Lp Rubber Reg-Hose
The Lp Rubber Reg-Hose is made specifically for scuba diving and comes with chromed brass fittings for endurance. This hose has a working pressure of 17.2 bar (250 psi) and comes in 4 different lengths to suit your needs. All of these hoses are constructed from oxygen compatible materials. They are guaranteed not to delaminate, and to remain flexible in cold water.
5/16″ I.D. – 3/8″X24
The working pressure is 17.2 bar (250 psi)
These rubber, low pressure, regulator hoses have a 3/8-inch Male UNF thread at the end which screws into a first stage low pressure port. They also have a 9/16-inch Female UNF connector at the end that screws on to the second stage regulator.
They come in the sizes 29″, 36″, 40″, 84″ (73.6cm, 91.4cm, 101.6cm, 213.4cm)
- Made of traditional rubber with chromed brass fittings
- They remain Flexible in Cold Water
- The length is measured from end to end of hose
- All hoses are Nitrox Ready
- They are first quality CE EN250 certified
LP Rubber Reg-Hose Installation
We always recommend that diving hoses be fitted and installed by an experienced person using the correct tools. At DiversWorld, we can take care of this for you. We have a team of experienced and professional drivers who are skilled in servicing equipment.
All installations should be made in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations and instructions. If you are unsure in any way about the installation, please don’t hesitate to come in store or give us a call on (07) 4041 4004 for advice or assistance.
Scuba Hose Life Warning
Keep in mind that all scuba hoses, rubber or polyester, will fail sooner or later due to age, storage conditions or handling. Scuba hoses, regardless of brand and materials, require at least some minimal care. Do not allow hoses to receive prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as the heat and UV will significantly shorten the life of the hose. Do not attempt to flush the inside of the hose with any form of solvent or other chemicals. All new hoses are factory clean and if you have any reason to think they are not, then the hose should be replaced.
Prior to every dive trip, you should always pressurise and inspect your hoses for mechanical damage, corroded fittings, bulges or leaks.