The difference between stainless steel metal hose and metal hose

Metal hose includes stainless steel metal hose. Metal hoses have inner and outer layers. The inner tube, i.e. the bellows, is made of stainless steel and is categorized as 201304 and 316.The main difference between them is the raw material of the outer steel wire braided fabric. There are carbon steel and stainless steel made of steel wire. Theoretically, carbon steel rust is simple, but the working pressure is similar to stainless steel.

At present, the raw material quality of carbon steel in China is very low, so the price of carbon steel metal hose is relatively cheap. Stainless steel braided hose manufacturers recommend buying stainless steel metal hose. You can clearly state your needs to the provider.

They are all made of stainless steel bellows with one or more layers of steel wire mesh or steel belt mesh cover, with couplings or flange heads at both ends, as flexible parts for conveying various media.

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