Jetting with Jonesie: Advantages of Trap Jetting Hose

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In this segment of Get Jetting with Jonesie, Steve Jones discusses small jetting hose, optimal flow rates and best applications.

Jonesie explains the differences between 1/8-inch jetting hose and trap jetting hoses. Trap jetting hoses have the same outside diameter as a 1/8-inch hose, but they’re 50% bigger on the inside. There’s a steel braid inside that can hold pressure in with fewer braids than a typical poly hose, which allows for the larger inside diameter. Another advantage, besides the ability to pass more flow, is it can almost be tied in a knot before it kinks.

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