Super slim, lightweight and drinking water secure by design, the Water Right polyurethane garden hose is soft, flexible and effortless to use. We will be able to honestly say that you’ve never used anything love it. Proudly manufactured in Oregon, the use of only top of the range materials from Bayer Material Science, our polyurethane is secure to drink by the use of NSF grade polyurethane and is 100-percent free from toxic chemicals such as lead, BPA and phthalates incessantly found in other garden hoses. Our commercial grade machined brass fittings are crush proof, rugged and are specially plated with environmentally responsible trivalent chrome. Each hose uses specially engineered strain reliefs on both ends to prevent hose kink at the faucet or nozzle end of the hose. The 7/16-inch inside diameter design handles up to 4 gallons per minute glide rate which is dreamy for most any job around the home, garden or shop. The 400 series polyurethane garden hose weighs only 3 pounds for every 50-feet and has a substantial burst pressure rating of 400 PSI. Water Right polyurethane hose stays flexible in all weather conditions—hot, cold, and even freezing temperatures. Polyether-based polyurethane is designed for long-term water use, eliminates permanent kinks, cracks, leaky connections and the dreaded hose rupture. Great for just about anything around your home and is a perfect hose for use for drinking water secure RV hose, boat wash down hose, horse stalls, greenhouses, retail store plant watering, car detailing. To be had in elegant designer colors. Water Right. American Innovation. American Jobs. American Family Owned.
Soft, flexible, slim, lightweight, & effortless to use. Will not permanently kink.
NSF and FDA certified polyurethane resin for secure drinking water. Tasteless and odorless as compared to pvc or vinyl hose.
Contains no lead, BPA, Phthalates or other toxic chemicals.
Industrial grade brass chrome-plated, lead free fittings are long-lasting, non-tarnishing, & crush-resistant.
Flexible in all weather conditions from sub-freezing temperatures to running hot water up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.