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  1. ClearReflectionAlex

    A bit of hose reel advice

    Hi guys. New here. I have a WFP system with Gardiner pole. Tank, pump, resin in the van etc. My question is what hose you guys run on your reels? My pole is light but my hose is heavy, i want the lightest hose I can get but is still durable eg dragging around and getting run over by cars when its across the street. Seen some 6mm code red microbore? Yey or nay? Also will having a thinner hose affect pressure? Im guessing not. Thanks
  2. I'm switching out my pole hose and want a good hose for the univalve with a tubeless setup. As it will only be inside the pole, flexibility doesn't matter. Was thinking the Gardiner's orange PU hot water hose. Question is what size barb do I want on the hosetail barb to fit it? I don't want to use O rings if I can avoid it. The id of the hose is 5.5mm. The Barbs come in 5mm and 6mm. Which is best? Thanks
  3. Brand new and unused. £85 Collection only from OX25.
  4. Hi, im working on a new estate that is being build and I regularly have heavy vehicles drive over my microbore hose with no issues. Today a drain cleaning truck turned up and my hose was across the road. He stopped and leaned out and asked me about it and I was going to just say drive over but I asked him how much it weighed and he said over 28 tons! Which is surprising seen as it's a little smaller than a dustbin truck. Must be coz it's full of water and sewage.. So anyhow I moved the hose out of the way pretty sharpish! Question is, what's the heaviest thing that can drive over your hose without damaging it?
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