Buy Air Hoses Online
Browse our well-stocked range of air hoses – flexible tubes that carry compressed air from one place to another. Commonly used in industrial settings, automotive repair and other settings where you’ll need compressed to power your tools. Made of rubber, you’ll find our collection of air hoses in many sizes and lengths for your job. Use them to connect a compressor to air tools such as nail guns, spray guns and pneumatic drills with ease. Order online and get convenient delivery direct to your door at unbeatable prices.
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How do you choose the right air hose for your job?Air hoses are used for a wide range of applications that involve the transfer of compressed air. They are specifically designed to withstand high pressure and deliver air from a source, such as an air compressor, to various pneumatic devices and systems. Please choose an air hose with the right pressure/temperature ratings.
- Pressure rating: If you’re using a high-pressure air compressor, you’ll need a hose with a higher pressure rating. Using a hose with a lower pressure rating may lead to rupture under high pressure
- Hose diameter: An air hose's diameter affects air volume and flow rate. A larger diameter hose will allow for higher airflow but may also be heavier and less flexible.
- Material: Rubber air hoses are more durable and handle higher temperatures. If you require something more lightweight choose PVC, or polyurethane if abrasion may be a problem.
- Length: Make sure the hose length is right for the distance between the compressor and the equipment being used. A longer hose will result in lower air pressure at the tool end, so you must choose the right length to provide enough pressure.
- Temperature: The environment’s temperature affects the hose’s flexibility and durability. Choose a rubber hose if you’re working in a hot environment or a PVC hose if you’re working somewhere colder.