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ATI Hose

ARMTEX ATTACK hose is a high tensile strength polyester double jacket & EPDM rubber-lined attack hose with superior abrasion and kink resistance even when using low pump pressures and smooth bore nozzles.

•    Double-jacket polyester hose with a synthetic EPDM rubber ozone resistant lining
•    ARMTEX™ ATTACK is available in sizes:  1 ½” , 1 ¾” and 2 ½”
•    Service Temperature – Remains flexible at temperatures as low as -40°F (-40°C).
•    Abrasion Resistant Jacket to withstand even the harshest conditions
•    Designed  with a smooth waterway surface for lower friction loss
•    Ultra-Lightweight –  A 50 ft., 1 ¾” coil weighs just 17 lbs. (without couplings)
•    Packs Tight – ATI’s best packing and easiest to fold double jacket, rubber-lined hose.
•    Maintenance Free – Immune to mildew and rot
•    Meets and exceeds all NFPA requirements for Fire Hose, current editions.
•    Warrantied to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 10 years.

Colors:  yellow, orange, red, blue, green and white.

ARMTEX Attack Specifications

Nominal Dia.




Weight/ 50 ft. (lbs.) Uncoupled
50 ft. Coil Dia. (in.) Uncoupled

Service Pressure


Accptance Pressure


Burst Pressure


1.5" NH/NST 15 16 400 800 1200
1.75" NH/NST 17 16 400 800 1200
2.5" NH/NST 26 19 400 800 1200

 Meets or Exceeds NFPA Comprehensive Fire Hose Standard 1961, current edition.

• Prices listed are for hose with couplings.
• Standard couplings are NH/NST
• Special threaded couplings and custom hose lengths are available by special order.  Please Contact Us to discuss your needs.

SHIPPING NOTE: Due to the size/weight and potential large quantity orders of this product shipping will be quoted on a per order basis.  You may complete your order online, however there will be no shipping charges displayed at checkout.  A First Out Rescue specialist will contact you to provide you with the final cost for your order including freight charges and to make delivery arrangements.

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