Concrete Hose 85bar
Concrete Hose 85bar
Concrete Hose 85bar is a heavy duty hose. Compared with common grade placement hose, it can bear much higher pressure. While it could be max 85 bar. Thus it is the best choice for high pressure applications.
Tube:: Black, smooth, abrasion resistant NR/SBR
Cover: Black, smooth, cloth impression, NR/SBR, resistant to abrasion, cutting, gouging and weather.
Reinforcement: 2”-3”: two steel wires braid; 3-1/2”-6”: four layers of steel cords
It is a heavy-duty hose uniquely formulated for pumping concrete, fireproofing, plaster, shotcrete and grout materials. This abrasion resistant and heavy wall concrete pump hose has a wide variety of sizes and end types. Also known as plaster hose, grout hose, mud hose assemblies include full-flow internally expanded couplings. This type coupling prevents material build up inside the hose shank and allows for higher shank retention and an increased working pressure rating. Large diameter placement hose assemblies include true bore crimp couplings.
Concrete Hose Application:
It’s to deliver concrete, cement, grout and other materials.
Temperature: -40℃ to +70℃ (-40℉ to +158℉)
Concrete Hose Features:
1.High abrasion resistant tube
2.Abrasion loss value: DIN53516 70±5mm3
3.Weather and ozone resistant cover
Concrete Hose 85bar Specification
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What are the sizez available?
We can offer you various sizes of such concrete hose. While it can be from 2” to 6”.
Is the hose safe enough for pumping work?
Our concrete pumping hose has great abrasion resistance. Thus you can use it to pump abrasives without worrying about the strength. In another hand, it has a high working pressure. And the burst pressure is 3 times of working pressure. Thus it’s a safe choice.
How should I maintain and clean a concrete placement hose?
Flushing: After each use, flush the hose thoroughly with water to remove any residual concrete. Use a rubber mallet or other suitable tool to dislodge any hardened material inside the hose.
Inspection: Regularly inspect the hose for signs of wear, abrasion, or damage. Look for cracks, bulges, or leaks that could compromise its integrity. Replace the hose if necessary.
Storage: Store the hose in a clean, dry area, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Avoid sharp bends or kinks that could deform the hose over time.
Follow Manufacturer’s Instructions: Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines for specific maintenance recommendations, as different types of concrete placement hoses may have unique requirements.