Mixer Flex (Short Nippel) M/F

ITEM DESCRIPTION
56.52.020 3/8″ 20cm  Mixer Flex
56.52.030 3/8″ 30cm  Mixer Flex
56.52.040 3/8″ 40cm  Mixer Flex
56.52.050 3/8″ 50cm  Mixer Flex
56.52.060 3/8″ 60cm  Mixer Flex
56.52.070 3/8″ 70cm  Mixer Flex
56.52.090 3/8″ 90cm  Mixer Flex

 

56.56.010 1/2″ 10cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.020 1/2″ 20cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.030 1/2″ 30cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.040 1/2″ 40cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.050 1/2″ 50cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.060 1/2″ 60cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.070 1/2″ 70cm  Mixer Flex
56.56.090 1/2″ 90cm  Mixer Flex

Mixer Flex (Short Nippel) M/F

Stainless flex hoses are manufactured from special stainless sheet strips having the content stated in TSE and EN ISO European standards. Several material types are referred to in the relevant standards. So in order to explain the issue simpler, we will mention only the common types, known as 304/304L, 316/316L

The stainless hoses have a melting point of approximately 1400-1450 degrees Celsius (⁰C). Therefore, they are very resistant against a possible fire.

The outer coatings (tube) have no fire-preventive specification. The coating is expected to protect the hose against cleaning chemicals and not to pose any breathing hazard by releasing the hazardous chemicals it contains.

They must be subjected to all type of tests such as mechanical, chemical, thermal, etc. stated in the standard(s) depending on the intended use of finished products.

If the area of usage is not limited to a specific standard, the customer can request to put the product to test in conformity with TS EN 10380 flex hose general standard or any kind of special test.

The manufacturers become entitled to receive certificates from relevant institutions for the products which pass these tests successfully.
We strongly recommend the users to pay attention to these certifications with priority.

Note: In this document, we will be addressing the products as “hose” and “flexible hose assembly”. “Hose” is used for the ones without any welded fittings.

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