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Aquaseal Rubber is ISO 9001 : 2015

Rubber Hoses & Tubing

Rubber hose and rubber tubing can be used for transporting edible and non-edible liquids and abrasive media; either dry or waterborne. Many of our clients come to us for hosing and tubing that can be used outdoors to carry oil or in a food-grade environment.

Aquaseal Rubber’s specialty is hand-built hoses. These are manufactured with features or specifications unique to a customer’s application. Our products come with reliable quality, long life, and cost-effectiveness, which adds to a safer working environment.

Our hosing and tubing is suitable for:

  • fuels (oils and diesel)
  • water (sea, drill, and fresh)
  • mud pump
  • chemicals
  • dry powders
  • sand
  • animal feed
  • grain
  • flour
  • cement
  • gravel
  • construction equipment
  • diesel generators
  • road sweeper equipment
  • hoses for bulk delivery vehicles
  • railway break hoses
  • tar spray hoses
  • rubber covering of metallic assemblies

A range of rubber materials

Hosing and tubing are made in reinforcing materials. These include various textile materials, and incorporating wire or nylon helices hose constructions.

Our popular products include neoprene tubing and silicone rubber tubing. Neoprene is extremely flexible and ideal for general-purpose use such as the transfer of liquids. Neoprene tubing is often used in outdoor settings due to its high-temperature range and weathering resistance. Silicone is most commonly used as electrical sleeving due to its insulating properties.

Find out more about our materials on our page, “Rubber We Use

Aquaseal Rubber – Materials Chart Hose & Tubing

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Which Rubber Hoses & Tubing do you need?

Nitrile (Buna N rubber)

Nitrile hose and tubing is a good option for fuel transfer due to its resistance to oil and hydrocarbon fuel. It is also commonly used in food manufacturing as it is stable when exposed to fats, oils, and greases.

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Natural Rubber

Natural rubber has a high tensile strength and good friction surface, making it a common option for hose and tubing that is under pressure.

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Often used in industrial applications, neoprene hose and tubing is oil resistance, ammonia resistant, and a cost-effective alternative to natural rubber.

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Viton Rubber

Viton rubber hoses and tubing are available in the standard food industry colours, making it easier to identify any contaminations. This material is also non-toxic and odour free.

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EPDM is commonly used for specialty outdoor applications such as a steam hose due to its resistance to high temperatures and extreme weather conditions.

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Styrene Butadiene Rubber

Styrene butadiene hose and tubing is often used as a utility hose to transfer air and water. However, it is not oil-resistant so shouldn’t be used for a fuel transfer hose as it will swell.

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Butyl Rubber

Butyl is commonly used for inner tubes due to its wide temperature range, low permeability to gases, and high dielectric strength.

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Fluoroelastomer can be easily moulded for custom requirements, making it a good material to work with when it comes to rubber hose and tubing. It is also resistant to swelling, ensuring the inner tube remains the same size throughout use.

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Silicone Rubber

A long service lift makes silicone hose and tubing a good option for many industrial applications. Silicone also has good flexibility so can be tailored to specific tubing requirements.

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Advantages of using Aquaseal

  • Bespoke rubber products
  • Manufactured in-house
  • Small run quantities
  • Made in the UK
  • ISO 9001 accredited

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