Suppliers Handling the Demand for Frac Hose in Arkansas

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Fracking and Natural Gas

 
There have been thousands of wells that have been fracked in Arkansas in just the last decade alone. High levels of fracking require large quantities of frac hose in Arkansas in order to keep these operations running smoothly. Fracking, or horizontal drilling as it is also known, has largely replaced the procedure of drilling vertical wells.
 
Fracking involves forcibly injecting a mixture of water, sand and other specialized fracking chemicals into a deposit of shale. The mixture is used to create fissures and fractures in the shale that will allow natural gas and other deposits of fossil fuels to flow upward and out of the rock. The natural gas is then collected and transported to an area where it can be processed. Frac hose is the term used for the hoses that are used to discharge the fracking solution (frac discharge hoses) as well as the hoses used to collect the natural gas and resulting waste (frac suction and transfer hoses).
 

The Anatomy of Quality Frac Hose

 
Frac discharge hoses are designed to withstand high pressures and have higher levels of abrasion resistance; liquids and sand moving at high speeds are incredibly corrosive. In order to achieve important levels of safety and performance, frac hoses will be made from different materials that provide the benefits that are required. The inner tubing will be made from materials that do not break down when exposed to chemicals.

The latest frac hoses have enhanced safety properties due to improvements in the rubber carcass and improved tube compound compatibility for specific fracking chemicals. These hoses are built to handle pressures of 400psi or above and are used at the wellhead. The long length frac discharge hoses that bring water from a distance for storage in portable ponds is rated at 200 psi working pressure.

 

Quality Frac Hose Supply

 
Finding a reliable supply of high quality frac hose in Arkansas is essential for the smooth operation of natural gas companies. With the number of companies operating in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas, finding a reliable supplier of frac hose can be difficult. For natural gas companies, having a supplier who is able to meet both regional and local demand for all types of industrial hose products is especially important to minimizing lead times and meeting production deadlines. Finding a supplier with strong inventory support and competitive prices is vital to maximizing profits of drilling operations.
 
The top industrial hose suppliers provide an excellent alternative source of supply for frac hoses and couplings in Arkansas and the rest of the US. With large inventories of products and same-day shipping options, these suppliers are able to effectively compete with local suppliers by greatly improving the purchasing experience for customers. It is common for these suppliers to have competitive pricing, efficient order fulfillment and better customer service.
 
Discover why more natural gas companies are relying on alternative industrial hose and coupling suppliers for high quality frac hose in Arkansas today.
 
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Toronto Warehouse
50 Fasken Drive,
Toronto, Ontario
M9W 1K5      [Map]
 
Edmonton Warehouse
9547 - 12 Ave SW,
Edmonton Alberta
T6X 0C3      [Map]
 
Montreal Warehouse
9555 Henri Bourassa W,
Ville St Laurent, Quebec,
H4S 1S7      [Map]
 
Houston Warehouse
5731 Harvey Wilson Dr
Houston, Texas
77020          [Map]