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Viton Fluoroelastomer Chemical Hose

Viton Fluoroelastomer has a wide temperature range. It is often used in the automobile industry, but it was originally invented to meet the needs of the aerospace industry. It has been around for about 50 years. Viton Fluoroelastomer also exhibits strong fluid resistance. If you are not sure which type of tube or hose is right for your unique application, Custom Advanced is here to help.

Viton Fluoroelastomer Hose Construction:

  • External helix: galvanized steel
  • Hose wall: Viton coated polyester fabric

Viton Temperature Range:

  • -15°F up to 410°F
  • Intermittent to 465°F
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High Temperature Viton Fluoroelastomer Hose

Hose Properties

  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • External steel helix protects against abrasion
  • Extreme compressibility 1:6
  • Highly flexible
  • Kink-proof
  • Smooth inner hose wall
  • Small bend radius
  • Special clamping method guarantees high tensile strength between hose material and external helix
  • Tear resistant
  • UV and ozone-resistant
  • Very high temperature resistance
  • Vibration proof

Common Applications

  • Chemical plants
  • Extraction of aggressive media at medium temperatures
  • Low pressure applications
  • Paint-spray extraction

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As a family-owned business, we treat every customer like a member of our own family. Our dedicated team is determined to go above and beyond to find the perfect product that suits your unique needs.

Chemical Resistance Guide

Use the chemical resistance guide below to help you determine which rubber is recommended to use based on your chemical application.

How to use this tool:

Type in the chemical, hit search, and the associated resistance ratings will automatically populate.

  1. Begin by typing in the chemical, make a selection from the predictive list, and hit search.
  2. The associated resistance ratings will automatically populate.
  3. Not sure which rubber is best for the chemical you are working with?
    Leave the rubber field blank and the guide will show you the recommended rubber to use.

To see a full table of resistance ratings for different chemicals, view our Printable Chemical Resistance Chart.

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