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Service: For bulk transfer of gasoline and fuel oils and other petroleum products by discharge or full suction. Temperature range: -35°F to 200°F.
Service: An extremely flexible and lightweight drop hose for bulk transfer of diesel, ethanol, gasoline, oil and petroleum products by discharge or full suction. Temperature range: -25°F to 200°F.
Service: For use in tank truck and in-plant operation to transfer diesel, biodiesel blends, B-100, ethanol blends, gasoline, oil and petroleum based products up to 60% aromatic content. Temperature range: -30°F to 180° F.
Service: Used for transfer of fuel oils in residential, commercial, and industrial service. Temperature range: -40°F to 140°F.
Service: Extremely flexible composite type hose for tank truck, bottom loading, railcar and in-plant applications. Temperature range: to 212°F.
Service: For dispensing gasoline or diesel fuel from pump. UL listed. Softwall construction. Temperature range: -40°F to 140°F.
Service: For dispensing gasoline or diesel fuel from pump. UL listed. Hardwall construction. Temperature range: -40°F to 140°F.
Service: A multi-use type hose for dispensing gasoline, grease, kerosene, and petroleum oils from farm and barrel type pumps. It is for agricultural, construction and industrial service where UL approval is not required.
Service: For dispensing gasoline to pleasure craft and commercial boats at fresh and salt water marinas. UL 330 and CUL approved
Service: Recommended for transferring gasoline and other petroleum base products under low pressure, gravity flow, or suction. Maximum aromatic content 60%. Remains flexible to -40 F.
Service: Designed for recovering gasoline vapor in tank unloading at bulk terminals or at service stations. Flexible and lightweight, resists gasoline, ozone, weathering and abrasion. Temperature range: -30°F to 140°F.
Service: For fueling or defueling* commercial and private aircraft. It handles jet fuel and the higher aromatic aviation gasolines. Its high working pressure permits use in fuel cart hydrant service.
Service: Designed to handle high temperature asphalt, tar, oil and other unrefined petroleum products. Maximum working temperature 350°F.