The rubber is soft and elastic, so it is easy to be young and elastic, and most rubber tubes are covered with a protective layer or jacket, although providing extra, does not rule out the fact that it may damage the hose.
When using rubber hose, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s recommended handling procedures, and when it is connected to equipment, use only appropriate connectors and never apply force or pressure as they may weaken the tubing, pulling the tubing from a job site To another location, when carried or transported on a trolley, towing the pipe work may move causing excess cover.
Every rubber hose is purpose built. It is designed for a certain flow rate and pressure. Exceeding the rated specifications of the pipe may cause it to burst or erupt. The main determinant in ensuring that proper levels of use are maintained is understanding the use For rubber materials. Different materials respond differently to pressure, which is determined by the material’s tensile strength.
The rubber hose must be cleaned every time and at regular intervals. Before cleaning, it should be checked for leaks or cracks. Use a mild soapy solvent with warm water. Never dry in the sun or by forced heat.
NOTE: Only rubber tubing designed for chemical exposure can withstand chemical exposure