Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Why do you need industrial hoses instead of commercial types?


Hoses play a very important part when it comes to ensuring the smooth and legitimate functioning of various industry specific processes. 

Standard hosing, while somewhat versatile, is not always completely secure, meaning there are requirements for a stronger, versatile and more industrial hose version.

Commercial processes see every day hose usage, though entirely suitable for day to day casual use, but are in no way suitable for more heavy duty, industrial versions. If you think of a house hold appliance that makes use of a hose… say, a vacuum cleaner. 

These appliances work easily with the hose and don’t place too much pressure on it, thus allowing a rather lightweight hose type to be used.

As we reach heights that require a stronger hose type and more industrial approach to the application, we must start to consider the use of specialist equipment that could range from flexible connectors to pipe expansion joints and hose couplings.

Hose couplings and fitting are especially desirable as they provide the necessary connection to material source, and are also made of top quality fabrics that will be able to stand the test of time, without hampering performance levels.

It may also be worth considering variations of hose that help you distinguish which form is best suited for you and your business, based against the produce that passes through it. It is essential that you ensure your hose material is not easily degradable or able to have any meaningful negative effect on your operations.


Buckley Industrial are a firm that works hard to create the best systems through ensuring that you are employing the most suitable products, as well as working to test your existing equipment for any faults or potential weak spots that could potentially cause issues further on down the line. 


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