Pirit Heated Hose

Fresh water freezes in winter so what do you do when you need water all winter? Recognizing this need, Paulin & Co.  developed just the product, an electrically heated garden hose. With heating elements fabricated right into its walls, the 5/8-inch hose has its power supply through an electrical cord at the supply end. It can be set to operate automatically and turn on at 45 degrees F (7 degrees C) and off at 57 degrees F (14 degrees C) or higher. The hose itself is drinking water safe and is electrically grounded for extra safety. If fresh water is needed year-round this is the hose to use. In lengths from 12 to 100’ at retail prices from $110 to $300.


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