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Fuel pipe hose clamps

Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2020-12-31      Origin: Site

Traditional conventional hose clamps have been used for hundreds of years. It has been used countless times and should have very good results. But the fuel line is most worried about leaks. The screw part of the traditional hose clamp is the biggest problem. The flat place under the screw part may be leaky. Cutting may occur if tightening forcefully.

There are many options for our fuel line hose clamps. China's high-quality hose clamps strictly adopt RoHS & REACH standards, and many types of ace hardware hose clamps are not limited to fuel line hose clamps.

Our fuel injection hose clamps and transmission hose clamps can have a variety of options. The perforated design of the perforated hose clamp is smooth, and the lower part of the screw is designed with a curvature, which can achieve a better sealing effect. For fuel injection hose clamps and transmission hose clamps, there are various choices and easy installation.

fuel injection hose clamps

If you need fuel pipe hose clamps. Our mini bolt hose clamp can be said to be the best alternative to fuel pipe hose clamps. Its throat cuff has no perforation design, edge curling design, will not cut the fuel pipe. And it has a powerful tightening effect that can easily withstand the pressure of fuel injection. Tighten in the cold state. And the stainless steel belt will not corrode and is easy to clean. This is a high-quality hose clamp from China. There is a curved throat band at the bottom of the bolt, which can be tightened 360 degrees without dead angle. There will be no residues or even leakage problems.

Mini hose clamps

In pipeline connection, steel pipe flanges are often used as the main connection method in various piping systems. However, due to the impact of relevant industry standards and various construction environments, flanged connection methods have gradually been unable to meet the needs of various new pipeline projects. Especially in various large-scale pipeline projects, the use of steel pipe flange connection methods can no longer effectively meet the compensation needs of pipelines, so the connection method of steel pipe flanges is gradually replaced by new clamp connection methods. Our heavy duty hose clamps provide many types of high pressure hose clamps to adapt to various scenarios. There are various sizes, wide hose clamps, small hose clamps, long hose clamps, compression hose clamps. We also provide customized services to meet your special needs.

Traditional steel pipe flange connection methods mainly rely on flanges and flange fastening bolts to connect two pipes together. Not only do you need to use a torque wrench to tighten the tightening bolts multiple times during the operation, but due to the influence of the installation level during the tightening process, it is easy to cause problems such as non-parallel flange horizontal planes, and cause problems such as water leakage in use. After the pinch hose clamps connection method is used, the static sealing sealing technology is adopted. The greater the pressure inside the pipeline, the better the sealing performance of the pipeline itself, which effectively reduces the peak pressure of the pipeline during use.

For damage to the connection structure, after the pinch hose clamps are used, if there is no water leakage during the first pressure test, there will be basically no leakage during the subsequent use, which is not possible with steel pipe flanges. The greater advantage of comparison.

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It is very important to replace the hose and hose clamp of the fuel system of the generator set, because the fuel is flammable, and then the hose and hose clamp need to be very careful and experienced. A little carelessness will lead to serious consequences, so replace it Be adequately prepared before.

Disassembling hoses or pipe joints on pressurized systems may cause personal injury. Failure to release the pressure can cause personal injury. Do not disassemble or disassemble hoses or pipe joints until all the pressure in the pressurized system is released.

Contact with high-pressure fuel may cause liquid penetration and burn hazards. High-pressure fuel overflow may cause a fire. Failure to follow the inspection, maintenance and repair guidelines may result in personal injury or death.

Do not bend or knock high-voltage lines. Do not bend or damage installation pipes, pipes and hoses. Repair all loose or damaged fuel and engine fuel lines, pipes and hoses. Leakage can cause fire. Check all lines, pipes and hoses carefully, and tighten all connections.

Do not allow dust and dirt to enter the fuel system. Thoroughly clean the area around the fuel system components to be removed. Place appropriate covers on all disassembled fuel system components.

The high-pressure fuel line may be installed between the high-pressure fuel pump and the fuel injector. The high-pressure fuel pipe is always full of high pressure. Do not check the high-pressure fuel pipe when the engine or starter motor is running. Wait 10 minutes after the engine has stopped before performing any maintenance or repairs on the high-pressure fuel line. Wait 10 minutes to drain the pressure.

Replacement steps of hose and fuel line hose clamp for fuel system of generator set:

  • Drain part of the fuel from the fuel system so that the fuel level is lower than the hose to be replaced.

  • Remove the fuel line hose clamp of the hose.

  • Disconnect the old hose. When servicing the fuel system, please use caps or covers as needed to protect the system and keep the fuel system clean.

  • Replace the old hose with a new hose.

  • Install the inspected fuel line hose clamp or install a new fuel line hose clamp.

  • Check the engine carefully for any spilled fuel. Make sure that there is no fuel residue on or near the engine. Fuel must be added to the fuel system before the fuel filter.

  • Fill the fuel system.

  • Start the engine. Check the fuel system for leaks.