50-foot 1/4-inch Airless Hose
The Bottom Line
This Titan-Brand hose is designed by professionals who know the cost of a burst or clogged hose. Solid urethane construction means it can take a lot of pressure and will remain easy to coil and uncoil.
- Nylon braid within the hose is bonded to a urethane cover for maximal flexibility and resistance to kinks.
- Achieve proper grounding with this conductive tube.
- Resists wear and tear with a highly durable cover that also resists against abrasions.
Always Have a Back Up Hose
If you're painting professionally, you'll want a back-up airless hose just in case something goes wrong. Whether your existing hose gets clogged or damaged, a back-up will have you up and running without needing to run to a store. This is also a matter of safety because you shouldn't use a hose once it's damaged—you can be injured and your surroundings can get covered in paint—so it's imperative to have an extra hose.
Replacing Your Airless Hose
You should monitor the state of your hose to make sure there aren't any kinks, cracks, or bulges. If there are, you should replace your hose immediately. To keep your airless hose in optimal condition, you should keep in mind the hose's PSI rating and temperature so you don't exceed them. Use the proper cleaning solvents that go with your hose's material, and do not pull on the airless hose to move your sprayer.
Add Length for Bigger Jobs
If you have a large painting job but don't want to move your sprayer along with you the entire way, adding another hose to your existing one is a quick way to get further reach without the expense of a much longer hose.
Weight: 3.5 lbs