Fire Hose – Nova Phoenix
Delta’s continuous drive to bring new products to the fire market has ensured they have remained at the forefront of the industry for more than 20 years. A continuous programme of investment in research and development has led to a globally respected brand used by professionals in over 60 countries.
Delta’s new Phoenix combines all the attributes of a high quality Type 3 layflat hose, exceeding the requirements of BS6391, but with extreme tolerance to heat and flames making it the perfect hose for professional fire fighters across a wide range of firefighting scenarios and is particularly suited to wildfire applications where the hose lines are often laying in extreme temperatures such as burning ashes and flames. During initial trials Phoenix was subject to temperature up to 900°C for more than an hour without burst making it a breakthrough product in the industry.
Constructed with a unique internal and external blended PVC and nitrile rubber lining Phoenix is also highly resilient to wide range of chemicals and oils and can also be used for the transfer of sea water and hot water in other applications. The external nitrile coating provides an incredibly tough, resilient cover designed to withstand use in the harshest of environments ensuring excellent abrasion resistance and durability. These attributes also provide extreme resistance to ozone and UV damage guaranteeing long term value for money.
Phoenix is available in a range of standard diameters from 1″ (25mm) to 3″ (75mm) and lengths from 15m to 60m, however, larger diameters and lengths up to 200m are available upon request. Finished in hi-viz orange for ease of identification Delta Fire are confident this hose is set to become a staple part of the professional firefighters armoury over the next year.
|SIZE||WEIGHT PER METRE||WALL THICKNESS||BURST PRESSURE||WORKING PRESSURE||TENSILE STRENGTH|
|1” (25mm)||270g||2.4mm||50 bar||16 bar||2,300 bar|
|1.5” (38mm)||370g||2.4mm||50 bar||16 bar||3,000 bar|
|2” (52mm)||455g||2.6mm||50 bar||16 bar||3,800 bar|
|2.5” (64mm)||610g||2.8mm||50 bar||16 bar||5,100 bar|
|3” (25mm)||815g||3.0mm||50 bar||16 bar||6,900 bar|
For more information or to request a trial please contact – firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01603 735000