Food and Drink Hose is one of the excellent materials that is used in varied industries such as food, pharmaceutical, beverages, dairies, and more. These hoses feature an extruded inner lining surface that is smooth and features excellent polyster reinforcement that features life and imparts a long life to these hoses. The excellent flexibility and stability makes it ideal for uses in a wide range of industries. These Silicon Hose and Tubing structures are used in areas that require a greater degree of stability and where cleanliness is a prime feature. They are compatible with extreme ranges of temperatures and also are resistant to heat, steam and chemicals.
Applications of Food and Drink Hose
These silicon hose and tubing structures are used in a wide range of applications that require sterile mode of filling, drug delivery modes, cell harvesting, sanitary pump tubing, media processing, bioreactors, filtration and fermentation industries, and more. The Hygienic hose structures are ideal for fluid transfer, moving steam or air in and out of reactors, filling, and other manufacturing processes in the biotech industry. There is no odor or taste that is imparted to the content of the raw material or the content in manufacture. It is extremely hydrophobic, thus making it for easy use in semiconductor device manufacturing, cosmetics, dairies, food and beverages, and more.
Different modes of hygienic hose structures
These hygienic hose structures feature superior flexibility and are not composed of any organic structures or phthalates, or even latex as an additive. These are hydrophobic in nature, can be sterilized and autoclaved with ease. These are widely used in pharmaceutical and biotechnological processes, liquid transfers, load cell applications, vacuum applications, and more. These are also used in laboratories, cell cultures, drug delivery systems, sterile filling and transfers, pump tubings, food and beverages industries, dairy applications, pharmaceuticals and more.
These hoses are specifically designed for applications in a wide range of food and beverage industries. These hoses are capable of working under extremely high pressures and thus resistant to corrosion and abrasion. Their long lasting nature makes them ideal for working in extreme temperatures and other environments where resistance to extreme heat is required. They also have greater levels of chemical resistance. They are also kink and corrosion resistant. There are extremely odorless and highly flexible in nature. They are ideal and friendly in nature and therefore can be fitted and removed with ease.
Their increased tensile strength makes them ideal for usage in harsh environments with ease. These FEP lined hoses provide increased permeation resistance. They are widely used in different applications such as chemicals, steam, solvents, food and beverages, acid lines, CIP lines, and more. Also made of multiple polyster cord and EPDM rubber, these hose structures are flexible and ideal for usage in a wide range of industries.
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* Doug Donahue from Ewing Irrigation goes over the components that make up a typical residential drip irrigation system.
Drip irrigation is a smart and economical way to water your plants. A drip system allows you to apply a precise amount of water at each plant location instead of flooding the entire area. Over time, this can save water and money while promoting healthier plants with fewer weeds. Now, a drip irrigation system could be perceived as being a bit overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. There’s a myriad of installation techniques and products. Let’s get rid of all of this stuff, and I’ll show you some of the basic components.
The first component of a drip irrigation system, or any irrigation system for that matter, is the backflow preventer. In this case we’re showing a pressure vacuum breaker, or, PVB. The backflow preventer is designed to prevent any contamination from things like fertilizer from entering back into your clean water drinking supply. As we follow down the main line from the backflow preventor, we come to the valve manifold. A valve manifold is a collection of valves, each of which is designed to water a certain area of your yard.
Following the valve, two important components of a drip irrigation system are the Y filter and the pressure regulator. The Y filter protects the small emission devices from any debris that might enter your line. Pressure regulator is required to protect the barbed and compression fittings from the higher pressures typically found in a lawn sprinkler system.
In most residential applications we use half-inch poly and quarter-inch spaghetti tubing. Poly tubing is very flexible and easy to work with. This allows you to connect right into the half-inch poly wherever you need to to run spaghetti tubing up to each individual plant. Part of the beauty of working with poly tubing is the fittings that we use. The fittings are either barbed or compression, and no glue is required. Now, one of the fittings you’ll want to be sure and use is an end cap. End caps are typically found at the end of each line in a valve box, and are periodically used to flush out your lines.
The purpose of a drip irrigation system is to deliver a specific amount of water to each plant. That’s accomplished by the drip emitter. As you saw earlier, there’s a wide variety of emission devices. Be sure to select the correct one to meet the needs of each of your plants. To fully automate your irrigation system, you’ll want to add a controller. The controller is programmed to open each valve for a certain amount of time, thereby eliminating the need to manually water. In addition, there are several types of sensors that can be added to the controller to prevent irrigation when it’s not required.
A drip irrigation system is a simple efficient way to irrigate your plants that can help you save water and money. All of your drip parts and accessories are available at your local Ewing Irrigation Branch, or you can visit us online at ewingirrigation.com.
Basic Components Of A Drip Irrigation System
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