Composite Hoses

Composite hoses provide a vital flexible connection to compensate for vibration, movement, or misalignment in a fluid transfer system. Composite hoses are made of multiple layers of spirally-wrapped thermoplastic films and fabrics held together by a metal inner and outer wire helix.  Composite hose liners are available in a variety of polymers including ECTFE, PTFE, Nylon, Polyamide, and Polypropylene to withstand the material being conveyed. The internal metal supporting wire can be Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, or Polypropylene or Nylon coated steel. The spiral external wire is usually Galvanized Steel or Stainless Steel.

ECTFE/PTFE Lined Hose for 99% of Chemicals

Composite chemical hose and acid hose are designed to transfer highly corrosive alkalis, aldehydes, amines, aliphatic, aromatic fuels, alcohols, chlorinated hydrocarbons, esters, and ketones.

Petroleum & Non-Aggressive Chemical Hose

2″ & 8″ ID hoses shown

Composite gasoline, light distillates, diesel fuel, paraffin, kerosene, lubricating oils, 100% aromatics, black oils, and heavy lubricants and solvents.

Cryogenic Composite Hose

Designed specifically for the transfer of fully refrigerated liquefied petroleum gasses and related conveyance to -328°F(-200°C) including but not limited to: Propane, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Liquid Nitrogen, etc.

BioFuel, BioEthanol, BioDiesel Composite Hose

Composite hose lined with polyamide (Nylon), provides excellent resistance to Biofuels. Dantec and Accord International have received much interest concerning the transfer of Biofuels, from bulk fuel storage and transport companies throughout the world.

Vapor Recovery Composite Hose

4″ ID & 8″ ID hoses pictured

Designed for the recovery of  (VOC’s) volatile hydrocarbon vapors in a rail car, truck loading terminals, and unloading at service stations. Lightweight, flexible, and strength meet USCG requirements for the marine environment.

Submersible Plain Cover Composite Hose

Designed for exposure to chemicals, acids, alkalies, etc. to both the interior and exterior of the hose, primarily used with pumps and transferring cargo within tanks of a ship or barge.

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