Durable Hose Protection In The Harshest Conditions

Orange Hose Protectors


Hydraquip’s Hose Protectors are durable wear shields made of an abrasion and hydrocarbon resistant material that is impervious to solvents, oils, grease, and gasoline. In addition, the Hose Protector has an extremely high wear factor, as well as a wide range of operating temperatures (-40 to 400 F) that allows it to protect your equipment in even the harshest of conditions.

Hydraquip’s hose protectors prevent 90% of hydraulic, air line or electric cable features due to wear at points of contact.

Protection For

  • Hydraulic Lines
  • Battery Cables
  • Wiring Harnesses
  • Brake Systems
  • Oil & Fuel Lines
  • Radiator Hoses

Industry Versatility 

  • Manufacturing
  • Trucking & Fleet Maintenance
  • Industrial/MRO’s
  • Mining & Construction
  • Public Transportation
  • DOT’s/Waste Management

Easy Installation In Minutes

Installing a Hose Protector while building a new or replacement hose shields the exact point of abrasion from wear when re-attached. This versatility allows for a fast, simple and effective solution for abrasion problems. EPHA Hose Protectors are easily installed without having to disassemble lines or break hydraulic systems apart. This allows for spot application in four quick, simple and easy steps.

  1. Locate the suspected problem area on hose.
  2. Place the Hose Protector over the problem area.
  3. Install cable ties, pulling tight with pliers.
  4. Cut off the excess length of the ties and the hose is now safely shielded from wear

Unique Features

  • Extremely high wear factor
  • Wide operating temperature range
    (-40 ̊ to 430 ̊ F) provides protection in a variety of applications
  • Impervious to solvents, oils, grease, gasoline, etc.
  • Protective grooves prevent slipping and wear of cable ties
  • Exceptionally cost effective
  • Available in 5 sizes – 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” and 12”– cable ties included
  • Every order shipped in counter display boxes

Protects Against

  • Hose and wiring abrasion caused by points of contact
  • Expensive hose and wiring repair bills
  • Fires caused by failed oil & electrical systems
  • Lost profits from costly down time
  • DEQ oil spills & clean-up