Silicone hoses can be divided into industrial-grade silicone tubes, food-grade stainless steel silicone tubes and sanitation-grade silicone tubes according to the production materials, application environment and application requirements.
Different types of silicone tubes have strict quality divisions and quality requirements. Because of the unique organic chemical properties and high temperature resistance of silica gel raw materials, it is widely used in industrial production, food, pharmaceutical and other fields, and is used to transport pH solvents and solids such as soot and particles.
The industrial production of silicone tubes is mainly based on the unique heat resistance and chemical plasticity and anti-aging properties of silicone tubes, which can work continuously in high-temperature environments above 200 degrees for a long time. It is used to transport industrial production raw materials and chemicals. The hose is made of ordinary silicone material and manufactured according to the extrusion process.
The food-grade stainless steel silicone tube is made of silicone material that meets the requirements of food-grade stainless steel, and chloroprene is used for catalytic reaction to ensure that the manufactured tube does not fall off. Food silicone hose is the best supporting facility hose for food cans, especially wine, beverages, and vegetable oil cans. Food-grade silicone hose has good heat resistance, pull resistance and flexibility, and can be shaken for a long time, so it is also an ideal supporting hose for diaphragm pumps.
Sanitary silicone hose is a high-clean silicone hose
The hose must meet the US food hygiene and safety standards from the raw materials. The entire production process must be produced in a high-clean production line. Silicone hoses are generally used in the environment. In the field of health and pharmaceutical industry, high-end scientific research and experimental projects such as high-cleaning laboratories, laboratories and vacuum pump weighing. The silicone hose for diagnosis and treatment must not only meet the US food hygiene and safety standards, but also meet the standards for diagnosis and treatment.