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The development of Internet e-commerce has made many hose hoop companies compete to catch up with the “fast train” of e-commerce, and hose hoop manufacturers stand up to the impact of e-commerce with their unique advantages, so hose hoop companies are developing online channels At this time, it is necessary to continuously strengthen the construction of offline channels, so that each manufacturer can keep up with the development of the times, so as to enable enterprises to go further.

Stainless steel hose clamps are made of high-quality steel, and the manufacturing process is relatively good. After leaving the factory, they are subjected to multiple strict checks. They are safe and reliable and have strong anti-rust and tightening capabilities and are very durable. The product has beautiful appearance, easy operation, high free torque and overall torque. The edge of the hose clamp is smooth and does not hurt the hose. The screwing is smooth and the hose clamp can be reused. Therefore, stainless steel hose clamps are mainly used for the connection of hard and soft pipes, and are widely used in the interface of oil, steam and liquid hoses on various mechanical equipment such as cars, tractors, ships, gasoline engines, diesel engines, sprinklers, and building construction The sewer connection, etc., is the first of all types of hose connections.

Several installation methods of hose clamps
Correct installation method: The hose clamp should be installed according to the torque value recommended by the manufacturer.

Incorrect installation method
1. Although the hose clamp can also be twisted to a suitable torque value, the expansion joint operates under the pressure, which will cause the hose clamp to fall off the edge of the hose and eventually cause the hose to leak.
2.  Although the hose clamp can also be twisted to a suitable moment, the hose expansion and local vibration will force the hose clamp to move, causing the hose to leak.
3.  Although the hose clamp can also be tightened, the expansion, contraction and local vibration of the hose will cause the hose wall to be subjected to cutting forces, and it will also damage the strength of the hose. The hose clamps continue to vibrate and eventually cause the hose to leak.

Post time: Apr-10-2020