Flexible hose may be one of the most under-used components in your plant. That is because many technicians and engineers don't realize how far hose technology has come. Now, with the latest advances you can use hose in many places historically limited to tubing or pipe.The principal benefit of hose is easy installation and easy replacement of adjoining components like valves.
It's just a lot easier to work with hose than with rigid tubing or hard pipe because there is no bending, welding, or fitting. As a result, you will save a lot on your labor costs.
But hoses do fail for a number of different reasons. For example, they can be improperly routed, or the hose type may not correctly match the application.
So its important that you get the exact hose you need, with the quality and testing you need along with the advice you need from a global company.
Hose Related Information & Guides
Hose Advisory Services
Quality hose is important. How it performs in your facility is all-important. This is why we offer Swagelok Hose Advisory Services (HAS) where a team of experts visit your plant to help you improve hose life and performance.
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Choose from a selection of high-quality and reliable Hoses for your applications.
Hose and Flexible Tubing
Keep your process performing safely with reliable, leak tight connection technology, coupled with a wide variety of hoses for almost any application.
- Standard and custom lengths and end connection combinations available
- Wide variety of types and materials
- Broad operating pressure and temperature range
- Available in hose and tubing sizes 1/8 to 2 in. and 3 to 50 mm; range of fractional and metric end connections
- High pressure hoses available
Types: Metal hose, PTFE hose, PFA hose, vinyl hose, nylon hose, polyethylene hose, rubber core material hose; general-purpose hose, high purity hose, and vacuum hose and flexible tubing