TWIN HOSE

Twin hose produced by TRANSFER OIL are a result of the joining of two or more hoses by means of a procedure that is unique in the industry and does not undermine the hose integrity. The joining can be made between hose of the same size and specification or between different hose type and size. It is also possible to join electric cable and wires. The use of twin hoses allows simplifying of application requirements: fluid flow, connections to hydraulic and electric supply etc. This item is supplied in coils by TRANSFER OIL. An additional operation is required for assembly involving splitting the twin hose. Proper separation instructions are contained within the “thermoplastic hose installation factors” section.

TRANSFER OIL offer more solutions than the hoses shown here, personalised hose combinations of different types or diameters can also be produced. It is also possible to join hoses to electrical and optical cables.

How to split a Twin hose

Attachments

063 - R7 ANTIABRASION TWIN

Thermoplastic hose MSHA approved for hydraulic applications from 70 to 210 bar (1000 to 3000 psi)

175 - R8 ANTIABRASION TWIN

Thermoplastic hose MSHA approved for high pressure hydraulic applications from 140 to 420 bar (2000 to 6000 psi)

088 - 1SB - STEEL BRAID ANTIABRASION TWIN

Thermoplastic hose MSHA approved with steel reinforcement for hydraulic applications from 95 to 360 bar (1300 to 5200 psi)

082 - 2SB - TWO STEEL BRAIDS ANTIABRASION TWIN

Thermoplastic hose MSHA approved with double steel reinforcement for high pressure hydraulic applications from 150 to 400 bar (2100 to 5800 psi)

141 - VHP 10000 TWIN

Thermoplastic hose MSHA approved with combined reinforcements for very high pressure hydraulic applications from 350 to 700 bar (5000 to 10000 psi)

135 - R18 CPLT 3000 TWIN

Thermoplastic constant pressure hose with low temperature specifications (-55 °C/-67 °F) for hydraulic applications up to 210 bar (3000 psi)

163 - CPLT 3600 - CONSTANT PRESSURE LOW TEMP TWIN

Thermoplastic constant pressure hose with low temperature specifications (-55 °C/-67 °F) for hydraulic applications up to 250 bar (3600 psi)