Hello again, I would like to know what a "speedlay" hose means. I looked for it in many dictionaries but I still could not find anything. So I guess it must have to do with a quick deployment of the hose, but it may be a "cheap" deduction.... Here is some context (it is a newspaper article about pumpers): The hose bed is fabricated of 12-gauge galvanneal-steel and is approximately 69.5 inches from the ground when the apparatus is fully loaded. There are two 1.75 inch speedlay hose beds with trays and a backstop breaking system. Also featured are roll-up compartment doors with keyed locks. Thank you for your help!