Phone: 800-362-6533  •  Fax: 330-497-0415 7800 Freedom Avenue NW  •  North Canton, Ohio 44720-6978 sales@specialtyhose.com  |  Cage Code 1S353 © 2017 Specialty Hose Corporation  |  All Rights Reserved
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Metal Hose

Specialty Hose offers a complete line of Metal Hose - the most versatile of the hose products. Materials:  304, 316, 321 Stainless Steel, Bronze, Inconel, Monel Sizes:  ¼” through 16” ID Temperature Range:  Cryogenic to +1500 Degrees Fahrenheit Pressure Range:  Up to 5800 psi working pressure
Metal Hose
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For additional information regarding our metal hose products, please contact us.
When should I consider metal hose for my application? Generally, there are eight reasons to consider metal hose for your applications: Temperature Extremes - If either the temperature of the media traveling through the hose, or the external conditions, are very hot or very cold, metal might be the only material that can withstand the temperature. Chemical Compatibility - Metal can handle a wider variety of chemicals than most other materials.  If the hose is going to be exposed to aggressive chemicals, either internally or externally, then you should consider using metal hose. Permeation Concerns - Non-metal materials are susceptible to gases permeating through them and into the atmosphere.  Metal does not allow permeation.  If it is important that a gas is contained within the hose, then you should consider using metal. Potential for Catastrophic Failure - If a sudden failure of your hose could be catastrophic, you should consider using a metal hose.  Using metal could help to minimize the damage if your hose assembly should fail, since metal products generally develop small holes or cracks when they fail, unlike other products which may develop larger holes of come apart completely. Abrasion and Over-bending Concerns - To prevent abrasion and over-bending, a metal hose can be used as a protective cover over wires or other hoses. Fire Safety - Other product types will melt when exposed to fire while metal maintains its integrity up to 1200°F. Achieving Full Vacuum - Under full vacuum, metal products maintain their shape while other product types may collapse. Flexibility in Fitting Configuration - Virtually any type of fitting can be attached to metal products while other product types require special shanks and collars.
WHEN? WHAT?
CERTIFIED WELDING SECTION IX ANSI B31.1 / B31.3 AWS D17.1
Phone: 800-362-6533  •  Fax: 330-497-0415 7800 Freedom Avenue NW  •  North Canton, Ohio 44720-6978 sales@specialtyhose.com  |  Cage Code 1S353 © 2016 Specialty Hose Corporation  |  All Rights Reserved
Website design and hosting by EmTech Enterprises

Metal Hose

Specialty Hose offers a complete line of Metal Hose - the most versatile of the hose products. Materials:  304, 316, 321 Stainless Steel, Bronze, Inconel, Monel Sizes:  ¼” through 16” ID Temperature Range:  Cryogenic -1500 Degrees Ferenhieght Pressure Range:  Up to 5800psi working pressure
Metal Hose
For additional information regarding our metal hose products, please contact us.
When should I consider metal hose for my application? Generally, there are eight reasons to consider metal hose for your applications: Temperature Extremes - If either the temperature of the media traveling through the hose, or the external conditions, are very hot or very cold, metal might be the only material that can withstand the temperature. Chemical Compatibility - Metal can handle a wider variety of chemicals than most other materials.  If the hose is going to be exposed to aggressive chemicals, either internally or externally, then you should consider using metal hose. Permeation Concerns - Non-metal materials are susceptible to gases permeating through them and into the atmosphere.  Metal does not allow permeation.  If it is important that a gas is contained within the hose, then you should consider using metal. Potential for Catastrophic Failure - If a sudden failure of your hose could be catastrophic, you should consider using a metal hose.  Using metal could help to minimize the damage if your hose assembly should fail, since metal products generally develop small holes or cracks when they fail, unlike other products which may develop larger holes of come apart completely. Abrasion and Over-bending Concerns - To prevent abrasion and over-bending, a metal hose can be used as a protective cover over wires or other hoses. Fire Safety - Other product types will melt when exposed to fire while metal maintains its integrity up to 1200°F. Achieving Full Vacuum - Under full vacuum, metal products maintain their shape while other product types may collapse. Flexibility in Fitting Configuration - Virtually any type of fitting can be attached to metal products while other product types require special shanks and collars.
WHEN? WHAT?
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