When there is a demand for maximized airflow with challenging logistics, rigid (wire supported) duct it is often the answer. Space constraints typically create the need for tight curves and/or the means to split the flow of conditioned air.

While a 6” pitch (distance between the wire that forms the spiral structure) is standard, closer pitches, such as 2” will enable extremely tight curves while maintaining the full inner diameter of the duct. If you need maximized retractability of the wire supported duct, please keep in mind a larger pitch IE: 6” will retract substantially more than a 2” pitch.

Below ground pit applications typically require a very specific extended length to retracted length ratio. Sometimes insulation levels...
For maximum insulation value and extreme weather resistance. The RX Series hose is a modular design which incorporates...
Our most popular wire supported model – A hybrid/cross between the RX with its thick insulation and the...
The benefit of a wire supported, non-insulated hose is its light-weight and easy to handle characteristics. Short runs,...
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