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SOLVAPAL oW

Hose TypeType SOLVAPAL oW (Form D)
Order No.Type SOLVAPAL oW (Form D)
Short DescriptionSolvent Hose (ohne / mit Wendel)
DescriptionSolvent hose SOLVAPAL for most solvents, paints (also waterbased), water laquer, petroleum products, alcohols, alede hydes, esters and ketones. In short term operation also suitable for aromatic und chlorinated hydrocarbons.
Temperature range - 20° bis + 80° C, short term up to +100° C.
Steaming out for cleaning and sterilisation permissible up to 130 ° C, max. 30 minutes (open ends). Meets EN 12115.
ApplicationHigh flexible hose for technical solvents, also for water and water soluable paints, see resistance chart PAL hoses. Electrically conductive connection via lining or cover without metallic contact. In order to avoid danger of discolouration of critical liquids, the hose should be well flushed with the medium before beeing put operation.
CommentElectrical conductivity:
Ω/T-type to EN 12115. Electrical resistance of < 106 OHM between hose ends, < 109 OHM from lining to cover, through the hose wall. Suitable for use in EX-Zones 0, 1 and 2. Easy assembling: Ω/T-hoses have the added advantage that metallic conductive elements do not have to be connected to the hose fittings.
LiningNBR 2 special, blue, electrically conductive
ReinforcementsTextile braids, form SD additionally with galvanised steel helix
MarkingBlue-black-blue coloured spiral and abrasion resistant continuous embossing
Kennzeichnungsbeispiel

ELAFLEX SOLVAPAL 25 · EN12115 · NBR 2 · D · Ω/T · PN 16 · · CONTITECH · MADE IN GERMANY · 2Q-15

Size: DN 19 to DN 100
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Last Update: 20.02.2018