Choosing the Right Caterhose for the Job

While we understand that cost efficiency is a top priority for our customers, the importance of using high quality, fully accredited gas hoses cannot be stressed enough. This is an area where substandard hoses and failure to maintain and replace them when necessary can lead to serious injury and even fatalities. Gas hoses used in commercial kitchens are subject to Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations. A gas hose requires a CE marking, CE markings are an indication that the gas hose conforms with the current regulations.

If you are unsure about the Gas Hose you require, please contact us before placing your order.

Caterhose Gas Hoses

Caterhose gas hoses offers fully welded, corrugated, stainless steel catering gas hose assemblies manufactured to the highest specification in order to meet the legal requirements of gas supply in catering appliances, using first, second and third family gases.

Caterhose gas hoses come with a quick-release valved coupler that cuts off the gas supply when disconnected. This special coupler must be installed in accordance with BS6173-1990 standard for mobile catering units, with the restraining device supplied. The restraining device meets the required minimum tensile load specification as per BS 669 Part 2:1997.

Caterhose Safety Features Include:

  • 100% pressure tested prior to dispatch
  • Extremely flexible and durable
  • Hygienic wipe-clean wrinkle free yellow PVC cover
  • All assemblies supplied with restraining kit
  • Heavy duty braided stainless steel hose option available
  • Fully welded end connection
  • UK made
  • New Bsi certification received and up to date till 2020

We print our hoses with our brand “Caterquip” – non-branded hoses are merely poor copies!

Caterhose Gas Hose Range

Read our Commercial Kitchen Gas Hose Guide for more information on Gas Hoses from installation, maintenance and regulations.

Further Information...

Find out more about us and our products by calling us on 01327 311144 or emailing us at sales@die-pat.co.uk

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