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Porous Rubber Hose

90 INR/Meter

Product Details:


Price And Quantity

  • 90.00 - 125.00 INR/Meter
  • 90 INR/Meter
  • 100 Meter

Product Specifications

  • Black
  • Rubber hose

Trade Information

  • Cash Against Delivery (CAD)
  • 1000 Meter Per Week
  • 7 Years
  • Yes
  • Standard packing
  • Asia
  • All India
  • ISO 9001 2015

Product Description

Porous pipes, also known as porous hoses or porous tubes, are specialized pipes with permeable walls that allow fluids (liquids or gases) to pass through the walls over their entire length. The porous nature of these pipes is achieved through the use of materials or manufacturing techniques that create openings or pores in the pipe wall. These pipes are used in various applications for the controlled release, distribution, or filtration of fluids. Here are some key points about porous pipes:

1. Materials

   - Ceramics Porous ceramic materials are often used to manufacture porous pipes. These ceramics can be engineered to have specific pore sizes and distributions.

   - Plastics Some porous pipes are made from plastic materials with permeable structures. The plastic can be modified to create a porous network.

2. Applications

   - Irrigation Porous pipes are commonly used in drip irrigation systems. They allow water to seep through the pipe walls, providing a controlled and efficient method of watering plants.

   - Wastewater Treatment Porous pipes can be used in wastewater treatment systems to release treated water into the soil, promoting filtration and natural purification.

   - Chemical and Gas Delivery In certain industries, porous pipes are employed to deliver chemicals or gases in a controlled manner.

3. Drip Irrigation

   - Watering Efficiency In agriculture, porous pipes are used to efficiently deliver water directly to the root zones of plants. This reduces water wastage and minimizes evaporation.

   - Even Distribution The porous structure of the pipe ensures an even distribution of water along its length.

4. Filtration

   - Soil and Water Filtration Porous pipes can be buried in the ground to facilitate the natural filtration of water and soil. They allow water to percolate through the pipe walls, removing impurities in the process.

5. Air Distribution

   - Aeration Systems Porous pipes can be used in aeration systems for aquariums or wastewater treatment. They release air in the form of fine bubbles, promoting oxygen transfer in water.

6. Pore Size and Distribution

   - Controlled Permeability The design of porous pipes involves controlling the size and distribution of the pores to achieve the desired permeability for a specific application.

7. Maintenance

   - Cleaning Depending on the application, porous pipes may require periodic cleaning to prevent clogging of the pores by debris or contaminants.

The selection of a porous pipe depends on the specific requirements of the application, including the type of fluid, desired flow rate, and the characteristics of the surrounding environment. It's essential to consider factors such as pore size, material compatibility, and the potential for clogging when choosing porous pipes for a particular use case.

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