Hydraulic hoses are essential in many industries, including waste management, manufacturing, agricultural and pharmaceutical businesses. They can be found on everything from vehicles and plant to specialist machinery or production lines, facilitating a range of processes including high pressure washing, gas lines, and spray paint applications.
Hydraulic hoses are used to transmit hydraulic fluid between hydraulic components such as pumps, valves, cylinders, and motors in a hydraulic system. Hydraulic hoses are flexible, reinforced hoses that are designed to withstand the high-pressure and high-temperature conditions that are present in hydraulic systems.
Hydraulic hoses are typically made from synthetic rubber or thermoplastic materials, and they are reinforced with layers of braided or spiraled steel wire or textile fibers. The reinforcement provides strength and stability to the hose, enabling it to withstand the high pressures that are generated by hydraulic systems.
Hydraulic hoses are used in a variety of applications, including in construction equipment, agricultural machinery, mining equipment, and industrial machinery. They are essential components of hydraulic systems, allowing for the transmission of power and control signals between different components.