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Quality Control

All the hoses undergo a 100% quality test. The Proof Pressure Test, Burst Pressure Test, Adhesion Resistance Test, Cold Flexibility Test, Change in Length Test etc. is carried out under the specification of International standards on a daily basis. The high quality testing equipment’s & experienced quality control engineers ensure world-class quality products to our valuable esteemed customers.

Working Pressure

The fluid system pressure including surge pressure should not exceed the rated working pressure of the hose-usually one fourth of the hose maximum bursting pressure.

Minimum burst pressure

Burst pressure is reference value during in-hose destructive tests, which are used to determine the strength of the hose and to establish design safety factors

Pressure Surges

Almost all fluid systems develop pressure surges, which may exceed relief value settings. Exposing the hose to surge pressure above the rated working pressure will shorten hose life and must be considered in selecting the proper hose. A surge, which may not be indicated on many commonly used pressure gauges, can be measured using specialized electronic equipment. Selecting the hose with a higher rated working pressure can increase the safety factor in systems where severe pressure surges occur.


Hose should not be exposed to internal or external temperatures exceeding the recommended limits, as high heat conditions can cause adverse effects on the hose by degrading the elastomer and reducing the fitting retention. Continuous use at near maximum temperatures can also cause hose damage whilst continuous use at maximum temperatures together with maximum pressure should be avoided.

Fluid Compatibility

The hose assembly (tube, cover, reinforcement and coupling) must be fluid compatible.

Hose Size

The hose size must be capable of handling the required flow volume. Using the smaller than required diameter of hose for a given volume of flow would result in excessive fluid turbulence, pressure drop, heat generation and tube damage.