PVC hose is very stable and resistant to friction. It is calculated as a profitable option. It is not as flexible as other variants. But it is very useful in the winter and has little effect at other times. It’s also difficult to get hung up on when going around corners and obstacles. PVC air hose is not highly recommended for use with compressed air for long periods of time. PVC will crack over time. And can break after multiple uses. Air compressor oil enters the pipeline and the heat generated by the compressed air accelerates the corrosion of PVC. Because, PVC air hose is not suitable for air compressors.
Nitrile rubber and polyurethane are the main particles in rubber air hoses. Rubber air hoses are available in a variety of sizes and colors. The use of rubber air hoses in mining, drilling and construction may reduce the performance of rubber air hoses. So where should the user use it. Therefore, it must maintain life expectancy, frequency of use, and the types of elements the hose will be exposed to. Overall, we can say that rubber hoses are more durable.
Both PVC and rubber are derived from polyurethane. Rubber Air Advantage remains the most flexible in foam weather and is 1/3 the weight of any other Air Advantage, Rubber Advantage is the lightest, softest, and most flexible of all hoses.
- Rubber air advantage is different and very heavy (not kink). But it rolls easily, has advantages over others, and holds up well in all temperatures. But the cost is quite high.
- PVC is cheap and light, it does kink easily, not a lot. but it can be used in