Drinking water hose

A drinking water hose is as the name implies, suitable for drinking, but can also be suitable for other applications in the food and beverage industry. To ensure the water is safe for consumption, the hose must meet specific water standards based on your location to ensure there are no toxic chemicals (an example being lead) in the hose that could contaminate the water. Common standards and regulatory bodies around the globe are the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF – North America), Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS – Great Britain), KTW/W270/DVGW (Deutscher Verein des Gasund Wasserfaches – Germany), Attestation De Conformite Sanitaire (ACS – France), KIWA (Netherlands) and WaterMark (Australia & New Zealand). After confirming it meets your local regulations, you can determine system parameters, such as maximum pressure, temperature, and the desired diameter and length of the hose. Our explanation page about hoses can help you select the right hose in case of any doubt.

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Product Brand Port Max pres Max temp
6mmx3.9mm PU slang (10 meter)
£9.99 (£12.09 incl vat)
In stock
Papurex 6mm 22 60
8mmx5.5mm PU slang (10 meter)
£11.99 (£14.51 incl vat)
In stock
Papurex 8mm 22 60
6mmx3.9mm PU slang (rol 50m)
£31.99 (£38.71 incl vat)
In stock
Papurex 6mm 22 60
8mmx5.5mm PU slang (rol 50m)
£48.99 (£59.28 incl vat)
In stock
Papurex 8mm 22 60
4mmx2.5mm PU slang (10 meter)
£7.99 (£9.67 incl vat)
In stock
Papurex 4mm 22 60
4mmx2.5mm PU slang (rol 50m)
£22.99 (£27.82 incl vat)
In stock
Papurex 4mm 22 60
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Drinking water hose

A drinking water hose is as the name implies, suitable for drinking, but can also be suitable for other applications in the food and beverage industry. To ensure the water is safe for consumption, the hose must meet specific water standards based on your location to ensure there are no toxic chemicals (an example being lead) in the hose that could contaminate the water. Common standards and regulatory bodies around the globe are the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF – North America), Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS – Great Britain), KTW/W270/DVGW (Deutscher Verein des Gasund Wasserfaches – Germany), Attestation De Conformite Sanitaire (ACS – France), KIWA (Netherlands) and WaterMark (Australia & New Zealand). After confirming it meets your local regulations, you can determine system parameters, such as maximum pressure, temperature, and the desired diameter and length of the hose. Our explanation page about hoses can help you select the right hose in case of any doubt.