If this gas hose meets its production standards, it is a regular product, and of course it can be used and is relatively safe. However, for household gas, there is no need to deliberately buy this kind of steel wire hose. As far as rubber hoses are concerned, the steel wire does not have the effect of preventing rat bites, and the pressure of household gas is generally a fiber braid. The hose is sufficient, and this steel wire hose cannot effectively prevent the normal aging of the hose. So there is no need to deliberately pursue this kind of steel wire hose. In addition, I want to explain to you that there is currently a steel wire braided hose without a protective layer on the outside. This type of hose is generally used as a water pipe and cannot be used as a gas. Don't use this kind of hose as a gas hose.
Which hose is safe and practical?
The stainless steel corrugated hose is the safest and most practical, and it is also the most recommended gas hose.
Among them, rubber and plastic hoses are easy to age, are not abrasion-resistant, and are prone to rat bites. They are not safe; aluminum-plastic pipes are generally not used for gas equipment connection due to their poor flexibility; armored metal hoses, although they can prevent Rat bites, but its joints still have the problem of aging easily and are not very safe. Therefore, for now, the stainless steel corrugated hose is safer and more practical.