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Tube made of mandrel for the delivery and suction of a wide range of chemical products. Great flexibility due to its corrugated cover. Inner tube: Black antistatic UPE rubber resistant to most chemicals.:...
€11.20 (tax excl.)
Tube made of mandrel for use with a wide range of chemical products. Very flexible and manageable. Inner tube UPE rubber resistant to most chemicals. High tenacity synthetic braiding. Outer cover in weather-resistant...
€1.21 (tax excl.)
W2 reinforced clamp. Manufactured according to DIN 3017 Zinc plated steel screw Tape and head in stainless steel X6Cr17 (DIN 1.4016) (AISI-430) Wide range of diameters.
€0.38 (tax excl.)
High performance W2 endless clamp. They are ideal for the automotive and industrial world. Complies with DIN-3017 Standard Available in a wide range of diameters. Strap width 9mm. For max. tightening 4 Nm. Zinc plated...
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Hoses for chemical products. Buy online at the best price

Hoses used to handle chemicals are often designed with specific materials to resist corrosion and chemical reactions.

Some points to consider when looking for chemical hoses are:

  • Material of construction: Make sure the hose is made of materials compatible with the chemicals you will be handling. They are usually UPE rubber, PVDF or some EPDM derivative.
  • Chemical resistance: You must verify the specifications and the degree of concentration of the fluid that will be circulated to ensure that it is suitable for the specific products that you will handle. If the concentration is not very high, various types of hoses may be suitable, but if the concentration is very high, contact us to advise your application.
  • Working pressure: Working pressure is important, the hose can have several options, with one mesh or two intermediate meshes to ensure it is compatible with your applications.
  • Temperature: Consider the working temperature, as some chemicals may require hoses capable of withstanding extreme temperatures.
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