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Niedner ReelTex Booster Hose 3/4"x100' NST Red 1" Couplings

Niedner ReelTex Booster Hose 3/4"x100' NST Red 1" Couplings

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Product Code: 3207

Niedner Reeltex Booster Hose 3/4" x 100'

A unique single jacket hose designed for use on hose reels, without the weight of traditional hard rubber hose. REELTEX® handles easily and is an excellent choice for CAF system use. It is made of 100% polyester construction, with helical reinforcement, and red ENCAP treatment. Initially designed for wild land use, REELTEX® may be used in other applications but has limitations that should be taken into consideration. When using REELTEX® with foam eductor systems, normal hose lay limits may change. Note reel diamter minimum requirements in chart below. Patent No. 2168497.


  • The hose shall be a single jacket construction of 100% virgin spun polyester, red ENCAPTM treated, combined with a special helical interior reinforcement.
  • There shall also be a minimum of 12.5 filler yarns per inch in the jacket.
  • The thickness of the lining shall be 0.028" (711 µm) minimum and it shall be constructed of lightweight extruded T.P.U. elastomer.
  • The outside jacket shall be treated with red ENCAPTM elastomer which shall completely encapsulate the jacket fibers and not merely surface coat the jacket.
  • The hose service temperature range shall be -60°F to 140°F (-50°C to 60°C).
  • The hoses exterior can melt at 500°F (260°C) and burn at 550°F (287°C).
  • FM abrasion test of 15,000 cycles minimum.
  • At 600 PSIG (4200 kPa), its elongation shall not exceed 8% of the initial hose length, it shall not warp more than 20 inches (51 cm) and should not rise from the test table.
  • The hose shall not twist more than 9 turns per 50 ft (15,2 m) while at 600 PSIG (4200 kPa).
  • Minimum service test pressure of 300 PSIG (2100 kPa).
  • Minimum proof test pressure of 600 PSIG (4200 kPa).
  • Minimum straight burst test pressure of 1800 PSIG (12600 kPa).
  • The hose while curved to a radius of 27" (69 cm) shall not burst at less than 1800 PSIG (12600 kPa).
  • Meets or exceeds NFPA 1961 specifications.