How much do you know about high-pressure hoses? Especially the models and specifications of high-pressure rubber hoses used in coal mines? I believe everyone is still a bit unfamiliar. Here, the professional manufacturer of rubber hoses, Zaozhuang Jinfulex Rubber and Plastic Technology Co., Ltd., will introduce to you. The specifications and models of high-pressure rubber hoses used in coal mines can vary according to specific working environments and usage requirements. Common specifications and models are as follows:

1. Inner diameter: Common inner diameter specifications include 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, etc. The specific selection depends on the requirements of the conveying medium and flow rate.

2. Pressure rating: Common pressure ratings include 1000psi, 2000psi, 3000psi, 4000psi, 5000psi, etc. Choose the appropriate pressure rating based on the pressure requirements for transporting liquids.

3. Length: Common lengths such as 100 meters, 200 meters, 300 meters, etc. should be selected according to the specific conveying distance and working environment requirements.

4. Color: Common colors include black, red, blue, etc. The color selection can be determined according to user needs or standard regulations.

The above four are the specifications and models of rubber hoses used in coal mines. In addition to the basic specifications mentioned above, the selection of high-pressure rubber hoses for coal mines also needs to consider other factors, such as wear resistance, pressure resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, and whether they comply with relevant standards and regulations.

Zaozhuang Jinfulex Rubber Technology Co., Ltd. reminds customers that when choosing high-pressure rubber hoses for coal mines, they can consult professional suppliers or manufacturers based on specific application environments and needs to obtain more accurate and suitable product specifications and models. In addition, ensure that the selected high-pressure hoses comply with relevant national or industry standards and requirements to ensure their safe and reliable use in coal mine working environments.

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