High pressure hoses are stand-alone devices used for specific purposes. Usually made of sturdier materials they allow supporting water pressure at higher levels. The most common use for high pressure hoses is to pressure wash by blasting huge quantities of water at high speeds to clear hard surfaces of debris and dirt or growth.
High pressure hoses transport other materials used for cleaning like cleaning solvents too. Automobiles deploy high pressure hoses as do large water hoses used by fire departments. The materials used to make a high pressure hose can vary depending on the pressure it is intended to handle.
Some lower grade hoses may be crafted from thick plastics or rubber for more regular household use. But metal conduit or spiraled wires with rubber coating are for specialized jobs. Typically made of more durable materials for pressure hose to withstand high pressure, these hoses are also typically flexible in nature to expand significantly when water passes through.
The hose becomes immovable and taut when maximum pressure capacity is reached. When using these hosed, it is very important to pay close attention to the pressure gauge to ensure that the numbers go no higher than recommended. When too much pressure is applied, the hose may burst leading to serious injury for operators or bystanders.
It is recommended that protective gear should be worn at all times while operating any kind of device which uses a high pressure hose. High pressure watering hoses are very durable and can provide enough pressure to do all kinds of washing jobs. These are used to accomplish tasks like cleaning patios, swimming pools, gutters, house exteriors and wash cars.