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3/8XREEL3232/3/8XRL AIR MASTER RESPIRATOR 500

Product #  32321002

Long length hoses used for handling mixtures of oxygen, helium, and nitrogen gases customarily used in diving applications as an air breathing hose. For surface supplied air systems involved in recreational, salvage, oil rig service, and control lines.

  • Reinforcement: Braided, high tensile synthetic textile cord.
  • Temperature Range: -40°F to +120°F (-40°C to +49°C).
  • Size: 3/8" to 1/2".
  • Product Details
    Part # 3/8XREEL3232
    Product # 32321002
    UPC 072053797473
    Minimum Bend Radius (in) 3
    Continuous Operating Temperature Range -20°F to +120°F
    Hose Inside Diameter (in) 0.375
    Hose Inside Diameter (mm) 9.5
    Hose Outside Diameter (in) 0.7
    Hose Outside Diameter (mm) 17.8
    Temperature Range -20°F to +120°F (-40°C to +49°C) continuous service
  • Construction
    Construction: Cover Type A (Chloroprene). Black. All sizes are perforated.
    Construction: Design Factor 4:1
    Construction: Reinforcement Braided, high tensile synthetic textile cord.
    Construction: Tube Type C (Nitrile). Black.
    Color Black
  • International Standards
    Standards NIOSH Air Supply Line - System Certification only. No hose specific requirement, NFPA 1901/1981.
  • Notes
    Notes NOTE: Working pressure decreases as temperature increases. Pressure ratings can only be obtained with proper coupling procedures.
    Recommended For Handling mixtures of oxygen, helium and nitrogen gases customarily used in applications as air breathing hose. The kink-resistant hose is designed for extra-long wear under normal operating use. For applications involving SCBA such as firefighting, barrier suits, mining.
  • Packaging details
    Weight (lbs.) 0.18

Features and Benefits

  • Cover: Type A (Chloroprene). Black. Perforated.
  • Tube: Type C (Nitrile). Black.
  • Working Pressure: 7,76 Mpa.
  • Meets BS EN250:2014.
  • Design Factor: 4:1.
  • Formerly: 33HB.