HOUSEHOLD &
INDUSTRIAL

Inlet, Outlet and AquaStop Hose

Dishwashers and washing machines use water and detergent to clean dirty items and are similar in their operation and design. The water is supplied to the machine via an inlet hose, also known as an AquaStop hose. This hose connects the machine to the domestic water supply. The AquaStop hose has a special safety feature: it prevents water damage if the hose is defective or leaks.
The mechanism in the AquaStop hose automatically stops the water flow if a problem is detected. The water is then used inside the machine for the cleaning process. It is mixed with the cleaning agent to effectively clean the dirty items. After the washing or rinsing process, the now dirty water must be drained from the machine. This is where the drain hose comes into play, directing the wastewater from the machine into the household drain.
Both hoses, the inlet and the outlet hose must have certain characteristics. They should be flexible for ease of installation and to allow adaptation to different environments. In addition, resistance to cleaning chemicals is important, as these hoses regularly come into contact with various washing and cleaning agents. A long lifespan is also important in the hoses to ensure the reliability and safety of the household appliances.

The water is supplied to the machine from the domestic water supply via an inlet hose (which can also be an AquaStop hose)

After the cleaning process, the dirty water is directed to the household drain through the outlet hose

Both hoses need to be flexible for ease of installation and to enable adaptation

Resistance to cleaning chemicals is important

A long lifespan is essential to ensure the reliability and safety of the machine

Overmoulding with TPE or PTV at the ends

Diameter between 4.5 mm and 160 mm

Standard material: PP

For the Aquastop system, we are a supplier of the hoses

Vacuum Hose

Contaminants such as dirt and dust from the environment, particularly in living and working spaces, are often removed with the help of a vacuum cleaner. During this process, the vacuum hose plays a crucial role as it forms the connection between the suction nozzle and the actual vacuum cleaner unit. Via this hose, the suctioned air, along with dust particles, is efficiently transported to the appliance’s collection container.
In order to achieve optimal energy efficiency, it is of great importance that the vacuum hose be designed to optimise airflow. This helps minimise air resistance, which in turn leads to lower energy consumption by the vacuum cleaner. This is desirable not only from an ecological standpoint but also in that it reduces operating costs for the end user.
Another important aspect in the design of the vacuum hose is the optimisation of its acoustic properties. A well-constructed hose can help reduce the noise level of the vacuum cleaner during operation. This increases user comfort, as a quieter vacuum cleaner is perceived as more pleasant and reduces noise pollution in the usage environment.
Moreover, it is important that the vacuum hose is highly flexible. This allows for simple handling and an ability to easily access various areas when vacuuming. Flexibility also means that the hose can be easily bent in different directions without kinking or becoming damaged, which could impair the suction efficiency. The durability of the vacuum hose is another crucial factor. A high-quality and long-lasting hose must withstand daily stresses without tearing or wearing out. This ensures that the vacuum cleaner can be used effectively over a longer period without the need to replace the hose. This increases both the reliability and the economy of the appliance.

Airflow optimisation to reduce air resistance and energy consumption

Ecological and economic benefits due to energy efficiency

Acoustic optimisation for reduced noise and enhanced comfort

High flexibility in the hose facilitates handling and accessibility

Flexibility prevents kinking and damage and ensures efficiency

Durability of the hose is important with regard to the longevity and reliability of the appliance

Diameter between 4.5 mm and 160 mm

Standard material: EVA and LDPE

Conductive or non-conductive

Safety Cap

The safety cap on a steam cleaner is important with a view to preventing accidents. If the pressure in the steam boiler becomes too high, the safety cap automatically opens to safely release the pressure and pressure and protect the appliance.
This is an emergency release function that prevents overheating and potential damage. As the steam cleaner generates high pressure and hot water, improper opening could result in severe burns or injury.
The safety cap on the pressure tank of the steam cleaner effectively protects the user against such injuries by preventing the tank from being opened under dangerous conditions. This ingenious mechanism makes a significant contribution to user safety

Adjustable opening pressure

Consists of 12 individual parts

Adjustable emergency opening pressure