Prevents 90% of hydraulic, air line and electric cable failures due to wear at points of contact!

quoteNo other product available will result in as many BENEFITS & SAVINGS with only a small investment of time and expense. EPHA: The Original Hose Protector!

EPHA Hose Protectors are durable wear shields made of an abrasion and hydrocarbon resistant material which is impervious to solvents, oils, grease and gasoline. In addition, the hose protector has an extremely high wear factor as well as a wide range of operating temperatures (-40 degrees to 430 degrees F) which allows it to protect your equipment in even the harshest of conditions.


  • Hydraulic Lines
  • Battery Cables
  • Wiring Harnesses
  • Brake Systems
  • Oil & Fuel Lines
  • Radiator Hoses


If you would like to learn more about EPHA's hose protectors or hose protection products, please call us at 800-867-2351 or email us at

About EPHA

EPHA products have symbolized high quality manufacturing for 26 years - & for a good reason. EPHA is known & used exclusively throughout the hydraulic industry where harsh conditions & intolerable environments permit only the strongest & most reliable of parts. Simply put, the name EPHA means protection. This is a reputation founded on experience & product excellence - dependable performance repeated over the years again & again.

Unique Features

  • Extremely high wear factor
  • Wide operating temperature range (-40 to 430 F)
  • Impervious to solvents, oils, grease, gasoline, etc.
  • Protective grooves prevent slipping and wear of cable ties
  • Easy installation in minutes
  • Exceptionally cost effective
  • Available in 5 sizes - 4", 6", 8", 10" and 12" - cable ties included

Protects Against

  • Hose and wiring abrasion caused by points of contact
  • Expensive hose and wiring repair bills
  • Fires caused by failed oil & electrical systems
  • Lost profits from costly down time
  • DEQ oil spills & clean-up

Easy Installation

1. Locate the suspected problem area on hose.

2. Place the Hose Protector over the problem area.

3. Install cable ties, pulling tight with pliers.

4. Cut of the excess length of the ties and the hose is now safely shielded from wear.