Hydraulic hoses and high-pressure hoses are both pipelines used for conveying fluid media, but they have some differences in structure and use.

Hydraulic hose:

Hydraulic hose is generally composed of an inner tube, a reinforcing layer (such as steel wire, wire braided fabric, etc.), and an outer tube. The inner tube is made of rubber material with good oil resistance and is used for transmitting hydraulic oil or other liquid media. The reinforcement layer mainly plays a role in enhancing the pressure resistance of the rubber hose and withstanding working pressure. The outer tube is made of materials such as rubber and plastic, which have the function of protecting the inner tube and strengthening the layer. Hydraulic hoses are commonly used in hydraulic systems to withstand high pressure fluid flow, such as in engineering machinery, vehicles, aerospace and other fields.


High pressure hose:

High pressure hoses are generally composed of an inner tube and a reinforcing layer, sometimes with an outer protective layer. Compared with hydraulic hoses, the inner tube of high-pressure hoses is usually made of reinforced polyester fibers or steel wire woven fabric, and the reinforcing layer is often made of high-strength synthetic fibers or steel wire. High pressure hoses are suitable for transporting fluid media that require high pressure, such as water, oil, gas, etc. It is commonly used in fields such as firefighting equipment, hydraulic equipment, and high-pressure cleaning.


In summary, hydraulic hoses and high-pressure hoses have differences in structure, materials, and application fields, and the selection of suitable pipelines depends on specific usage needs and environments. For specific selection and application suggestions, it is best to consult professionals or relevant technical guides. For details, please consult Zaozhuang Jinfulex Rubber Technology Co., Ltd.

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