PVC Thermo-Hose

  • Thermostatically controlled

  • 5/8" double-wall PVC hose

  • Solid brass couplings

  • Quality, double walled hose

  • Turns itself off during warmer weather

  • No need to drain hose between uses

  • MET Listed

  • Patented

 Not for use as a water source for RVs!

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The NEW K&H Thermo-Hose by K&H Farm Essentials is a new heated water hose on the market! This great product invention is easy to use, just plug it in and heat the hose for 20 minutes and you will have a ice-free flexible hose to use! Take the headache out of having to use a hose in cold weather. Available in 20’, 40', and 60’ lengths.

Uses around the farm and home:

  • Filling stock tanks
  • Filling Hot tubs
  • Filling ponds & water gardens
  • Cleaning dog kennels
  • Great around the barn
  • Handy around the job site
  • Dozens of other uses!

Patent #8,028,721


Additional Info

Item #
  • 5061 – 60 Feet
Unit UPC
  • 5061 – 60 Feet – 655199050611
  • 60 Feet – 720" L x 1" W x 1" H
Item Weight
  • 60 Feet – 15 lbs.
  • 60 Feet – 250 watts
Cord Length 6 ft.
Safety Listing MET
Warranty 2 Years


Care & Instructions


The hose must be disconnected after each use so that it does not freeze at the connection point.

Occasional Use

Simply plug in your Thermo-Hose 5 to 30 minutes before use. On colder days, it can take 15 to 30 minutes to completely thaw the hose. On warmer winter days, it can thaw in as little as 2 or 3 minutes. Only hook up to water source when in immediate use.

Heavy or Frequent Use

Leave your Thermo-Hose plugged in all winter long. The thermostat will turn the hose off when ambient air temperatures rise above freezing. Only hook up to water source when in immediate use. Immediately after use, unhook from water source.

With a Sprayer or Attachment

If using a sprayer or any other attachment, do not leave the Thermo-Hose under pressure for extended periods of time.

Product Q&A

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Product-Specific Questions

What is the difference between pvc and rubber Thermo-Hoses?

The PVC hose is like most garden hoses. It is shiny in appearance and made from PVC. The rubber hose is more like most industrial hoses. It is made of quality rubber and tends to be a bit more durable than the PVC.

Can I connect multiple Thermo-Hoses?

Yes, this is possible. However, since the plug is located at the top of the hose, you would need to have electrical where the two hoses connect. You would also have to make sure to disconnect the two hoses from each other any time the water is not flowing. Otherwise, they will freeze at the connection point.

Do you have to drain the hose?

The hose does not need to be drained, but it must be disconnected from the water source after each use.

Is there a fuse in the hose?

The hose does not have a fuse.


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