Steel and Thermoplastic:
To complete a standard water mist fire suppression system installation, both the stainless steel and thermoplastic hoses, will be used navigate each unique property to achieve the system’s design standard.
Thermoplastic hydraulic hoses typically have an inner tube, one or more layers of reinforcement, and a protective cover.
A critical aspect of thermoplastic hose construction is how the tube, reinforcement and cover are bonded together. Thermal and chemical bonding methods ensure strong adhesion because thermoplastic materials can be re-melted during the production process. As a result, both the tube OD and cover ID materials can migrate between reinforcing fibers, creating a sturdy attachment between the three layers.
Our thermoplastic hose typically has a smooth internal surface that permits highly efficient flow and reduces flow losses. It also tends to offer low expansion even at maximum working pressure and with a protective inner and outer layer our hoses resist erosion, which helps maintain overall system cleanliness.
FYI: Thermoplastic hoses are common in both mobile and industrial equipment, and they are widely used in medium-to-high pressure hydraulic applications. Related products are often specified for handling compressed air and other gases, transporting chemicals, and in water-cleaning …perfect for our requirements.
We Connect through your Property on site
Our portable swaging machines allow us to cut the precise length of hose required to navigate around a property, connecting the pump to our water mist nozzles.
Our on-site mobile installation allows:
- Less wastage of materials.
- More accurate pricing quote.
- You to only pay for materials used.
The stainless-steel fixtures and fittings when swaged on to our high pressure hose have a max W.P. of up to 300 bar.
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