Hot water hoses can handle hot tap water, making them a great choice for commercial kitchens, as well as agricultural environments such as dairies or farms. Since a hot water garden hose is used both during the summer and the winter, we make ours from materials that remain flexible in freezing temperatures as well as warmer temperatures. For example, our MAXLite® Hot Water Rubber+® hose can handle water temperatures up to 165°F, while remaining flexible at temperatures as low as -40°F. Along with household hoses, we offer commercial hot water hoses with a ¾-inch inner diameter. These hoses allow flow of 20% more water than the standard ⅝-inch hose.
Choosing a hot water hose doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice features. Our hot water garden hoses can handle over 400 PSI of internal pressure. They also use our patented Hose Armor® stress relief supports, which prevent kinking at the connections. These hoses are also phthalate-free, so they meet strict California water-quality regulations.