Ultra Clean Technologies Corp.’s Clean Seal System uses heat shrink technology to encapsulate the end of a hose or tube assembly
Hose / Tubing
Protective covers for hydraulic hoses are still used to protect hoses on mobile construction and mining equipment. However, with the need for higher-pressure systems and more compact machine designs, there is an increasing need for ways to safely protect machine operators and personnel from catastrophic hydraulic hose failure.
Teflon hose is seldom specified for routine hydraulic or pneumatic systems, but dominates in aerospace and tough industrial environments.
IPT’s High Pressure Tubing is rated for use in temperatures from -100° to 600°F (-73° to 315°C), with maximum working pressure of 20,000 PSI (1030 bar) or 60,000 PSI (4140 bar). Tubing is supplied in 18-22 ft. lengths, with custom lengths available upon request.
Aramid- and polyester-reinforced silicone hoses resist cracking, peeling, ozone and aging; resist extreme temperature conditions; compensate for misalignment, and offset vibration.
Tite Seal Hydraulic Hose Protector offers a self-adhering, abrasion resistant wrap and protects all size hoses, eliminating the need for stocking multiple size hose protectors.
Medium and High Pressure Products Guide provide overview of IPT’s family of medium and high pressure valves, fittings and tubing, as well as custom solutions and specialty products, including key features and specifications.
Coreflex™ Series U-COR hose offers flexibility, yet resists kinking. A smooth-bore PFA core supplies a chemically-inert, non-aging, nonstick surface for use in sanitary applications. The hose is nonabsorbent and will not impart taste or odor, is easy to clean, and features ultralow extractibles. The hose can be autoclaved and sterilized in accordance with system cleaning […]
LifeGuard sleeving system is an economical alternative to costly metal shielding or re-routing of hose lines, contains 6,000 psi bursts and 3,000 psi pinhole leaks at 212°F for up to five minutes.
Hoses are designed to have a finite life. They must be inspected periodically and replaced when deterioration is noticed. Improperly specifying a hose will shorten its life.