Upstream Oil & Gas Hose

The upstream hose market for the oil & gas industry is tailored to the industry's drilling and cementing aspects, be it from a flotation vessel, land rig, jack-up platform, semi-submersible or submersible platforms.

Truco uses Gates, the multinational leading manufacturer of application-specific fluid power & power transmission solutions, as its single supplier of hoses tailored for use in the upstream oil & gas market.


Whether searching for potential underground or underwater crude oil and natural gas fields, drilling exploratory wells, or drilling and operating the wells that recover and bring the crude oil or raw natural gas to the surface, Gates hoses from Truco are the ideal solution.

There are 4 hose ranges in Truco's stockholding of Gates specialised upstream oil and gas hoses. They are high pressure drilling hose, high pressure cementing hose, blow out preventer hose and rig supply hose.

Why use upstream oil & gas hoses from Truco?

  • Sourced from world-renowned oil & gas industry specialists, Gates
  • 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

Phone +27 11 839 2370 now for specification advice, plans and pricing, or complete the enquiry form and a consultant will contact you.

As a supplier of oil & gas hose solutions, Truco provides hose accessories, along with hose fittings and clamps for its range of Gates upstream oil & gas hoses.

Get expert advice, plans and pricing for oil & gas hoses today!

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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