HYDROFORMED STAINLESS STEEL FLEXIBLE HOSE WITH NARROW PITCH
High reliability, good flexibility, resistant to corrosion and static/pulsating pressure, absence of permeability, excellent absorption of vibrations.
Solution for overcoming all problems related to static or dynamic offsets.
High corrugation, narrow pitch, standard thickness.
Stainless steel 1.4541 EN10028-7 (AISI 321).
Stainless steel 1.4404 EN10028-7 (AISI 316L).
Stainless steel 1.4435 EN10028-7 (AISI 316L), this material can be produced upon request for suitable quantity.
Nickel alloy 2.4819 DIN 17750 (ASTM B575 UNS N10276).
On request, other grades of St. St.
Hydroforming of a longitudinally butt-welded tube.
SP.T.9700 without braid.
SP.T.9750 with one braid in St. St. 1.4301 EN10088-3 (AISI 304).
SP.T.9755 with two braids in St. St. 1.4301 EN10088-3 (AISI 304).
SP.T.9770 with braided braid in St. St. 1.4301 EN10088-3 (AISI 304).
SP.T.9777 with two braided braid in St. St. 1.4301 EN10088-3 (AISI 304).
Braids in other grades of St. St.: 1.4541 EN10088-3 (AISI 321) or 1.4404. EN10088-3 (AISI 316L) are available on request for quantities to be agreed.
SP.T.9750S with one braid in St. St. 1.4301 EN10088-3 (AISI 304) and additional sleeve in silicone coated fibreglass. Available for hose assembly only, not for bulk hoses.
In any material or type by TIG welding, silver brazing, or by mechanical fixing.
Braid ferrules available for optimal attachment of end connectors.
Delivery under pressure or vacuum of all liquid or gaseous fluids compatible with stainless steel under severe environmental conditions, combined with aggressive chemicals, high temperature, high pressure, frequent movements, static or dynamic offsets, vibrations.
Cryogenic and technical gasses, industrial and aeronautical refrigeration, exhaust gas systems, air bleed and oil breather in aircrafts, inflammable fluids on board of ships, gas turbines, solar energy systems, transformers, compressors, gas and LPG hoses and connectors, blast furnaces, converters.
-200° ÷ 550°C
For a temperature range 50°÷ 550°C working pressure must be reduced by applying the relevant coefficients (See document B205 Derating factors”).