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Hot Fume/Gas Extractor Ducting has flexible, lightweight design.
Press Release Summary:
Mar 31, 2014 - Used for ducting of hot fumes and gases, HotFlex is made from silicon-coated glass fabric and handles temperatures from -60 to +300Â°C while remaining flexible and strong. Flame-retardant product, featuring abrasion-resistant outer helix and axial compressibility, comes in silver grey color and in 10 m rolls or cut to length. Weighing from 400 g/m to 3.1 kg/m, ducting offers bend radii from 30–280 mm, max work pressure of 0.85–0.03 bar, and max vacuum from 0.32 to 0.01 bar.
Original Press Release
Hot Fume Extraction Now a Breeze
Press release date: Mar 17, 2014
To specifically meet this need, ducting specialist Eximo SpeedLOCK has re-introduced its HotFlex technology -- a lightweight, very flexible silicone ducting.
Made from silicon coated glass fabric, Eximo HotFlex is made to handle the high temperatures while being extremely flexible and strong.
Applications include the suction of hot fumes, gases or dusts right across all industries including mining and quarrying, agricultural, engineering, general industrial and certain non-food-grade applications in the food and beverage sector.
The product's temperature resistance ranges from -60°C to +300°C.
HotFlex has excellent temperature resistance, is flame retardant, embodies an abrasion resistant outer helix, and has excellent axial compressibility.
The product is a distinct silver grey colour and is supplied in 10 m rolls or is cut to length to order.
Across the product range it weighs anywhere between 400g per metre up to 3.1 kg per metre – a light product for easily handling in difficult installations.
Bend radii range from 30mm to 280mm, maximum work pressure bar 0.85 to 0.03, and maximum vacuum bar from 0.32 to 0.01.
For more information, please contact
Eximo Pty. Ltd
186 Newton Road
Wetherill Park 2164
ph: (02) 9757 1233
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