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Hose Station Accessories

Hose Station Accessories

Hose Station Accessories

To support and complement core engineered products, Armstrong offers a full range of performance-matched accessories such as Hose, Reels & Racks and Spray Nozzles.


Armstrong’s heavy duty “Safety Yellow” Washdown Hose is designed to withstand the intensities of the industrial environment. The Washdown Hose is supplied as standard in 25′ (7-6/10 m) and 50′ (15-1/5 m) lengths with custom lengths available on demand.


Red spring-retractable hose reels suitable for use with all Armstrong hose station assemblies. Hose Reels will store up to 75′ (22.8 m) of 3/4″ (20 mm) wash down hose. Hose Reels are provided fully assembled inclusive of wash down hose (ordered separately), an adjustable hose bumper stop to maintain the desired length of hose outside of the reel and 4′ (1.2 m) flexible adapter hose for connection to water source. Also available in Stainless Steel: Suffix SS


Heavy-duty polished Type 304 Stainless steel satellite hose rack is constructed with integral mounting brackets for easy mounting in a location remote to the mixing valve or hot/cold water source. Model 041R is the heavy-duty polished Type 304 stainless steel replacement hose rack for Steamix and Armstrong Hot & Cold Water Hose Stations.


Armstrong offers both the traditional rubber cushioned rear trigger design suggested for wash down applications below 140˚F (60˚C), as well as a new and improved ergonomic model with enhanced safety features suitable for washdown applications up to 200F.


Flow indicators are designed to monitor gas, air, oil, water and other liquids at both maximum and minimum flow rates. The action is simple and highly visible. Flow through the unit makes the white ball oscillate in the dome. If the flow stops, the ball drops out of sight. The movement of the ball cannot be missed, even in poorly lighted areas and at significant distances. With only one moving part—the ball—there is virtually nothing to go wrong.