NORRES Group expands the AIRDUC® TWIN COLOR series

The NORRES Group has now expanded its TWIN COLOR product series with the AIRDUC® PUR 350 AS TWIN COLOR. This is the second hose in the AIRDUC® series that can be colored in two colors in any desired combination.

Following on from the AIRDUC® PUR 355 AS TWIN COLOR, the NORRES Group’s product range has now been expanded with the AIRDUC® PUR 350 AS TWIN COLOR. The idea behind the TWIN COLOR hoses is simple: products colored according to each customer’s requirements. Any combination of colours is possible. The option of coloring the hose in two specific colors adds significant value: each hose can be customized and adapted to the client’s corporate colors on request, ensuring that the corporate design is consistently applied.

AIRDUC® PUR 350 AS TWIN COLOR is a flexible hose for medium-heavy duty – as ducting for abrasive powder, bulk material, granulate or gases. It’s product properties are suited on extraction units, in the chemical industry, on municipal vehicles, as a heating hose or for surface preparation. The AIRDUC® PUR 350 AS TWIN COLOR is highly abrasion and microbe resistant as well as flame retardant according to UL94-V2 and DIN 4102-B1. Its wall is made from permanently antistatic premium ester-polyurethane (Pre-PUR®) and certified with an electrical and surface resistance of < 10⁹ Ω in accordance with ISO 8031 and of <2,5*10⁸Ω in accordance with TRGS 727.

The hose additionally has TRGS 727 and ATEX 2014/34/EU (1999/92/EC) certification for the pneumatic transport of flammable dusts and bulk materials (Zones 20, 21 and 22 indoor), for the aspiration of combustible dust (Zone 22 indoor), for conveying flammable liquids (Zones 0, 1 and 2 indoor), for conveying non-flammable liquids for use in Zones 1 and 2 (gases) and for use in Zone 0 (gases). The AIRDUC® PUR 350 AS TWIN COLOR moreover provides low-temperature flexibility as well as resistance to oil, gasoline, and chemicals.

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