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Highly Compressible Hose Makes Moving Machines Easier Brookline MA

The Flexadux PVR-4 is a medium weight clear PVC hose reinforced with a spring steel wire helix. Designed for dust and light woodchip collection, the ribbed construction on the outside of the hose leaves a smooth interior wall that minimizes airflow resistance.

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Highly Compressible Hose Makes Moving Machines Easier

Highly Compressible Hose Makes Moving Machines Easier

 

    

The Flexadux PVR-4 is a medium weight clear PVC hose reinforced with a spring steel wire helix. Designed for dust and light woodchip collection, the ribbed construction on the outside of the hose leaves a  smooth interior wall that minimizes airflow resistance. The clear plastic allows you to spot an obstruction should the hose get plugged. The PVR-4 features exceptional compressibility and flexibility. With a compression ratio of 4:1, the hose is less likely to interfere when moving machines for storage or use. The Flexaust  Flexadux  PVR-4 hose is offered in 2 in. to 12 in. I.D. sizes and standard 10, 25, and 50 ft. lengths.

Source
Flexaust, www.flexaust.com, 800-343-0428, Flexadux  PVR-4, $4 per foot.


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