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Element IndustrialPRO 5/8 in. Dia x 50 ft. Lead Free Garden Hose
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IndustrialPRO 5/8 in. Dia x 50 ft. Lead Free Garden Hose

$29.98 /each

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Element IndustrialPRO is the ideal hose for the serious DIYer in the family or pro looking for a high performance 5/8 in. hose. The Super Duty female coupling works in any temperature with or without gloves on. Unique, heavy duty construction and high kink resistance make this the perfect hose for the most challenging around the house jobs and construction environments. Available in multiple lengths, perfect for any application (50, 75 and 100 ft.). Element IndustrialPRO, ideal for the Contractor and the Serious Do-It Yourselfer.

  • 500-PSI high performance burst strength
  • Drinking water safe
  • Lead free
  • Super duty eco couplings with patented hose armor

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Is it drinking water safe

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Houston TX
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Can I use it to water animals
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NY
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May 13, 2015
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It is lead free hose. I use it on my camper
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Boise, ID
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April 28, 2015
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The detailed info included with the hose instructions says that it is safe to drink out of.
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April 28, 2015
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Per the manufacturer this is drinking water safe
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Redondo Beach, CA
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April 23, 2015
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Yes, it's rated drinking water safe. It's still going to taste like a garden hose when the hose is new--I tried it.
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Hampton, GA
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April 17, 2015
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Yes, it is advertised "lead free" and "drinking water safe".
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April 7, 2015
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You have to be careful drinking from garden hoses,. The packaging states that is is lead free, but not that it is usable for drinking water.
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Redding, CA
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The packaging says YES it is. It is lead free and antimicrobial.
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Wilmington, NC, USA
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April 2, 2015
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Yes, this is a drinking safe hose and it is clearly noted on the description.
It is a good hose to water animals and is durable as well.
It has a limited lifetime warranty as well
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April 2, 2015
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Yes, this particular hose IS drinking water safe and clearly states it on the product overview and the packaging.
Yes, this would be an ideal hose as it IS drinking water safe very durable ! :>)
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Asheville, NC
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April 1, 2015
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This hose is what consumers are looking for today, completely lead free and safe for drinking water, and filling water bowls for animals. Meets the lead free standard under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. High performance burst strength while pressure washing, kink free and reliable. The coupling is lead free and has hose armor to prevent kinking. It is one of the best hoses we have ever owned. Read More
This hose is what consumers are looking for today, completely lead free and safe for drinking water, and filling water bowls for animals. Meets the lead free standard under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. High performance burst strength while pressure washing, kink free and reliable. The coupling is lead free and has hose armor to prevent kinking. It is one of the best hoses we have ever owned. Strong, durable and great warranty. Read Less
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Woodhaven, New York USA
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April 1, 2015
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Product would say "Drinking water safe," so I don't think this hose is intended to use for drinking, but if you want to just wash your animals that's probably okay.
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When this hose is new is the water foamy?

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I have a new( different) hose and when I water plants the water is foamy, making me wonder what it's lined with and if it's safe.
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Kansas
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July 23, 2016
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Was not an issue for me. I see nothing to worry about regarding the safety of the water.
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Rio Rico, AZ
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July 19, 2016
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No, seems quite normal to me. Actually, I love this new product!
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June 21, 2016
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It wasn't when I used mine
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Ringwood, NJ, USA
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Experienced no foamy water.
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June 5, 2016
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No, I haven't seen any foamy water coming from this hose.
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Greenville SC
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June 2, 2016
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The water wasn't foamy when I first used mine.
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Albany, OR
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May 31, 2016
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I had no foamy water issues with this hose on the first use.
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Gilbert AZ
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May 17, 2016
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No, not at all foamy.
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Jersey
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May 9, 2016
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I did not noitce any "foamy" water with the new hose. It is drinking water safe. Foam could result from the use of a nozzel.
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May 4, 2016
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I've never noticed foamy water coming from this hose. When it was new or now after more than a year, the water has never been foamy.
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If some water is left in hose outside on freezing temps will the water freeze?

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Albany, OR
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If a hose is left outside and the temperature is freezing, any water inside the hose will inevitably freeze. If freezing weather is expected, it is advisable to disconnect the hoses and drain it out. That way any water that is left in the hose has somewhere to go when it freezes (other than splitting out the side/end and ruining the hose).
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May 24, 2016
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Yes the water will freeze. The bigger question is how well it is drained. As long as there is room for the water to expand, it should be fine. The only time it could be a problem is if parts of the hose are kinked or so full of water when it expands it burst the hose in a weak spot. Living where I do, each time I use my hose in the winter, I just do a quick run down from the facet to the end and drain Read More
Yes the water will freeze. The bigger question is how well it is drained. As long as there is room for the water to expand, it should be fine. The only time it could be a problem is if parts of the hose are kinked or so full of water when it expands it burst the hose in a weak spot. Living where I do, each time I use my hose in the winter, I just do a quick run down from the facet to the end and drain the water. I haven't had any problems with it when used this way! Read Less
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May 12, 2016
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YES, however it may not burst the hose. If the hose was full of water with no space to expand then it is possible for the hose to split, depending on. If it freezes near the ends first then I would expect the hose to burst some where in between.
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yes, water will freeze in the hose, and it could damage the hose if under pressure.
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Yucca Valley CA
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Yes.
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Northern California
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March 19, 2016
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I haven't found an insulated hose yet. The water will freeze in the hose sometimes causing damage. Unhook from the spigot and raise one end continuing down the length of the hose until water stops coming out. Then you can roll it up and take indoors or roll it up and leave outdoors.
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Norfolk, VA
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March 8, 2016
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Absolutely. I try to drain as much water as possible during the winter, and leaving a small amount of water in the hose doesn't seem to do any damage.
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Michigan
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March 1, 2016
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Most likely, it's not insulated, it's just strong and durable. However, I technically have not tested it myself.
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Arkansas, USA
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February 24, 2016
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Water left in hose outside in freezing temps of course it will freeze and may damage the hose depending how much water is in the hose, I have has small amounts in hoses and they do fine but is a good idea to drain as much as possible
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January 13, 2016
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Definitely. It is important in the winter to drain your hose and bring it into a shed or garage where it won't freeze. Freezing can damage a hose.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 194 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by A fair product The product itself is average with very nice couplings. In fact, the best couplings I've worked with on a hose. I added some photos so you can see for yourself. The hose is strong and I found no quality issues. This hose will likely meet all your expectations with only one exception, kinks. The packaging mentions 'kink resistance technology'. I found this hose to have more kinks than the hoses I normally use. In addition, some of the hidden kinks (especially if you use a hose reel) will substantially reduce the water flow. This hose is close, but does not have the 'industrial' feel that is advertised. July 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Makes a better soaker hose. Paid the extra money for this hose because it was advertised as "Industrial-Pro". After four months of normal home owner use, it is bulging is several places (it looks like a snake swallowed a rat) and has several pin-hole leaks . It should be advertised as a soaker hose. August 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Sturdy hose The first thing I noticed about this hose was the brass fitting on the female end. It's about 2 inches long and beefy enough to get your hand around it when screwing it into the house spigot. There is also an additional 2 inches of reinforced plastic collar below the brass female end, in order to prevent the hose from kinking if pulled tight. The hose material itself is soft and flexible, but yet stiff enough so that it is resistant to kinks. For my application, I would have preferred the hose was just plain black without the yellow stripe, however the yellow stripe does act as a safety feature so that it is easily seen and less of a tripping hazard. September 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great, strong hose! What's not to like about this amazing hose! First of all, no lead, a HUGE deal if you're watering a garden or care about possible contamination at any point. Also, the hose itself is strong and never kinks. Because of it's strength, it can be a little hard to unwind or wind up, but at least it won't kink (a huge and super annoying problem with our last hose). Also, the end of the hose that connects to the faucet has added support so that the hose itself isn't bent over time, as well as easy winding on metal parts that don't make you twist the whole hose to attache it. Great attributes! Great, durable product, and I greatly appreciate that it's lead-free! March 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value for a Quality Product I have been using this hose for a couple of weeks and it performs well for me. Not too heavy, quite flexible and does not curl up. The couplings appear to be anodized aluminum and are shaped to be easy to turn for tightening to bib or another hose. Not sure about durability after being run over by a car. Available in multiple lengths, perfect for any application (50, 75 and 100 ft.). Element IndustrialPRO, ideal for the Contractor and the Serious Do-It Yourselfer. May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Commercial grade, strong, flexible, kink resistent This is a commercial grade hose made by Elements, a division of Swan, a well-known name in hoses. It is a 50 foot long hose with a 5/8 inch diameter. The hose provides plenty of water volume. The hose is rated with a high burst strength, 500 psi, is lead free and drinking water safe, and has good kink resistance. Its brown color blends well in most locations. Both end have brass lead free heavy duty couplers, and the faucet connection end has a hose armor wrapping to prevent kinking. The hose was fairly flexible given its sturdy construction, and it is recommended that is be used in temperatures of at least 70 degrees to maintain maximum flexibility. It is not for hot water, and is not intended for indoor use. It has a lifetime warranty. I installed the hose on an older hose reel with a hand crank. Hose comed with a washer installed. THe hose coiled with ease. Unwinding without the water on did result in a few kinks, but turning the water on corrected the problem. All in all a good general purpose hose May 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JUNK! It leaked from the end attached to an attachment and then the end came off. I have never had a hose let alone one that I was under the impression was "commercial grade" come apart so fast. Didn't make it 10 minutes.. Inferior product that was trying to be passed off as superior. May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not supposed to happen... Hose blew apart under normal house water pressure. Came apart at metal connection points. October 11, 2016
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