Hangzhou Panasia Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd.

Water Hose Wholesale


As China Water Hose Manufacturers and Water Hose Factory, Hangzhou Panaisa Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd. (referred to as "Panasia") was established in December 2002, with its headquarters located in Tonglu, Zhejiang Province. Panasia is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the design, manufacture, and sale of kitchen and bathroom products. The company has a registered capital of 93.8 million RMB and has controlling subsidiaries Hangzhou Hoca Kitchen and Bath Products Co., Ltd. (referred to as "Hoca") and Hangzhou BDC Kitchen & Bath Technology Co., Ltd. (referred to as "BDC").
Panasia is one of the largest international high-end Kitchen and bathroom sanitary ware products suppliers in China, providing OEM and ODM services for globally renowned brands. As of 2022, the company's annual sales exceed $170 million, with faucet and accessories products sales accounting for over $100 million.
The company owns multiple invention patents and utility model patents, has passed the GB/T29490-2013 intellectual property management system certification, and is a national demonstration enterprise for intellectual property advantages. we supply Water Hose Wholesale, the company has a research and development team centered on a Zhejiang provincial-level enterprise research institute, consisting of more than 100 engineering and technical personnel and management experts, responsible for technical research and development, quality control, and other work.



How do you properly store and maintain water hoses to ensure their longevity and prevent damage?

Use Hose Reels or Carts: Consider using a hose reel or cart to neatly store your water hose. These devices make it easy to coil and uncoil the hose, preventing kinks and tangles.
Drain the Hose: Before storing the hose, disconnect it from the water source and allow it to drain completely. This helps prevent freezing in cold weather and reduces the risk of mildew or mold growth.
Coil the Hose Properly: When coiling the hose, use large, loose loops to prevent kinks. Avoid sharp bends or tight coils, as these can damage the hose over time.
Store in a Cool, Dry Place: Ideally, store your hose indoors or in a cool, dry location to protect it from UV rays, extreme temperatures, and weather damage. If outdoor storage is necessary, use a hose reel with a protective cover or a hose hanger to keep it off the ground.
Protect from Sunlight: If you must store the hose outdoors, avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, as UV rays can cause the hose material to deteriorate over time. Consider covering it with a hose reel cover or storing it in the shade.
Inspect Regularly: Periodically inspect your water hose for signs of wear, cracks, leaks, or damage. Check the hose fittings and connections as well.
Replace Washers: If you notice leaks at hose connections, replace the rubber washers or gaskets inside the hose fittings. This simple maintenance task can prevent water wastage and extend the hose's life.
Clean the Hose: To prevent mold or mildew growth, clean the inside of the hose regularly. Use a hose cleaning nozzle or attach a hose-end filter to remove debris and sediment. Rinse it thoroughly after use.
Remove Kinks: If you encounter kinks in the hose, uncoil it and straighten it out. Kinks weaken the hose structure and can lead to cracks or leaks.
Repair Leaks: If you find any leaks or cracks, repair them promptly using hose repair kits or hose menders. These kits typically include clamps and connectors to fix damaged sections.
Lubricate Couplings: Apply a silicone-based lubricant or a mild soap solution to the hose's fittings to make it easier to connect and disconnect.
Avoid Running Over: Prevent running heavy equipment or vehicles over the hose, as this can cause irreparable damage.
Winterize: In colder climates, it's important to winterize your hose to prevent freezing. Drain it completely, disconnect it from the water source, and store it indoors during winter months.
Use a Nozzle: When using the hose, attach a spray nozzle to control the water flow and reduce pressure on the hose. This helps prevent excessive stress on the hose and fittings.
Replace When Necessary: If the hose is significantly damaged, worn out, or beyond repair, it's best to replace it with a new one to ensure efficient water flow and prevent water wastage.