Keep it Safe with Mavrik Hoses and Swivel Connectors

12 19 2022 AP Mavrik NovBlog optimized

As a foodservice technician, keeping up with all the new products can be overwhelming. Is it really worth making the switch if the products you’re currently using work just fine? If switching to a new product means increased safety, then making the switch should be at the top of your to-do list.

Speaking of safety, one product that you should consider upgrading soon is standard gas connectors.

The problem with standard gas connectors

Although your current gas connectors seem to get the job done just fine, they actually raise several safety concerns. Standard gas connectors pull hoses at odd angles, which stresses connection points and reduces usable hose length.

The solution: New gas hoses and connector kits from Mavrik™

The easiest solution is making the switch to the new gas hoses and connector kits from Mavrik™. These deluxe kits come with 360° swivel connectors, which reduces tension and requires less space between equipment and the gas source. Plus, the new product meets or exceeds IS and ANSI standards and comes with a 5-year warranty.

There are a variety of gas hose options, and each kit comes with everything you need to connect gas equipment in commercial kitchens:

  • 360° rotating connection
  • Heavy-duty PVC coating
  • Stainless steel braid
  • Corrugated stainless steel binding
  • Gas hose
  • Quick disconnect
  • Full port ball valve
  • Restraining cable & mounting hardware
  • 2 – 90° elbows
  • 1 – 90° elbow with 360° swivel connector

Making the switch to Mavrik™ OEM-equivalent parts

Mavrik™ hoses and swivel connectors are safer and will last longer than standard gas connectors. Plus, by making the switch to Mavrik™ OEM equivalents, you’ll pay 29% less on average for the same functionality, safety, and reliability as OEM parts.

Order a Mavrik™ gas hose kit risk-free today!


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