BURSTPROOF OIL RESISTANT STEAM - Thermocure
Application:Thermoid’s Burstproof Oil Resistant Steam hose is designed for saturated steam service to +406°F and super-heated service to +450°F, where the cover may encounter petroleum products. Black and red color covers are available from stock. This hose has an EPDM cover and is reinforced with two braids of carbon steel wire providing flexibility and abrasion resistance. This durable hose provides a constant working pressure of 250 psi and is available in a range of sizes to fit most applications.
Oil Resistance: Medium
EPDM, RMA Class C
Two braids of carbon steel wire
EPDM, RMA Class C
For saturated steam service to +406°F (+208°C)
Super-heated steam to +450°F (+232°C)
Reels – 1/2"-1" I.D. or 50 ft. lengths
2-1/2" I.D. – 50 ft. lengths
BP Steam, 250# PSI WP Oil Resistant Made In USA
Contact JGB for proper hose fitting recommendation and coupling procedure.
Black or Red
STEAM HOSE WARNING
Steam heat is hotter than boiling water (212°F, 100°C) and increases in temperature as pressure increases. The danger from steam in industrial applications is due to the great heat and pressures involved. Water changes to steam at higher temperatures when under pressure. If the steam escapes, massive quantities of heat are released. This, combined with high pressures, can prove to be dangerous for the operator. Use only steam hoses designed for these applications. A steam hose should never be used to carry pressures or temperatures higher than it is rated to handle, in spite of any safety factor.
|The dotted line shows the process of saturated steam being transformed into superheated steam. If a steam line is at a pressure of 150 psi, and a temperature of 366°F, it contains saturated steam. If the pressure is substantially reduced by the expansion of the steam (such as the sudden opening of a valve or the steam passing into a larger pipe or hose), the condition of the steam follows the dotted line to some point X in the superheated steam area. This condition may not last very long, but the superheated steam tends to deteriorate the tube stock in ordinary steam hose intended for use with saturated steam. This usually results in hose failure.|
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