RS PRO Air Hose Natural Nylon 5mm x 30m NMF Series
- RS Stock No.:
- RS PRO
- COO (Country of Origin):
|Reel(s)||Per Reel||Per Metre*|
|1 - 4||£25.76||£0.859|
|5 - 9||£24.98||£0.833|
RS Pro Nylon Air Hose
Brought to you by RS Pro, a range of nylon air hoses. Suitable for applications requiring a precise and secure connection. Both Type 11 and Type 12 versions are available, providing solutions for areas requiring low toxic and food safe equipment (type 11). And also the more standard hose, which is perfect for various environments. All models are highly reliable and excellent quality.
Features and Benefits
Flexible, lightweight and durable over a wide temperature range
Mirror smooth inner for improved flow
Manufactured from heat and light stabilised Type 12 Nylon to precise tolerances
Resistant to a wide range of chemicals
High resistance to moisture absorption
Excellent abrasion resistance
4:1 safety factor
What is an air hose?
An air hose is a tube which transports air or gas from a device, like a gas canister, air compressor or other types of air tools. A robust and reliable air hose is absolutely essential to maintaining a consistent airflow. Something which these RS Pro hoses will provide. Materials can range from rubber, which is the most common, to PVC and even nylon.
What are these hoses used for?
With the correct fittings, barbecues and foot pumps are some common items you would find utilising a rubber air hose. From schools, to laboratories and even the automotive industry are place where these hoses are found. As as example, some different types include:
Air brakes for lorries, buses and other HGVs
Workshop air compressors and paint sprayers
Jackhammers and other heavy duty construction tools
Tyre inflation pumps - with connectors on both ends
Stock 4835557 - Bend Radius 35mm
BS 5409(pt1) 1976-ISO7628/1
Push-in System - Nylon Tube
All coils shown are non anti-static.
|Hose Inside Diameter||3.3mm|
|Hose Outside Diameter||5mm|
|Application||Air Brake, Fuel & Lube Applications, Industrial & Automotive Production Lines, Instrumentation & Secondary Air Systems|
|Maximum Operating Pressure||24 bar|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-40°C|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+80°C|
|Special Features||Abrasion Resistant|
|Number of Tubes||1|