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Percolating layflat hose for extreme fires

Sabre is a percolating hose which means that water seeps through the fabric jacket. This is achieved by pin pricking the hose so that water can flow through the fabric jacket and offer protection against burning coals. A thin water barrier thus prevents the hose from getting burnt.

Sabre is a Class H fire hose with a high working pressure of 2100 kPa. This woven fire hose is made from filament polyester with a synthetic polymer lining and is manufactured with various percolation rates.

  • LP – Low Percolation (Standard)
  • MP – Medium Percolation
  • HP – High Percolation

Sabre is fully synthetic and does not perish due to moisture, unlike the original canvas percolating fire hose. It does not require drying after use, although drying does prevent surface mould stains.

Large choice of
diameters & lengths

Sabre is available in diameters of 25mm to 64mm. Usually this hose is supplied in 30m lengths but longer lengths can be made up to 200m.

Long-lasting &
high-quality product

Like all our fire hose, Sabre comes with a 12-month warranty against manufacturing faults. Fully synthetic so no drying is required after use.

  • Percolating fire hose
  • Working pressure 2100 kPa
  • Easy to handle
  • No drying required after use
  • 12-month warranty
Primary uses
  • Percolating fire hose
  • Forestry fire fighting
  •  Bush fire fighting
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