Rubber hose


The rubber hose is a steel wire braided hose. The hose is composed of an inner rubber layer, a steel wire braid layer and an outer rubber layer. Suitable for conveying hydraulic fluids such as alcohols, fuels, lubricants, emulsions, etc.


In contrast to hard tubes, the most characteristic feature of (rubber) hoses is flexibility.

Depending on the operating conditions and performance requirements, hose designs vary widely. Common parameters include size, pressure, weight, length, bend, and chemical durability.

Industrial grade


Compared with civil hoses, the industrial working environment is more complicated and more rigorous, and the requirements for the conveying pipes are more demanding. Therefore, industrial hoses have strict specifications from design, material selection to production, transportation and even final storage. standard.

Industrial hoses are available in a wide range of sizes, pressure ranges and chemical resistance.


Industrial hose applications cover a wide range of industrial manufacturing and distribution areas, widely used in petroleum, chemical, marine, shipyard, tanker, agriculture, food, beverage, pharmaceutical and other industries, as well as hot and cold water, steam, ventilation, cooling, fire protection , hydraulic, medium such as gas, water, fog, mud, sand, iron and so on.