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Whether you work in agriculture, water transfer or civil projects, you encounter a singular need — lay flat hose that can stand up to the job, the pressure and elements. Today, we’ll be sharing 5 reasons why we replace our lay flat hose annually — and how it benefits your long-term financial goals.

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You’ve got employees to pay, equipment to purchase and need to get everything on the job site within weeks. So, what do you do? In today’s blog, we’ll show you how to take on a new water transfer project in less time — reducing headaches and improving your cash flow between jobs.

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Are you thinking about using lay flat hose for your next project at the oil rig or on your farm for irrigation? There are secrets lay flat hose suppliers might not tell you, but we think the best customer is an informed one, so, here are a few important facts you should know.

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In farming, you need to transport water between multiple irrigation or hydroponic systems. And while there are many PVC pipe options available on the market, there are a few key reasons to explore TPU and other materials. In today’s blog, we’ll be weighing TPU vs. PVC.

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Making the switch from pipe to hose is the first step, but there are ugly truths an old 12-inch weave hose can’t hide. In today’s blog, we’ll be illustrating different manufacturing methods and how they affect the quality and timeliness of your project.

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Many business owners that believe that purchasing lay flat hose is their only option, but that's not the case. If you’re interested in reducing the risk of your investment, cutting downtime and winning more jobs, we have some information for you to consider on renting vs. owning lay flat hose.

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A factor that’s often overlooked when evaluating performance is the role of your lay flat hose. Made from various materials, a 10 lay flat hose is most often used to transport liquids in agriculture and irrigation applications.

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