Looking for high-temperature tubing that can withstand up to 500 degrees or more? Or nitrogen pipe freezing? No problem, we can help you – whether its nuclear fusion with helium cooling transport lines in aerospace, vacuum lines in semiconductors or warming up magnets in life sciences. We are experts in this field and know exactly how to find the right solution for your challenge. We understand changes in temperature can affect the material structure, flexibility, characteristics and performance of a hose. It is therefore essential to engineer a hose that is able to combat all this.
The transportation of extremely hot fluid or freezing cold liquid needs to be safe, precise, fully effective and cost-effective. It is therefore essential to have a robust metal hose that always maintains the same temperature inside the hose and also keeps the external temperature out. This challenge often comes in combination with other challenges such as relative movement, leak-tightness and vibration. At CoreDux, we take everything into account.
How do you solve high temperature challenges
We can solve all these challenges in one go. We co-design, engineer and manufacture flexible metal hoses and artery systems that can endure extreme coldness of -273 degrees and maximum temperatures up to 1000 degrees. We’re talking from cryogenic to just before the point of when steel melts.
To accomplish this, choosing the right material is key. We advise which of the different grades of stainless steel and high metal alloys to use. We also provide thermal protection sleeves for cryogenic applications and fiber-glass coated in silicon. Whatever your challenge, we will design and build the flexible hose you need.
Not forgetting, we can perform any type of tests from shock call tests to liquid nitrogen tests and obtain any type of validation you require. Feel assured that we are a reliable, flexible and integral engineering and manufacturing partner you can rely on. We take the time to custom-make robust metal hoses and artery systems that suit your needs.
Do you want to receive more information about challenges you may face with high temperature? Visit our CoreDux® Engineer Hub and talk with our engineering experts! We are happy to get in touch with you.