0029292531122|
|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Manufacturer Series Number||Flexeel|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Manufacturer|
|Material Type||Reinforced Polyurethane/Brass|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||1/4" NPT Male|
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Dragging my rubber 3/8" hose around was inconvenient, but the real drag was navigating it on a ladder or scaffold. The Flex eel ¼" hose was super light and flexible.
As soon as I received it, I laid it in the sun for about 1 hour, and then wound it back up using large loops. I have not had the least suggestion of a kink, in fact I feel it is much less kink prone than my rubber hoses.
Initially I planed to use it for my finish, siding and brad nailers/staplers, but have found there is adequate pressure to facilitate framing and concrete nailers. I don't foresee using my rubber hoses again...
There is also a very easy fix for kinked/tangled hose: you need to stretch the hose over its entire length, doing 2-3 feet at a time. You will hear a slight poping/crackling as you do it. Afterwards, the hose should lose its tendancy to coil up.
~ Quality manufactured in the USA
~ Easy to handle
~ Coils up in less than a minute at the end of the day into a 5 gallon bucket
Once you've used one of these, you won't want to bother even keeping your old rubber air hose around as a standby!
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Fort Collins CO
I purchased mine at a local tool supplier for a better price than Amazon. I noticed that Lowe's is carrying PVC hoses that look like the flexeel, but I am skeptical. The flexeel is polyurethane.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice lightweight hose. It's pretty sticky so it grabs itself and other stuff all the time. Doesn't lay flat very well. Best used in overhead work.Published 6 days ago by Sean H
Hose is very flexible and lightweight. I bought this to use outdoors and so far it has remained flexible in the cold (-10°F). Read morePublished 16 days ago by Johnny
Actually use this hose for water supply line. Lightweight works great.Published 1 month ago by Bobby
This air hose is working out very well. There isn't much to say about it other than it works. It allows me to reach all the tires around my RV from the air compressor up by the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Greg
The pro's outweigh the cons on this hose. It's very lightweight, easy to coil and transport, it's reasonably tough having been dragged over concrete and decking for a while with no... Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. M. Harman
Nice line. Still keeps a memory by not to bad. Does not lay perfectly flat right now.
I think one it breaks in it'll be ok