Hose Master’s 276 alloy, corrugated chlorine-transfer assembly, designed to meet the demands of this application. With considerations made for both wet and dry chlorine, these assemblies are the safest available. ChlorSafe™ assemblies are manufactured in compliance with the Chlorine Institute Pamphlet 6, Appendix A, latest edition.
Explanation of ChlorSafe™ Part Numbers:
AF 67 __________
20 – C276 Single Braid
22 – C276 Double Braid
Example: AF6760 = 276 annular corrugated metal hose with a single C276 Braid.
Bend Radius (in.)
|Burst Pressure |
- The minimum bend radius is measured from the center-line of the hose
- Per Chlorine Institute specifications, pressure ratings represent a 5:1 safety factor
- For pressures in excess of Chlorine Institute standards, please consult the factory
- Hose Master’s proprietary manufacturing process reduces residual stress and produces the most flexible chlorine transfer hose available
- ChlorSafe’s™ all metal construction makes it fire resistant
- Proprietary welding techniques provide a smooth transition from hose to fitting with no gaps or crevices to entrap contaminants
- All welds are argon-purged to eliminate oxidation
- All wetted surfaces and the braid are made from UNS N10276 (referred to as either C276 or 276 alloy) which has the highest chemical resistance rating for both dry and wet chlorine 1
- Every assembly is helium mass spectrometer leak tested to at least 5.0 x 10-6 std cc/sec.
- Each assembly is covered by a stainless steel interlocked metal hose for maximum durability
- All assemblies strength tested to twice maximum allowable working pressure
1 Kenneth M. Pruett, Chemical Resistance Guide for Metals and Alloys: A Guide to Chemical Resistance of Metals and Alloys (Derby: Compass Publications, 1995), 93.