High-pressure CNG hoses

  • 07-Mar-2016 10:23 EST
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Eaton’s high-pressure 35NG hose and low-pressure NG-TW hose for compressed natural gas (CNG) applications are certified to ANSI NGV 4.2 Class A and D, and ANSI NGV 3.1 Class B and C. Primarily used in dispensing and commercial vehicle applications such as refuse trucks, buses, and delivery vehicles, the certified hose offerings ensure safety requirements and quality standards are met. Featuring a UV-resistant cover, the 35NG hose outlasts competitive alternatives by five-to-one. The hose assemblies are designed to dissipate static electricity for safety. Additionally, the 35NG hose offers low volumetric expansion and available twin-line designs. Constructed with a Teflon resin tube, a stainless steel wire braid, and a fire retardant cover, the low pressure NG-TW hose is built to withstand the high temperatures found under the hood—up to 121°C. The NG-TW hose is also flexible and offers a low permeation rate. For more information, visit www.eaton.com/CNG.

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