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Garden Hose connectors

DexterOz
Junior Contributor

Garden Hose connectors

I am looking to get garden hose and spray gun but not sure of the connectors. I have three types of connectors on the tap. Can you confirm which type of connectors i need on the hose

 

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MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
Bunnings Team Member

Re: Garden Hose connectors

Hi @DexterOz,

 

Many thanks for your question. When you purchase a hose, it will come with two click-on connectors and an adaptor so they can attach to your tap. These two taps are standard. The hose will click straight onto the tap timer, and the included adaptor will be needed for the other. You'll need to purchase a tap key so you can operate the tap without the handle.

 

 

This third tap has some adaptor already on it. I'm not quite sure what is going on there as it reads "Max temp" There is a good chance a standard tap adaptor will screw straight onto it, or you might need to try and remove the current brass adaptor first.

 

 

In conclusion, these are all standard taps, and the fittings included with the hose will suit them. You can purchase additional standard tap adaptors for each tap so you can move the hose around easily.

 

Please let me know if you need further help or had questions.

 

Mitchell

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DexterOz
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Re: Garden Hose connectors

Thanks Mitchell

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redracer01
Trusted Contributor

Re: Garden Hose connectors

Hello @DexterOz 

 

The parts below are the most common hose attachments you will need to connect to your garden tap. One is called the Homan 12 x 20/25 BSP Universal Tap Adaptor. The other one is called Holman 12mm Hose Connector and is pushed and screwed on to the end of a hose. The two then join together to clip on. Check the size of your hose before buying the fittings to make sure they will fit.

 

Cheers,

Red

 

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