Crushproof technology allows garage exhaust hoses to return back to their original shape after being crushed or ran over by vehicles and other heavy machinery.
Crushproof hoses are best-suited for applications where the hose is left on the floor or used in an underground application.
Kinking at or close to fittings can cause tears and holes which allow contaminants to release can cause bubbling.
If the hose is not properly assembled and inserted correctly into components, fittings and other parts may suffer from leakage or come loose and blow off.
If garage exhaust hoses are not rinsed and drained after being used, dust and particulate can build up and clog the hose causing ventilation issues.
Being too rough on a hose that is not constructed of the proper material, pulling or towing it across rough surfaces or excessive rubbing against an abrasive surface, sharp corners, brackets, or missized clamps will result in damage and eventually failure.
If your garage exhaust hose is not long enough it's unable to expand and contract because of pressure or temperature changes causing excess stress on the fittings or hose reinforcement.
Crushing, kinking, or forcing a hose to bend outside of its bend radius limits with cause the hose to burst.
Passing incompatible fluids through the hose will cause the inner tube material to deteriorate. In this case, the hose will show signs of swelling and splitting.