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LE16 7PS


01858 461 100


Colex International Ltd - Quality British Manufacturing Since 1992

General Purpose PVC Vacuum Hose

General Purpose Vacuum Hose (GVH)

Colex International General Purpose Vacuum Hose is a flexible and lightweight ducting hose, suitable for a wide range of applications.

It is manufactured from a rigid PVC spiral encased in flexible non-phthalate PVC.


  •  Industrial cleaning equipment
  • Conveyance and extraction of fumes
  • Gas
  • Liquids
  • Air
  • Granules
  • Suitable for any application requiring flexible or lightweight ducting hose

Features & Benefits

  • Minimum friction & maximum flow is maintained by the smooth bore
  • Good abrasion, rot & chemical resistance
  • Excellent pressure and vacuum ratings
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • Good crush and kink resistance
  • Weather resistant and durable
  • Lightweight and flexible
  • Non-phthalate

Chemical Resistance

Resistant to:

  • Most oxidising agents
  • Reducing agents
  • Diluted acids
  • Diluted alkalis



Nominal ID

ID Tol's


Working Pressure

Bend Radius



General Purpose Flexible Vacuum Hose



0.110" / 2.79 mm

73 PSI / 5 bar

55 mm

7.36 kgs


General Purpose Flexible Vacuum Hose



0.155" / 3.94 mm

73 PSI / 5 bar

65 mm

12.14 kgs


General Purpose Flexible Vacuum Hose



0.150" / 3.81 mm

56 PSI / 4 bar

65 mm

13.23 kgs


General Purpose Flexible Vacuum Hose



0.180" / 4.57 mm

56 PSI / 4 bar

80 mm

20.94 kgs


General Purpose Flexible Vacuum Hose



0.230" / 5.84 mm

44 PSI / 3 bar

215 mm

40.28 kgs

Further Details:

Colours: Grey

Lengths: 30m coils

Temperature range: -15°C to +65°C, cold bend - 45°C

Vacuum: 600mm Hg = 80% at 20°C

Construction: Rigid PVC spiral encased in flexible non-phthalate PVC

Packing: Coiled and cling wrapped

Custom Manufacture: Alternative sizes, lengths & colours available subject to MOQ

Technical information for use as a guide only. All colours & lengths are subject to stock. Pressure values given are based on the short term burst pressure at 20°C . Any increase in temperature above 20°C will result in a decline in working pressure values.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the above information is accurate and correct, the conditions under which Colex products are used are beyond our control and therefore recommendations are made without warranty or guarantee. Colex reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice. © 1999-2009 Colex International Limited, UK. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Please forward any questions or comments about this web site to our webmaster.