tempertel® 150 NBR is a specially developed, kink resistant and elastic pressure hose designed to operate from -40°C to +150°C. The hose is suitable for conveying cold and hot water, tempered oils or hot compressed air. Manufactured from Hydrogenated Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (HNBR), it is resistant to high temperatures, abrasion, grease and oil. These properties qualify it for demanding applications in the plastics industry.

Better durability with HNBR

Hydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber (HNBR) is characterised by its exceptional mechanical strength and long service life. It minimises downtime and maintenance costs by outperforming conventional materials in resistance to oil, grease and chemicals. HNBR is also resistant to ozone and weathering. This extends its life in outdoor applications.

HNBR tubing for demanding industrial applications 

The use of HNBR in a high performance hose such as tempertel® ensures that the hose can withstand extreme conditions such as those found in injection moulding machines. The hose is used to control the temperature of injection moulds. It heats or cools the moulds to ensure the optimum processing temperature of the plastic. This is important to ensure the quality of the parts produced and to optimise production cycles.

Its versatile properties make tempertel® the first choice for industrial areas with high external heat exposure and for a variety of media.

Customised advice and support

Please contact us for information on thermal conductivity, diffusion or customisation. We will be happy to advise you on the individual applications of tempertel® NBR.

tempertel® HNBR

Benefit from our hose assembly: tailor-made hose systems for every application

We manufacture hoses to your specifications. We select the right components and assemble the hose professionally. If required, we can test and certify the finished hose assembly. The result is a hose system that is perfectly suited to your application.

Your contact:

Norbert Krausser
Phone 0911 6 57 17-38

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