Gates Oil & Gas

Truco supplies a comprehensive range of specialised hoses designed explicitly for use in niche oil & gas applications. They are engineered and manufactured to withstand the rugged conditions associated with oil & gas drilling, pumping, transferring and cleaning, among other application uses.

Truco is Gates' sub-Saharan African supplier for oil & gas hoses, which makes them the go-to company for hoses tailored for use in the upstream, mid-stream and downstream oil & gas markets. Gates' manufacturing expertise allows us to supply fully assembled bonded and swaged hoses months in advance of any local competitor -at cost-competitive prices.


Gates oil & gas hosesWhy use upstream oil & gas hoses from Truco?

  • Sourced from world-renowned Gates, oil & gas industry specialists
  • Designed for long-lasting performance
  • All OEM warranties upheld by Truco
  • Into Africa from Africa means reduced turnaround times
  • Working pressure and temperature variations tailored to application specs

Applications for oil and gas hoses

Gates oil & gas hoses are ideal for high-pressure water distribution, hot water wash down, hydraulic lines, air drill, and pneumatic equipment applications. For fluid and materials transfer applications, this range of industrial transfer hoses handles water suction and discharge, detergents, hydraulic fluids, dilute acid solutions, alkalines, glycol, oils, petrol, fuel oil and lubricating oils. The entire range is resistant to heat, cold, oil, abrasion, ozone, and weather for long service life in the harshest conditions.

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Send us your requirements using the STAMPED acronym:

S Size: The length and inside diameter?

T Temperature: Temperature of the medium transported?

A Application: What is the purpose of the hose?

M Material: What product will be conveyed through the hose?

P Pressure: The working pressure and the required safety margin?

E Ends: Are couplings required, and if so a detailed specification?

D Delivery: When is it needed?

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