Protect your hose assemblies

Heney, Paul J.
June 2005
Hydraulics & Pneumatics;Jun2005, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p38
Trade Publication
Introduces various hose and cable carriers to minimize the destructive forces against hose assemblies. Advantages and benefits of the use of metal link carriers; Efficacy of metal enclosed carriers in providing better protection against chips, weld spatter and other particles; Capacity of non-metallic link carriers to handle higher speeds while providing greater width and carrying capacity.


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