Tube and hose
High-performance fuel line materials to reduce car emission standard
The severe competition between OEMs to meet regulations and the rise of ethanol-based fuel blends drive the car producers to focus on every detail likely to influence the emission levels and the fuel efficiency. In this purpose, specifying the right fuel line material significantly increases the lifetime and overall performance of the engine.
DAIKIN Fluoropolymer latest innovation in this field is NEOFLON CPT, Ultra-Low Permeation Barrier Material and Designs providing to OEMs:
- Low permeation
- Chemical resistance
- High-temperature resistance
Beyond the outstanding material properties, NEOFLON CPT has excellent processability features. Used in multilayer hose rubber/Fluoropolymer/Rubber system, it provides a double cost-efficient and exceptional high-temperature resistance. It eliminates extractable while offering a stable electrical resistance.
Fluoropolymer Tubes and pipes contribute to chemical process productivity
The manufacturing processes involving chemicals treatment, such as semicon or pharma are extremely demanding regarding performance and productivity. The pipes and tubes used to convey aggressive fluids are expected to limit contamination, increase release rate and last as long as possible. DAI-EL and NEOFLON range are the best options to offer tube manufacturers and their clients the opportunity to increase productivity. Parts service life is extended, inducing less replacement and maintenance.
The low coefficient of friction of fluoropolymers favors the fluid transfer. Because they are inert materials, they also reduce the risk of process contamination.
Innovative Solutions for Tube & Hose
A turbocharger is a used to improve the heat efficiency of an internal combustion engine. The hose which connects with the turbocharger is called a turbocharger hose. For air with high temperature and pressure to pass in the hose, fluoro material is used for the inner layer. The acid resistant function is also requested by EGR (exhaust recirculation).