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High Temperature Helix Steel Wire And Anti-static Copper Wire Fire Rated Oil Delivery Hose

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Product category: oil hose

Type code: FRO150

Inner tube: nitrile rubber

Reinforcement: high tension textile fabric or cord, helix steel wire, anti-static copper wire

Fire shield layer: glass fiber cloth

Outer cover: schloroprene rubber

Constant operation:-30˚C to + 100˚C

Trademark: VELON/ODM/OEM

Advantage: fire resistance testing according to ISO 15540 and ISO 15541 at 800˚C × 30min.


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Applications

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Suitable for fuel oil, gasoline, diesel with aromatic content up to 50%, also can be applied for seawater, fresh water, mud, air and other general purposes.

Technical Description

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Tube: Black, nitrile rubber, oil resistance, seawater resistance, high temperature resistance, acid & alkali resistance

Reinforcement: High tension textile fabric or cord, helix steel wire, anti-static copper wire

Fire Shield layer: Glass fiber cloth

Cover: Red, chloroprene rubber, fire resistance, wear resistance, ozone and aging resistance, oil resistanc

Temperature range : - 30˚C to + 100˚C

Standards

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 Fire resistance testing according to ISO 15540 and ISO 15541, at 800˚C × 30m

TYPE FRO150

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Raw materials customized research and development

Velon has the ability to carry out  raw materials research and development, by cooperating with suppliers from local and abroad  institutes, universities and well-known enterprise ,R&D department sets up standards which meets and exceeds the industry standards,so we can develop raw materials according to the customer's application of technical requirements,from raw materials formula to the modified materials.

Rubber product development

Velon can provide system design support to assist in both new project development and review of existing terminal operations. In-house computing facilities include industry standard analysis software for verification and investigation purposes.

In addition, Velon has been using finite element analysis (FEA) techniques for detailed hose design. Methodology has evolved from simple representation of individual hose wall layers and end fittings, to present day modelling of the complex, three-dimensional interactions between bonded rubber, textile, and helical wire matrices and their terminations on profiled hose fitting nipples under various mechanical loading regimes.

Such design capability assists rapid progression from hose application concept to working solution, allowing quick and confident response to customer requirements.


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