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NEN-EN 16643

Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies - Non-bonded fluoroplastic lined (e.g. PTFE) hoses and hose assemblies for liquid and gaseous chemicals - Specification

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Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 March 2016
Status: inactive
Page Count: 45
ICS Code (Hoses and hose assemblies): 23.040.70
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NEN-EN 16643 specifies requirements for three types of non-bonded fluoroplastic lined hoses and hose assemblies with convoluted or smooth linings designed to convey liquid or gaseous chemical substances, hereinafter termed the "chemicals conveyed". These hoses and hose assemblies can be used for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and industrial applications as detailed in Clause 5. The hose assemblies are intended for use with chemicals conveyed in the temperature range of -70°C to +260°C and for a working pressure up to 205 bar1).

Document History

August 1, 2016
Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies - Non-bonded fluoroplastic lined (e.g. PTFE) hoses and hose assemblies for liquid and gaseous chemicals - Specification
NEN-EN 16643 specifies requirements for three types of non-bonded fluoroplastic lined hoses and hose assemblies with convoluted or smooth linings designed to convey liquid or gaseous chemical...
NEN-EN 16643
March 1, 2016
Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies - Non-bonded fluoroplastic lined (e.g. PTFE) hoses and hose assemblies for liquid and gaseous chemicals - Specification
NEN-EN 16643 specifies requirements for three types of non-bonded fluoroplastic lined hoses and hose assemblies with convoluted or smooth linings designed to convey liquid or gaseous chemical...
July 1, 2013
Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies - Non-bonded fluoroplastic lined (e.g. PTFE) hoses and hose assemblies for liquid and gaseous chemicals - Specification
NEN-EN 16643 specifies requirements for three types of non-bonded fluoroplastic lined hoses and hose assemblies with convoluted or smooth linings designed to convey liquid or gaseous chemical...
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