Composite hoses

Composite hoses consisting of multiple layers of thermoplastic fabrics and films, held in place by internal and external wire helices, are manufactured under tension to make them self-sealing.
By Plant Engineering Staff September 15, 2008

Composite hoses consisting of multiple layers of thermoplastic fabrics and films, held in place by internal and external wire helices, are manufactured under tension to make them self-sealing. TIFT-Compoflex and Willcox Hose products, engineered to provide structural support and crush resistance, are available with standard and customized end fittings to meet the specific requirements of virtually any application. Chemical compatibility makes the hoses suitable for transfer of a range of chemical and petroleum products.

U.S. Hose Corp.

www.ushosecorp.com