Flex Hose Group

Cryogenic Hose

These hoses preserve high flexibility and also high pressure even at extremely low temperatures that occur when handling liquefied nitrogen (LN2), liquefied natural gas (LNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), and liquefied ammonia. In addition, they are recognized for not permitting the formation of frost or freezing due to their heat-retaining properties.

Finally, to illustrate other new and potential applications of these hoses, it is worth noting that they have served the National Space Development Agency in the launch of a rocket from the Tanegashima Space Center.

Hose number Specified temperature range Main liquids used Specific for liquefied carbon dioxide
0933 series
-200°C-+80°C LNG (-162°C)
Ethylene (-103°C)
Propylene, propane, butane, butadiene, butylene, ethane, VCM, liquefied nitrogen, liquefied carbonic acid
0940 series
-110°C-+80°C LPG
Propylene, propane, butane, butadiene, butylene, ethane, ethylene, liquefied carbonic acid, freon, liquefied, liquefied methyl, methyl bromide, acetaldehyde
0957 series
-30°C-+80°C Specific for liquefied carbon dioxide --
General utilization conditions
  • Temperature range: -200°C - +80°C / Please consult us for usage above +80°C
  • Maximum pressure: 1.0MPa (10.0kgf/cm2) -2.2MPa (22.0kg/cm2

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