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Are you attending the PEI Trade show in Las Vegas? If so, then be sure to check out our Booth 7449. Get up close and find out how Fluid Hose products cut down time on change-outs and reduce downtime. You won’t want to miss this!

Are you attending the PEI Trade show in Las Vegas?
If so, then be sure to check out our Booth 7449. Get up close and find out how Fluid Hose products cut down time on change-outs and reduce downtime. You won’t want to miss this!

FHTip #8: Hoses are a great way to eliminate vibration, expansion problems. #FHtips  
Keep a look out for more helpful tips from us!!

FHTip#7: When hose radius is below the required minimum, use an angle adapter to avoid sharp bend. ‪#‎FHtips

Are you going to the N.A.M.E trade show in Sudbury, ON? If so let us know, or we'll see you there! 

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Are you attending the North American Mining Expo show in Sudbury next week? If so, then be sure to check out our Booth # 80 and 81. Get up close to find out how Fluid Hose products reduce time on change-outs and down-time. You won’t want to miss this!

Let us know by liking, sharing or commenting if you are going to be there.
Hope to see you there!
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FHTip #6: Hose routing is important to life of the hose.
‪#‎FHtips 

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The N.A.M.E Trade Show In Sudbury is approaching fast. Come visit us at our booths #80 and 81. Hope to see you there!
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FHTips:
Tip #1: Properly stored bulk hose has a shelf life of 10 years. Hose should be protected from heat, humidity, sunlight & ozone.

Tip #2: Assemble pipe threads past hand tight.  2 - 3 turns for 1/8" to 3/4".  1½ - 2½ turns for 1" to 2".

Tip #3: Always inspect gaskets and sealing surfaces for damage and contamination prior to assembly.

Tip #4: The maximum working pressure of an assembly is the lowest maximum working pressure of any component in the assembly.

Tip #5: STAMPED.  S = Size, T = Temperature, A = Application, M = Material, P = Pressure, E = Ends, D = Delivery

Stay tuned for more helpful and insightful tips!
#FHtips  

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