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Flextraction has launched a range of suction and blast hoses for use in high-temperature applications involving aggressive solids or gases and in chemical, manufacturing de-dusting and suction plants.

The hoses, depending on the type and size, vary in weight, flexibility and compressibility to meet a variety of requirements.

The suction and blast hoses operate in temperatures from -200C up to +1,100C.

The thermoplastic polymer hoses are suitable for use in applications where the maximum temperature is +125C.

The steel hoses, meanwhile, can be used in temperatures up to +400C and the stainless-steel hoses can operate in temperatures up to +600C.

For better thermal insulation, multiply-constructed hoses using alternating special high-temperature webbing and special insulating materials are effective up to 1,100C over short periods.

The new range includes the VA 471 Teflon, double-layer, ultra-lightweight, compressible hose, which is designed for use in applications where operating temperatures can range from approximately -150C to +250C and over a short period of time in applications up to 270C.

Typical applications for these new hoses include equipment involving aggressive solids such as dust particles, powder and fibres and aggressive gases such as vapours, fumes and smoke, as well as applications in the chemical industry, manufacturing de-dusting and suction plants as well as in bellows and compensators.

The new range also includes the Norres CP Hitex 483 multi-layer, high-temperature suction and blast hose, which designed for use in applications reaching up to 1,100C, such as dust, powder and fibre solids, gas, vapour and flue-gas extraction, blast furnace exhaust and welding fume extraction as well as exhaust extraction in engine construction, engine warming, aircraft and military equipment construction.

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