Heat Ducting

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For extreme temperatures, we have aluminum coated fiberglass hoses resistant to steady temperatures up to 1,050 degrees Fahrenheit. If your job does not require work at such high temperatures, we also have various neoprene-coated flexible air duct hoses. The neoprene coating provides protection for temperatures up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, making this a great cost effective option for work that does not reach extreme temperatures.

It is additionally important, however, to consider the dangers that tears, rips, and punctures can have on the efficiency of heat ducting. That is why many of our flexible air ducts come equipped with wear strips to aid in the ease and safety of transportation, installation, and continued maintenance of your heater hose. Because they have such a durable exterior and interior, you can rest assured that you flexible air duct will continue to function in a variety of different applications.

Speaking of which, heat ducting is used in a variety of commercial and industrial applications, and has a long track record of being used in some of the most arduous and damaging environments. Welding exhaust, steam hosing, automobile ducts, and furnace exhaust pipes are just some of the myriad of applications in which you can find flexible heating duct operating on daily basis. With the sheer number and variety of sensitive applications in which it is used, it is no wonder that heat ducting remains one of the most sought after and utilized types of flexible ductwork on the market.

One of the leading causes of wasted energy in a heat ducting system is when temperatures being conveyed escape from a hose. Several of our products offer insulation to prevent air from leaking out of the duct. Insulation protects the airflow of your heater hose by adding an extra layer to prevent the heat from escaping from the hose. For additional protection, double-ply options are available to protect your heat ducting from abrasion. Our insulated hoses stay flexible even with the added insulation. What’s more, even despite the insulation and padding that goes into many brands of heat ducting, most kinds remain flexible and stable. This is key because it allows the flexible ductwork to function as a kind of lightweight hose that can be applied to a multitude of situations.

Heat ducting can also be outfitted with a plethora of different accoutrements in order to facilitate greater usability. Reducing and enlarging cuffs are common types of endcaps that allow commercial ducts of different sizes to be linked together. This is important for, say, allowing industrial sized air conditioners to transfer ambient air into smaller spaces. Additionally, bridge and screw cuff connectors are an excellent and readily available means of attaching firmly lengths of flexible heating duct to one another. These types of attachments are specifically designed to function in places where the connectivity of your heat ducting needs to be absolutely assured.

At Ducting.com we offer a large selection of flexible heating duct options for your equipment. If your application requires a hose that can withstand extremely high or just moderate temperatures, we have a duct that is perfect for the job. Browse our expansive online selection of heater hose to find the perfect hose to get the job done. It is important to note, however, that heat ducting can come in a variety of styles, sizes, and constructions, which means that it might be hard at times to determine for yourself what type best suits your needs; give us a call if you need any assistance in finding the right product for you—one of our ducting experts will be happy to assist you!