Truco fuel hoses are designed for loading and offloading road tankers, rail cars and commercial vehicles, as well as ship to shore / shore to ship fuel transfer.
Our range of fuel hose includes reinforced rubber hose and Stainless steel braided hose, designed to withstand the heavy-duty, high-pressure and high-corrosion stresses of petroleum transfer.
|Short delivery time for made-to-order industrial hose|
|Range of hose fittings & couplings available|
|Standard fuel line hose length: 30 m|
|Standard composite hose length: 10 m|
|Available across South Africa and Africa|
As leading fuel hose suppliers, Truco's range of hose products uses cutting-edge compounds and specially designed reinforcing technology in each hose assembly. These products are manufactured in accordance with internationally-recognised quality standards at ISO 9001-accredited manufacturing plants.
fuel hoses, durable and flexible, even with heavy-duty applications.
Enquire, or phone +27 11 839 2370 now for specification advice, plans and pricing!
Want to brand your hose?
For bulk orders of more than 5 000 metres, Truco brands our industrial hose with your company logo as you require. With state-of-the-art stamping, lasering, heating and sealing processes, we make sure that the structural integrity of your hose will not be compromised. Our extensive stockholding of fuel hose, ensures availability and fast delivery!
Make the most of Truco's extensive stock holding! Enquire or phone +27 11 839 2370 now for plans and pricing on large or small bore mining hoses. Truco distributes hoses nationally with offices in Johannesburg, Gauteng, Cape Town and Durban.
Selecting the correct Hose for your application
The basic information required can be obtained by using the acronym "STAMPED"
Size: The length and inside diameter?
Temperature: Temperature of the medium transported?
Application: What is the purpose of the hose?
Material: What product will be conveyed through the hose?
Pressure: The working pressure and the required safety margin?
Ends: Are couplings required, and if so a detailed specification?
Delivery: When is it needed?