Industrial hoses are an important element in industrial processes, so it is important to carefully select the right hoses for specific applications and needs.
It is important to mention that technical hoses can be made from a variety of materials, including rubber, plastic, PVC, metal, and more. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages that make them suitable for certain use cases. For example, rubber hoses can be more flexible and chemical resistant, while plastic or PVC hoses are often chosen for their chemical resistance and lower cost.
According to the design, industrial hoses are divided into suction and pressure hoses, they are necessary in many industries where efficient liquid transportation or pumping is required. The abrasion resistance of the material from which the hose is made determines the durability of the hose, as well as the mechanical friction resistance when pumping abrasive materials such as dust, sugar, sawdust, sand, etc. The type and strength of the reinforcement of industrial hoses depends on the pressure or vacuum a specific hose can withstand, as well as the flexibility of the hose. The working pressure of the hose is the allowable pressure at average room temperature, while the limit or burst pressure indicates the conditions under which the hose will burst.
Special attention is paid to hoses used in the food industry. They must meet strict hygiene and safety standards, so they are made of special materials, plastic or rubber mixtures that are easy to clean, sterilize and do not have a negative impact on the quality of food products.