Higher Abrasion Resistant Ceramic Lined Hose
|FOB Price:||US $132 / Meter|
|Min. Order:||3 Meters|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|3 Meters||US $132/ Meter|
|Transport Package:||Wooden Case|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
- Usage: Industrial
- Size: 1inch
- Application: Sand Blasting
- Working Temperatrue: -20 to 120 Centigrade
- Trademark: DAIKA
- Origin: Jiangsu Changshu
- Material: EPDM
- Color: Black
- Reinforcement Layer: 3 Layers
- Working Pressure: 150psi
- Specification: SGS
- HS Code: 40092100
In consideration of of the problems met in the steel indudtry, mining and mineral industry, cement industry and power plant, the rubber hose and steel pipe are widely used in these industry.
In the past, they only used the rubber hose, we can know that the abrasion performance is not as good as these industries wish, the frequent replacement of the hose, not only delay the production time, but also lead to the cost increases. so we make the use of the alumina ceramic, which have the higher abrasive resistance, putting the ceramics into the rubber hose and rank them in order. Just for this, it can extend the service life of the rubber hose, reduce the rate of replacement, so save the production cost.
Higer abrasion and corrosion resistant:
The rubber is EPDM, which have a higer thermostability and the inner is ceramics, wear-resisting and hard.
Steel industry, mining and mineral indsutry, cement and dredging industry.
1.Wear resistant : alumina ceramic lining is 5x more wear resistant than steel and performs far
better than plain rubber hose.
2.Impact resistant: Severe particle will not harm the ceramics internals, the impact force is
transferred through the ceramic and dissipated through the rubber lining.
3.Highly flexible: The cylindrical alumina wear segment design and precise arrangement within
the rubber matrix allows a generous amount of flexibility without adverse effects on erosion
4. Corrosion resistant: Our grade of rubber has been selected to offer a wide range of corrosion
resistance against virtually all harsh chemicals typically found in slurries.