Smooth synthetic rubber resistant to oils and water.
2 high tensile steel braids.
Synthetic rubber resistant to oils and weather agents.
EN 853 1ST
Low and medium pressure lines
from -40°C (-40°F) to 100°C (212°F) Max 125°C (257°F)
Mineral oils, vegetable and colza oils, glycol and polyglycol based oils, synthetic ester based oils, oils in water emulsion, water, diesel fuel (up to 93°C).
According to the Norms
white ink: RAPISARDA DINAMIC 1SN EN 853 – 1SN xx xxxBAR WP ITALY Reverse: Q/Y – production lot no.
Resistance to burst pressure over the Norms. Sizes 2.3/8″ 2.1/2″ and 3″ (not forecast by the norms) available upon request.
Danflon is Dantec’s premium high-quality range of composite hoses. They are lined as standard, with ECTFE (Ethylene Chloro Tri Fluoro Ethylene). This is a high tech fluropolymer very similar to the more commonly known PTFE (Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene) in its broad-spectrum chemical resistance but with the added advantage of high mechanical strength and low permeability. Typical applications are aggressive acids and those chemicals that attack polypropylene. Danflon is available with an inner and outer wire helix in 316 stainless steel or galvanised steel. Regular version of the Danflon is rated to maximum temperature of 100°C and in addition to the ECTFE liner, is reinforced with polypropylene. A high temperature version of the Danflon is also available with a working temperature of 160°C this hoses is reinforced with Polyester instead and is identified with an closing A (Danflon GGA, Danflon SGA, Danflon SSA). PTFE lined version of the Danflon hoses are also available and distinguished with the letter PT after the Danflon (Danflon PTGG, Danflon PTSG, Danflon PTSS) Hose is available in Standard Duty and Heavy Duty. Standard duty is used in applications such as plant transfers, road tanker use and rail tanker unloading. The heavy-duty version of the Danflon is used as the trusted cargo hoses by many of the world’s leading marine companies, due to its robust construction and wide chemical resistance.
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