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Compressed air coils are components used in compressed air systems to provide flexibility and absorb vibrations. These spirals, also known as compressed air spiral hoses, are common in industrial applications and are used to connect pneumatic tools, equipment, and other devices to the compressed air source.
These spirals are usually made of pressure- and abrasion-resistant materials , usually polyamide and polyurethane, which allows them to withstand the pressure of compressed air and resist wear in industrial environments. They are also flexible and can be easily rolled or unrolled, making them easy to use and store.
Polyamide spirals have a high elastic return. High mechanical resistance. Excellent thermal properties: -40ºC to +120ºC. Great resistance to chemical agents. Electrical and thermal insulator. Little water absorption. Low gas permeability. Polyurethane spirals turn out to be the ideal material for the production of spiral tubes, due to their rubber-like flexibility, weight 1/3 less and last 5 times longer.
It has low resistance to extension force, which reduces operator effort. Easy to handle. Compact, reduced external diameter. Excellent resistance to chemical agents, oxidants, hydrolysis and ozone. Anti-abrasion. Lightness and flexibility. Working temperature: from -40ºC to +82ºC. Working pressure: 10 bar. It is supplied assembled with rotating fittings at the ends. Applications of compressed air spirals: Covers a large part of the applications in the pneumatics sector, and also other uses such as laboratories, instrumentation, etc.
Especially indicated for use in pneumatic hand tools, where ergonomics is increasingly sought. There are also double spirals, for double circulation of the fluid, they are identified by different colors, in this way we can separate the different fluids that can circulate and not mix them and have them identified. Compressed air spirals are used in all industrial sectors, workshops and services where flexibility is needed for operations through compressed air.