WATERAX GUARDN’FLO® Hose

Wildfire remote fireline applications

 

 

WATERAX – GUARDN’FLO® is a single-jacket utility hose, available in 3/4”.

It features a polymer coating on the jacket to ensure maximum abrasion resistance and longevity of life while allowing the hose lightweight and compact for easy storage.

Above all, GUARDN’FLO® is versatile and well adapted to a number of different applications:
• Wildfire remote fireline applications
• Forestry mop-up and sprinkler hose kits
• Quick access for brush fires, car fires and decontamination
• Cottage and home values protection
• RV potable water delivery including hobby farms, horse barns and shelters
• Home and garden uses: plant and lawn irrigation, washing vehicles

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Wildfire remote fireline applications     WATERAX – GUARDN’FLO® is a single-jacket utility hose, available in 3/4”. It features a polymer coating on the jacket to ensure maximum abrasion resistance and longevity of life while allowing the hose lightweight and compact for easy storage. Above all, GUARDN’FLO® is versatile and well adapted to a number […]

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