Air Compressor Hose can be used in a variety of settings, including industrial, commercial, and residential. This Air Compressor Hose is extremely tough, with a working pressure of 300 psi and a burst pressure of 900 psi. For further strength, it is reinforced with two layers of spiral polyester yarn. For flexibility and oil resistance, the cover is smooth EPDM rubber. We have a large stock of air hose assemblies in various sizes and styles.

It’s critical to invest in a good air compressor hose to ensure steady air pressure, a tight seal, and consistent power output, but with so many options on the market, it can be tough to know where to begin. To get the most out of your air compressor, whether you’re a home or professional user, you’ll need a dependable air hose.
We’ve pooled our years of knowledge to create the ideal buying guide for air hoses. Before you invest in new pneumatic equipment, we’ll walk you through all of the decisions you’ll need to make.

When Should You Replace Your Air Hose?

There are two reasons why you should replace your air hose. The first reason is that you want to enhance your air system so that you can utilise other tools or get more out of it. The second reason is that your existing air hose has a problem and needs to be replaced.

Choosing the Perfect Air Hose for You:

With so many different types of air hose to choose from, sorting through all of the options and information can be difficult. In truth, there are just four decisions to make before you begin your shopping:

  • How long do you require a hose?
  • What should the hose’s internal diameter be?
  • What kind of material should you use for your hose?
  • Are you looking for a regular hose or a recoil hose?


ΒΌ inch to 2 inch

Working pressure:

10 bar to 30 bar