I can't explain how amazing this very simple piece of hose is. I've never seen such a substantial, yet extremely flexible hose like this. You'll find yourself carrying this around the house for a day or so marveling at it.
I'm making this available on its own for those that would like to use it as inlet hose for wall mounted pressure washers that use a T-304 Stainless Elbows.
Here would be your Flow Path if you're doing a stainless inlet hose setup:Hose Bib > 3/4" Female GHT Coupler > 3/4" Male GHT Plug > 3/4" Female GHT to 3/4" Female NPT > T316 Stainless Bucket Filler Hose (THIS PART) > T-304 Stainless Elbow > Stainless Steel 3/4" Male NPT to 3/4" Male GHT > 3/4" Female GHT Coupler > 3/4" Male GHT Plug > Pressure Washer Inlet
T316 is largely unnecessary for this application, but this is Obsessed Garage -overkill is what we do. This type of stainless won't corrode, even in a salt-water environment.
Specs that I think matter are:
- 3/4" NPT Male Fitting x 3/4" NPT Male Fitting
- 1 1/4" is the outside diameter of the braided hose
- T316 300 PSI rated stainless steel
- Braided steel exterior
- Sectioned, extremely flexible stainless internal 3/4" internal diameter hose
- 300 PSI Rated
- Multiple Lengths: 12", 18", 24", 36", 48"
For Use as a Bucket Filler - Height Recommendation: Remember that the hose will carry a radius when hanging freely. In my wash bay, the P-164 is mounted at 45.75" from the floor to the center line of the mounting holes. That leaves the tip of the nozzle at 14.5" from the ground. I would suggest moving the bibb up another 1.5 inches since the Ultimate Nozzle is a bit longer than my old Adam's. I'm using the 24" version of the hose.
I finally have a solution the for the hose nozzle you can choose to add to this hose.