I. Notes on the use of hoses.
· Always use hoses within the recommended temperature and pressure range.
· Hoses expand and contract with their internal pressure, cut the hose to a slightly longer length than you need.
· When applying pressure, open and close any valves slowly to avoid shock pressure.
· Use the hoses above their bending radius, otherwise they will break and reduce the pressure resistance.
· When using powders and granules, the bending radius of the hose should be enlarged as much as possible as the conditions may cause abrasion.
· Never use in critical bending conditions near metal parts.
· Do not place the hose in direct contact with or near an open flame.
· Do not press on the hose with vehicles etc.
· The hose used should be suitable for the fluid being transported.
· Consult the product provider before using the hose with oils, powders, toxic chemicals and strong acids or bases.
II. Precautions for assembly.
· Please choose the right size of hose fitting for your hose.
· When inserting the end of the fitting into the hose, apply oil to the hose and the end of the hose, do not bake it. If insertion is not possible, heat the hose with hot water and insert it into the fitting.
· Please insert the serrated end of the fitting all the way into the hose.
· Do not use fittings that can be pushed in once, as this may cause the hose to rupture.
· Avoid excessive ligatures with wire and choose special sleeves or ties.
· Please avoid using scarred or rusted fittings.
III. Precautions to be taken during inspection.
· Pre-use inspection: Before using the hose, please check the appearance of the hose for any abnormal trauma, hardening, softening, discolouration, etc.
· Regular inspection: Make sure to carry out a regular inspection once a month during the use of the hose.
IV. Safety matters.
· Operators are required to wear protective safety clothing, including gloves, rubber boots and eye protection, which are mainly used to protect the operator.
· Ensure that work areas are safe and orderly.
· Check that the joints on each tube are secure.
· Do not leave the tubes under pressure when not in use. Closing the pressure extends the life of the tube.