IBK – Aqua (Drinking Water Hose)

Description

IBK – Drinking Water Hose Type Aqua

DescriptionAcqua ADT-K (englisch)

  • Rubber hose for delivery of potable water specifically designed to meet the highest quality requirements of the KTW standards Class “A” and DVGW
  • Thanks to the KTW validation in class “A” for warm water up to +60°C, purity and neutrality of drinking water in chemical and organoleptic terms are safeguarded also at higher temperature
  • Robust, kink resistant and flexible hose structure, which tilt up back in case of accidental crushing

Tube

  • Plastic, white, mirror-smooth, odorless and tasteless and no microbiological contamination in case warming up the drinking water
  • Compliance: FDA standards, BfR requirements and D.M. 21/03/73
  • Highest validation acc. to KTW Cat. A (cold and warm water)

Reinforcement

  • Plies of high strength synthetic textile

Cover

  • Rubber compound, blue, smooth, resistant to abrasion, ageing, ozone and weather, cloth finish

Temperature resistance media

  • From – 30°C up to + 60°C
  • Sterilization with steam up to + 130°C for maximum 30 minutes or standard chlorine-based detergents (also concentrated)
  • Hot water cleaning up to + 95°C for maximum 30 minutes

Safety Factor

  • > 3-times working

Technical Data

Size Tolerances

 Internal Diameter: ISO 1307 / Wall Thickness: DIN 7715 T4 S2 / Length: ISO 1307

Internal Diameter
(mm)
Wall Thickness
(mm)
Bending RadiusWorking Pressure
20°C (bar)
VacuumTheoretical Weight
(kg / m)
Length max.
(m)
133.57020-0.2040
194.012016-0.3340
254.515016-0.4640
326.019014-0.8240
386.524012-1.1040
507.030010-1.4040
658.045010-2.0040
758.060010-2.3040
1008.080010-3.2040

→ Other sizes and different versions are available on request. Pictures might be different to the original

Standard Connections

Schlauchanschlüsse eng

Our Rubber hoses are manufactured according to the customers’ request.

Especially the connections play an important role.

Further information for the different types of connections you can get here