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Nylon Recoil Airlines

Manufactured from our flexible nylon tube, our nylon recoil hose is mainly used in conjunction with air-operated hand tools. The superb spring form memory allows the coil and hand tool excellent freedom of motion from the immediate working area.

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Details
Lengths and Colour
Use
Technical Details
Specification

Details

Excellent flexibility and coil shape retention make this lightweight hose ideal for use with air-operated hand tools. It provides superior air flow and is suitable for use with horizontal or vertical applications.

For extra flexibility, we are also able to offer a range of polyurethane nylon recoil hoses. Due to their exceptional abrasion resistance, these hoses are ideal for use in workshop situations.

We can also offer pre-forming for our range of tube in a variety of polymers, PVC, nylon, polythene and polyurethane to suit a wide range of applications. This can reduce costs by eradicating the needs for tube fittings.

  • Lightweight.
  • Flexible.
  • Spring form memory and kink resistant.
  • REACH, RoHS and BSI ISO 9001 resistant.
  • Abrasion resistant.
  • Pre-forming available.

Colour / Length

Lengths & Colour

Our nylon recoil hose comes in a wide range of sizes. The standard colour for nylon recoil hose is black, with other colours available upon request.

All standard recoil hoses are supplied with plain ends or C/W 1/4 BSP swivel tapermale fittings and spring guards.

Please contact our sales office to discuss custom orders, polyurethane nylon recoil hoses or pre-forming services. They’ll be happy to assist you with your requirements.

Use

Use

Our nylon recoil hose is specifically designed to be used with air tools and other air-related equipment such as drills, sanders, and sprayers.

Technical Details

Technical Details

The working pressures are based on the short-term burst pressure calculated at 20°C using a 4:1 safety factor.

Maximum recommended continuous working temperature is 70°C with occasional limited periods of up to 120°C. Any increases in temperature above 20°C will affect the short-term burst pressure quoted. The minimum operating temperature is -40°C.

Specification

Specification

Part No. Coil ID Mandrel OD ID W/L
ARA 6/2 50mm 6mm 4mm 2.5 metres
ARA 6/5 50mm 6mm 4mm 5 metres
ARA 6/10 50mm 6mm 4mm 10 metres
ARA 6/10 50mm 6mm 4mm 15 metres
ARA 8/2 75mm 8mm 6mm 2.5 metres
ARA 8/5 75mm 8mm 6mm 5 metres
ARA 8/10 75mm 8mm 6mm 10 metres
ARA 8/15 75mm 8mm 6mm 15 metres
ARA 10/2 75mm 10mm 8mm 2.5 metres
ARA 10/5 75mm 10mm 8mm 5 metres
ARA 10/10 75mm 10mm 8mm 10 metres
ARA 10/15 75mm 10mm 8mm 15 metres

ID = Inside diameter
OD = Outer diameter