Superlas hoses are produced with a range of end styles to facilitate various operations in different industries.
HOSE ENDS SOLUTIONS
Following a summary of Superlas capability
Superlas hoses are produced with a range of end styles to facilitate various operations in different industries. The demand for supplying hoses with flanged or special ends constantly growths. Following a summary of Superlas capability in available end terminations.
BUILT IN STEEL RING (BEADED ENDS)
A steel retaining ring is built in to the end of the hose and fully covered by the reinforcement and rubber cover. A swivel flange is externally fitted over the hose and seated behind the retaining ring.
BUILT IN FLANGE NIPPLE
A flanged steel insert is integrated into the body of the hose. This method facilitates fixed or swivel flanges. Also available with rubber coated face for flange protection.
For high pressure concrete placement hose. Internationally recognised end terminations are used, these ends are secured by external swaging.
INTEGRAL RUBBER FLANGE
Flange formed at hose end, reinforced with textile plies and steel ring, covered with hose liner and cover. Allows full flow and prevents corrosion or contamination.
BUILT IN NIPPLE
Steel nipple integrally bonded to hose lining and reinforcement .Nipple is commonly male thread.
Versatile and re-useable, aluminium two part flanges. Inner grooves can be designed to match corrugated and smooth cover hose. Available in standard flange patterns and conforms to DIN PN10 and ASA150. Special design and anti-corrosive coated flanges available on request.
Superlas hoses are produced with a range of end styles to facilitate various operations in different industries. Below are available end terminations.
All structural elements i.e. liner, reinforcement and cover are continued to the end of hose.
Soft cuffed ends
Tube and cover are free of reinforcement for a specified length to enhance clamping efficiency.
Enlarged cuffed ends
Specified length at end of hose enlarged and free from reinforcement to enable a free flow and
avoid build up of conveyed material at coupling as well as enhancing clamping efficiency.
Hose end tapered to reduced diameter over specified length to create nozzle and increase flow speed.