The "Spiral-Lock (Silicone 2P) 750" high-temp flexible hose is made from double-ply silicone coated fiberglass fabric that is mechanically crimped in a continuous process. The silicone coating gives the product great resistance to extreme temperatures, making it great for fume control applications. The fabric on this hose is locked around a coated steel wire by a metal strip that is then formed into a clip. The metal clip on these flex hoses acts as a wear strip and provides outstanding protection against external abrasion. This greatly extends the lifespan of the flex duct hose when used in migratory applications. The double-ply construction of these high-temp flexible hoses provides additional wear resistance.
The silicone coating and double-ply construction of the "Spiral-Lock (Silicone 2P) 750" make this high-temp silicone hose ultra durable. Some of the great benefits of the silicone coating are its resistance to acids, alkalis, solvents, chemicals, and oils. Silicone polymers also offer the best long-term resistance to environmental extremes and is generally unaffected by ultraviolet light or ozone. This silicone hose has a temperature range of -65 degrees to +750 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, the fiberglass material and metal clip wear strip makes these hoses extremely resistant to outside abrasions while maintaining extreme flexibility.
The "Spiral-Lock (Silicone 2P) 750" high-temp flexible hose comes in a standard length of 25 feet with plain cut ends and a silver finish. Internal diameter sizes for these flex hoses ranges from 3 to 18 inches. A polyurethane clip cover is also available which provides added protection to the helix and other equipment attached to the flexible duct hose. This high-temp silicone hose is well suited for a wide range of fume applications such as pollution control, defrosting, heating, aircraft exhaust, automobile exhaust, welding, and vapor recovery exhaust. If you have questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to give one of our ducting specialists a call today!