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Air hoses, less than 1 inch in diameter, are not being used in mine compressed air distribution system. Contact us for reliable suggestions.Suggestions for you
The air hose is responsible for transferring the power of compressed air to various pneumatic tools. In the compressed air distribution system, the air hose specifications required for different sizes of air compressors are also different.
Mining is a vast global industry focused on a wide variety of natural resources. Through mining, people can extract the most valuable, useful and beautiful natural resources on the earth for use in all areas of our lives. The modern mining process relies on a variety of mechanical equipment, most of which are powered by air compressors. Compressed air will be distributed to each machine through the proper air hoses. In order to achieve efficient operation, the discharge pressure must be high enough to deliver the compressed air to the machines at the a certain pressure. Special needs to be pointed out that the use of undersized hose in the compressed air distribution system is the primary cause of low air pressure. As a manufacturer, we will give professional advice according to our years of practical experience.
The appropriate compressors used at mines are of positive-displacement types. Reciprocating compressor, the air is compressed by a piston in a cylinder, is the most common choice of mine managers.
Where there is an air compressor, there will be one or more air hoses.
We adopt quality EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer), SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber) or NR (Natural Rubber) as tube material. Then reinforced by high strength polyester or synthetic yarn.
PVC pneumatic hammer hose are available in polyester yarn reinforced type and high-pressure double polyester reinforced type.
|Machine name||Hammer diameter||Weight of machine||Free air required|
|Sinker +||2-3/8||30 *||70|
|+ The sinker drill can be equipped with an air-feed leg and used for drifting and stoping.
* Mounting is not included in the weight.
|Volume of free air to be carried(CFM)||Length (feet)|