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PTFE hoses have a very good chemical resistance to most fluids, resist to high temperatures, have non-sticking and very low-friction characteristics, have almost no aging, and can be constructed to achieve very good flexibility and pressure resistance.
The only reactants are extreme oxidizers and reducing agents (elementary sodium, fluorine, chlorine trifluoride and related compounds), and alkali metals (potassium and lithium).
Due to its overall excellent chemical resistance, PTFE hoses are used in a very wide variety of industrial applications for conveyance of hot and cold gases, steam, water, synthetic and petroleum-base hydraulic fluids, as well as corrosive chemicals.
Due to its non-contaminant and non-contaminable characteristics, PTFE hoses are used in a wide variety of medical and laboratory apparatus, cosmetics, food industry, automotive and aeronautics industries.
Metal hose is used when temperature extremes, corrosive media, or permeation preclude the use of rubber, PTFE, or plastic hose. Typical applications are found in steel making, chemical processing, paper manufacturing, petroleum refining, and in numerous other industrial applications.
STRIP WOUND HOSES are manufactured by helically winding a pre-formed strip around a mandrel of the required size. A packing of copper wire, rubber or yarn may be provided within the folds during the manufacturing process to obtain liquid tightness. Special winding processes ensure a low leakage rate and high flexibility.
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