Did you know that Schwarze uses durable, anti-corrosive, double wire braid hydraulic hoses on all its sweepers as an extra measure of safety?
Double wire braid hydraulic hoses are made of synthetic rubber lining, protected by two wire braid reinforcements separated by a synthetic rubber layer, and a synthetic rubber cover that is oil and abrasive resistant.
These hoses can bear very high temperature, pressure, and vacuum. Possibilities of bursting or malfunctioning have been reduced to a great extent because of the fabrication of the second wire braid. Not only does this second wire provide for a higher working pressure, but the inner braid is still protected even if the hose cover has been damaged. This is especially important if your sweeper is often left out in the weather.
The tube is the innermost lining of the hydraulic hose conveys the oil and protects the outer elements of the hose from the possible aggression of the oil.
The reinforcement material is the “Muscle/Strength” to resist internal or external pressures. The pressure resistance of the hose must be higher than the working pressure. The safety factor is defined as the ratio between the burst pressure and the maximum working pressure; for the hydraulic applications the safety factor is set to 4:1 by International Standards
The cover, outermost element of the hose, is used to protect against environment, machines, and machine operations
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