Composite hoses are made from multiple layers of spirally wrapped thermoplastic fabrics and films held together by a metal inner and outer wire helix.
Product hoses form an integral part of transfer operations. The choice and use must be based on assessments that cover appropriate use, safety and operational efficiency.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE KEY BENEFITS:
Long shelf life
Versatile in manufacture
Relatively quick to produce
WHY USE DANTEC:
Due to the unique stronger materials in Dantec hose, we can manufacture the hose with less layers of material, making the hose lighter and more flexible than our competitors. The stronger materials also give us a higher safety factor/burst pressure.
The materials we use for our composite hose also carry out many other benefits over the regular composite hose:
Cast polypropylene instead of BOPP – more flexible and less permeable
ECTFE instead PTFE – mechanically stronger and less permeable
Custom made PP fabric instead of generic packaging fabrics – technical and stronger design
Superior assembly and end tail pitch matching design – leads to superior end fitting retention
Dry Fit System – it is technically cleaner/environmentally friendly using a ferrule and seal
All hoses hand are built on our special coated mandrel – eliminates tears
In house branding tape – unique marking
COP Safe System – insulated hoses with sensors that work with all leading cross over prevention systems
We also have a can do, innovative, customer focused culture with 70% of our experienced operations team having between 10-30 years experience!
MARKET SECTORS WE SUPPLY TO:
Liquid storage tank terminals
Road tank haulage
Shipping/Ship owners & management
Chemical & pharmaceutical plants
Paint & ink manufacturers
OUR HOSE RANGE:
Danoil Range – Oil & Petroleum Products
Danchem Range Chemical-Products
Danflon Range – Aggressive Chemicals & Acids
Danchem PA Range – Cryogenic/Liquefied Gases
Vapour Range – Vapour Recovery/Vapour Return
Fire Safe VRS Range – Added safety feature of our composite range
Each hose is followed by 2 letters; the first being the first letter of the inner wire the second being the outer wire. For example Danchem SG has a Stainless Steel inner wire Galvanised steel outer wire.