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Hose Type: Type EPH – Electrically isolating 'I' Blue EPDM Cover, Lining PTFE white
Product NameType EPH
Part NumberEPH
Short DescriptionElectrically isolating 'I' Blue EPDM Cover, Lining PTFE white
DescriptionELAPHARM electrically isolating 'I', blue cover.
Corresponds to DIN 26055-3 / EN 16820, Type A. FDA conform.
Homogeneous elastomer hose construction with smooth, white Teflon® PTFE liner.
Application

Hose assemblies for use in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, as well as for foodstuffs and chemicals.
Suitable for all commonly used media. Temperature range -30° C up to +150° C depending on medium, working pressure from -0,8 bar (vacuum) up to 16 bar.
Supplied in fitted lengths complete with crimped end fittings. Choice of connection types and mounting systems (see Information 3.13).

Comment*) Lining and cover corresponds to FDA guideline 21 CFR 177.1550 and CFR 178.3297 as well as USP Class VI and fulfills the requirements of EU regulations No. 1935/2004 and No. 10/2011.
LiningTeflon® PTFE white, permanently bonded with reinforcement, non electrically conductive, seamless, smooth, FDA conform *)
ReinforcementsDN 13 - 19 stainless steel braids, no helix
DN 25 - 50 high-tensile, temperature restistant textile braids, stainless steel helix
CoverEPDM blue, satin finish, non electrically conductive, FDA conform *)
CertificatesDeclaration of conformity for materials made of plastics in contact with foodstuffs.
Manufacturer declaration - absence of silicone.
MarkingOn coupling ferrule: ELAFLEX · Type · DIN · DN · PTFE · Serial Number · Month.Year · PT (bar)
On hose: DN · Quarter-Year · Batch-No. and
Marking Sample

ELAPHARM® · DIN 26055-3 ·A:FDA · PTFE · SD · Isolating · 16/-0,8 bar · -30° C +150° C · ELAFLEX ·

SizeDN 13 to DN 50
Product Sheet
Information 3.13E
PDF Certificates
Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer declaration - absence of silicone
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EPH

Hose TypeType EPH – Electrically isolating 'I' Blue EPDM Cover, Lining PTFE white
Product NameType EPH
Part NumberEPH
Short DescriptionElectrically isolating 'I' Blue EPDM Cover, Lining PTFE white
DescriptionELAPHARM electrically isolating 'I', blue cover.
Corresponds to DIN 26055-3 / EN 16820, Type A. FDA conform.
Homogeneous elastomer hose construction with smooth, white Teflon® PTFE liner.
Application

Hose assemblies for use in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, as well as for foodstuffs and chemicals.
Suitable for all commonly used media. Temperature range -30° C up to +150° C depending on medium, working pressure from -0,8 bar (vacuum) up to 16 bar.
Supplied in fitted lengths complete with crimped end fittings. Choice of connection types and mounting systems (see Information 3.13).

Comment*) Lining and cover corresponds to FDA guideline 21 CFR 177.1550 and CFR 178.3297 as well as USP Class VI and fulfills the requirements of EU regulations No. 1935/2004 and No. 10/2011.
LiningTeflon® PTFE white, permanently bonded with reinforcement, non electrically conductive, seamless, smooth, FDA conform *)
ReinforcementsDN 13 - 19 stainless steel braids, no helix
DN 25 - 50 high-tensile, temperature restistant textile braids, stainless steel helix
CoverEPDM blue, satin finish, non electrically conductive, FDA conform *)
CertificatesDeclaration of conformity for materials made of plastics in contact with foodstuffs.
Manufacturer declaration - absence of silicone.
MarkingOn coupling ferrule: ELAFLEX · Type · DIN · DN · PTFE · Serial Number · Month.Year · PT (bar)
On hose: DN · Quarter-Year · Batch-No. and
Marking Sample

ELAPHARM® · DIN 26055-3 ·A:FDA · PTFE · SD · Isolating · 16/-0,8 bar · -30° C +150° C · ELAFLEX ·

SizeDN 13 to DN 50
Product Sheet
Information 3.13E
PDF Certificates
Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer declaration - absence of silicone
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Last Update: 14.10.2019