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Abbott Rubber Lay-Flat PVC Discharge Hose Assembly, 1-1/2 in. ID x 25 ft.

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The Abbott Rubber Lay-Flat PVC Discharge Hose Assembly is an economical hose - ideal for discharging water in construction, mining, agriculture, etc.

  • Stays flexible at 5 deg. F
  • Maximum temperature 150 deg. F
  • Resistant to oils, grease, many chemicals and acids
  • Nonwater-absorbing
  • Mildew-proof
  • Assembled discharge hose complete with couplers
  • 1 year limited warranty
Abbott Rubber Pump and Spray Hose & Assemblies provide World Class Solutions to every agricultural application for the transfer of air, water, liquid fertilizer, fuel, and high pressure hydraulics. Hose and fittings to complete any job that may arise.

Specification Description
Length: 25 ft.
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Minimum Operating Temperature: 5 deg. F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 150 deg. F
Maximum Operating Pressure: 65 PSI
Coupler Type: Female & Male
Inner Diameter: 1-1/2 in.
Brand: Abbott Rubber
Product Type: Hoses
Manufacturer Part Number 1147-1500-25

1 1/2" npt threads on fittings?

Asked by: Ben82
The fittings on this series hose are actually NPSH which is a straight thread. NPT is a tapered thread. The number of threads per inch and the OD of the male is identical for both NPSH and NPT. Both are 'Pipe Thread'. In 99% of all applications, there is no difference. The main difference is that the NPSH threads seal against a rubber washer and the NPT does not. Sometimes an NPSH male will only thread maybe thread about one turn on a pipe thread female, but the crushing of the threads will create a leak-proof seal.
Answered by: help_abbottrubber
Date published: 2018-04-25

does the hose need a pump to move the water through or would a gravity feed system work as well

Asked by: JK Ventures
No - too many variables. Angle, length friction and more come in to play.
Answered by: help_abbottrubber
Date published: 2018-03-16
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