Taiga large diameter hoses are heavy-duty, industrial grade fire hoses for extreme situations where maximum flow is necessary to overcome hazards, or to conduct water transfer whenever high volume and pressure are required. Manufactured exclusively for Williams Fire & Hazard Control in cooperation with Niedner to the specifications based on Williams vast experience in industrial fire fighting and hazard mitigation, these hoses are constructed with a circular woven double-jacket of 100% virgin polyester yarn. The outside jacket is treated with ENCAP™ elastomer, which completely encapsulates the jacket fibers and not merely surface coat the jacket, to provide superior durability, resistance to abrasion and chemicals, and reduction in water absorption up to 40%. The inner lining uses extruded thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) for enhanced flexibility and compactness, and resistance to ozone and aging.
The Taiga 1200 is rated as a Super Large Diameter Hose (SLDH) and the Taiga 600 as a Large Diameter Hose (LDH) with a best-in-class 200 psi (13.8 bars) service test pressure. Providing maximum safety unmatched by competition, these hoses were designed to withstand a minimum of 600 psi (41.3 bars) pressure before bursting. These hoses meet or exceed NFPA 1961 specifications.
The Taiga 1200 hose comes standard with a unique four-lug Storz coupling designed and manufactured by Williams Fire & Hazard Control. These couplings are easy to couple and separate and tolerant to dirt and other small particles in the field. The Taiga 600 hose comes standard with the regular Storz couplings.
Taiga is a Japanese word meaning “Big River” to honor of the first commercial users. Exclusively through Williams Fire & Hazard Control, these hoses are available in various lengths up to 500 ft (152 m). Available colors include beige-tan, yellow, purple, blue, orange, red, green and white.
|Product||Taiga 1200||Taiga 600|
|Hose Diameter||12” (300 mm)||6” (150 mm)|
|Weight without couplings*||4 lbs/ft (6 Kg/m)||1.7 lbs/ft (2.7 Kg/m)|
|Coupling Weight (2 ends/section)||100 lbs (45.4 Kg)||19 lbs (8.6 Kg)|
|Flat Width||19.5” (495 mm)||10.15” (258 mm)|
|Thickness||0.30” (7.6 mm)||0.22” (5.6 mm)|
|Service Test Pressure||200 psi (13.8 bars)||200 psi (13.8 bars)|
|Minimum Proof Test Pressure||400 psi (27.6 bars)||500 psi (34.5 bars)|
|Minimum Burst Test Pressure||600 psi (41.4 bars)||600 psi (41.4 bars)|
|Maximum Pressure Loss due to Friction Per 100 ft (30.5 m)||
0.1 psi (0.007 bars) at 1,000 GPM (3,780 LPM)
0.4 psi (0.028 bars) at 2,000 GPM (7,570 LPM)
0.9 psi (0.062 bars) at 3,000 GPM (11,350 LPM)
1.6 psi (0.110 bars) at 4,000 GPM (15,140 LPM)2.2 psi (0.138 bars) at 6,000 GPM (22,712 LPM)
2.4 psi (0.138 bars) at 1,000 GPM (3,780 LPM)
8.5 psi (0.586 bars) at 2,000 GPM (7,570 LPM)
18 psi (1.241 bars) at 3,000 GPM (11,350 LPM)
|Service Temperature||-65°F to 150°F (-54°C to 65°C)||-65°F to 150°F (-54°C to 65°C)|
|Maximum Elongation at Service Test||10%||10%|