Prevent Washer Hose Water Damage with FloodChek Washing Machines Hoses
Washing machin es are floods waiting to happen. MADE IN USA Floodchek washer hoses , designed and engineered to prevent flooding from leaking hoses, have multi-layered heavy duty construction with heavy duty brass connections, Floodchek inlet hoses have a 20 year warranty or the life of your washing machine. Buy a pair of 5 feet long Floodchek water intake hoses, one blue and one red for standard washing machines.
Each Floodchek washing machine hose is tested to 1700 psi.
Flood Check Washer Hose Features:
Simple to Install : Shut off both water valves. Install red
hose for hot water hose and blue hose for cold water. Hand tighten. Then
use pliers to tighten nut 1/4 to 1/2 turn. Do not over tighten. (If you
over-tighten, you may tear, distort or pop the gasket seal, especially
on the shut-off side. In that case, the coupling will leak. Remove,
replace the gasket, and reinstall.)
Floodchek Logo goes on washer or shutoff side.
Standard Washing Machine Hoses : 5 ft.
Tested to 1700 psi .
Matches flow specifications of all major washing machine manufacturers.
Both ends have a 3/4" Female hose thread.
Avoid water damage and flooding inconvenience from washer hose breaks.
Not Sold in Stores. Available On-Line.
Limited 20 Year Manufacturer's Warranty.
Quantity Pricing Available.
Why Are Flood Check Washing Machine Hoses Superior to Standard or Steel Covered Hoses ? About 70 pounds of water pressure constantly stresses washing machine hoses. Flood Check hoses can handle this stress. Instead of a single rubber tube or a rubber tube covered with flexible metal, our Flood Check hoses have these 5 layers:
traditional rubber tube
1st layer of 23# braided rayon reinforcement
2nd layer of 23# braided rayon reinforcement
a .012"-gauge rubber jacket and
a .063"-gauge rubber cover.
Why are Flood Check Washer Hose Couplings Superior? Our couplings are non-corroding solid brass couplings. Both ends are 3/4" female hose thread. These heavy duty couplings eliminate most drips or floods, which start at the couplings.