Mend damaged hoses and secure hose connections using these hose menders and ferrules.
Repair a hole or crack in your hose with these hose menders. Cut out the damaged section of hose, insert the spliced ends into the hose mender, and secure the mender with hose ferrules or clamps for a tight, permanent seal. Choose a mender that is compatible with the diameter of your hose.
Push On Connections
Screw On Connections
An alternative to hose clamps, hose ferrules secure a fitting to the end of a hose. Slide the ferrule over the hose end where the fitting is connected, and use a hose crimper to crimp the ferrule and create a permanent seal.