A: Yes as in heat from an AC compressor but I would not put it in direct contact of the exhaust from fuel burning in a furnace
A: heat and sunlight will eventually make it hard
A: WORKING TEMPERATURE IS -40 TO 175 F.THANKS.
A: Yes, this vinyl tubing can be used for gas transfer.
A: I don't think it is rated for gas or diesel. Better to get fuel rated hose
A: After cleaning it, I would only use it with cold water, not hot water
A: Yes, I've used it for 2 months on an off grid 275 gallon tote with a mobile home water pump. It is NSF ( National Sanitation Foundation) rated. The problem with using it for drinking water is the awful plastic after-taste in the water. It is at it's worst in the summer when the hose gets warm/hot. Not even an extremely strong pot of coffee can disguise the taste.
A: I bought for my pond it works well.
A: No, it is not drinking water safe.
A: I believe so. I am using it for tubing to aquarium filter outlets
A: There is no definitive way to answer this question as the supplier of these hoses can vary by store and region. So no one can say for sure yes or no. You have to check the label on the product at the store. Hose, tubing, etc for potable water should be labled as having a NSF-61 or NSF-PW certification. The description for the product online lists that it's NSF certified, but that could also mean NSF-DWV (drain, waste, vent). So only way to be safe when buying products for potable water use is to look for the NSF-61 and/or NSF-PW certification on the product.
A: No, you cannot
A: Sorry，this hose is sold in piece, and one piece 10FT.
A: No, this product is not food grade certified.
A: Don't think I would what to eat it . Can be used for my water system in travel trailer once you rinse the tubing with a few drops of bleach and flush it to rid the taste of bleach.
A: No, I would not expose food to this