1. Harmful substances that may exist in rubber hoses
During the production process of rubber hoses, some harmful substances may remain due to factors such as raw material selection, processing technology, and additive use. These substances include but are not limited to heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, phthalates, etc. If these harmful substances exceed the standard, they will not only affect the performance and service life of rubber hoses, but may also pose potential threats to human health and the environment.
2. Treatment methods of hazardous substances

Strict screening of raw materials: High-quality raw materials are the basis for producing qualified rubber hoses. When selecting raw materials, priority should be given to environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and pollution-free raw materials, and their quality should be strictly controlled.
Optimize the production process: Reduce the possibility of producing harmful substances by improving the production process. For example, using low-temperature vulcanization technology, reducing the use of additives, etc.

Strengthen testing and monitoring: Strictly test and monitor every link in the production process to ensure that harmful substances do not exceed standards. Products that exceed the standard should be dealt with in a timely manner to avoid entering the market.
Harmless treatment: For rubber hoses that already contain harmful substances, harmless treatment technologies, such as pyrolysis, incineration, chemical treatment, etc., can be used to convert them into harmless substances or reduce their hazards.

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