What Are The Differences Between The Braiding And Winding Processes Of High-Pressure Hoses
There are obvious differences in the production process and finished product characteristics between the braiding and winding processes of high-pressure hoses.
First of all, from the production process point of view, the production process of high-pressure steel wire braided hose and high-pressure steel wire wound hose has different steps.
The production process of high-pressure steel wire braided hose is: mixing rubber → heating of rubber → extrusion of inner tube → casing (iron core is rubbed with silicone oil and then casing) → middle rubber in molding → steel wire braiding (steel wire plied) → outer rubber wrapping → Rolling water cloth → vulcanization → dehydration cloth → core removal → cutting → pressure test → inspection → packaging → storage.
The production process of high-pressure steel wire wound hose is: Refining of the rubber material → Pressing out the inner tube → Casing (iron core is rubbed with silicone oil) → Wrapping the window screen (window screen is wrapped around the casing after finishing and cutting) → Applying a layer of middle glue → Wrapping The first layer of steel wire → Apply the second layer of middle glue → Wrap the second layer of steel wire → Apply the third layer of middle glue → Wrap the third layer of steel wire → Apply the fourth layer of middle glue → Wrap the fourth layer of steel wire → Wrap the outer rubber layer → Rolling water cloth → vulcanization → dehydration cloth → core removal → water pressure → appearance and size inspection → packaging and storage.
From the perspective of finished product characteristics, the braiding and winding processes also have an impact on the characteristics and applications of high-pressure hoses. For example, the braiding process makes the hose have good flexibility and can withstand a certain degree of bending and extrusion deformation. The winding process enhances the pressure resistance of the hose, making the hose more suitable for operations with high pressure.
In general, the braiding process focuses on flexibility, while the wrapping process focuses more on pressure resistance. The specific process to choose depends on the requirements for hose characteristics in the actual application scenario.
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