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Types of wear-resistant industrial hoses
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Unlike conventional hoses, polyurethane hoses are very wear-resistant. They are also very flexible and have good chemical resistance. They are suitable for use in hazardous environments. They are also very light and lightweight. They have smooth inner surfaces and high airflow efficiency. They come in many types. They are mostly made of synthetic rubber and spring steel wire. They are wear resistant and can be used to convey abrasive materials. They can also be used in applications requiring smooth walls. They can be used in high wear areas and are an excellent alternative to cast iron pipe. P405/PU-LR (ESTER BASE) Made of oil resistant synthetic rubber. It also resists aliphatic hydrocarbons. It is available in clear yellow. Suitable for paper mills, textile mills and other industrial applications. It's also UV resistant and exceptionally durable. It is free of heavy metals and is suitable for applications where the hose comes into contact with concrete, plaster or plaster. They are also available as an option with protective hose and suction nozzle. They measure 160mm. SBR/NR/BR hoses are also hard wearing and smooth. It is suitable for conveying dense materials with stable cross section. It is also antistatic. It is ideal for flexible applications. It also offers options for high pressure resistance. It is ideal for applications that require floating. The S-R hose is a fabric hose. It is suitable for applications requiring exhaust gas temperatures up to 300°C. It's also abrasion resistant and made from high-quality synthetic fabrics. It is available in a variety of sizes and shapes. It is ideal for applications requiring high discharge pressures. It is also available in options with high adhesion helices. It also offers options designed for competitive sports. You can also use nylon sleeves made from polyurethane-coated nylon.

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