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Industrial hoses parameters calculation

The main problem faced by consumers at designing of various parts of industrial systems – is the choice of industrial hoses with necessary productivity.
Check out our special calculator that quickly and accurately will help you to calculate the performance of the hoses, the necessary pressure on the line and possible hydraulic losses, based on your specific requests. 
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Hose capacity calculation
Required pressure calculation
Suitable diameter calculation
Hydraulic losses calculation
Hose diameter (мм) Pressure (bar) Maximum flow (liters/min)
Note: calculated values - are theoretical, built on the basis of the Torricelli Act, the scale of Reynolds and Altshul formulas. Hydraulic losses calculation is actual for the following: water at temperature +20 °C or any other liquid environment of analogical viscosity coefficient. The values are actual only for rubber hoses and may differ from the experimentally obtained parameters.
Maximum flow (liters/min) Hose diameter (мм) Line pressure (bar)
Note: calculated values - are theoretical, built on the basis of the Torricelli Act, the scale of Reynolds and Altshul formulas. Hydraulic losses calculation is actual for the following: water at temperature +20 °C or any other liquid environment of analogical viscosity coefficient. The values are actual only for rubber hoses and may differ from the experimentally obtained parameters.
Maximum flow (liters/min) Line pressure (bar) Hose diameter (мм)
Note: calculated values - are theoretical, built on the basis of the Torricelli Act, the scale of Reynolds and Altshul formulas. Hydraulic losses calculation is actual for the following: water at temperature +20 °C or any other liquid environment of analogical viscosity coefficient. The values are actual only for rubber hoses and may differ from the experimentally obtained parameters.
Hose diameter (мм) Line pressure (bar) Length (м) Hydraulic losses (%) Output pressure (bar)
Note: calculated values - are theoretical, built on the basis of the Torricelli Act, the scale of Reynolds and Altshul formulas. Hydraulic losses calculation is actual for the following: water at temperature +20 °C or any other liquid environment of analogical viscosity coefficient. The values are actual only for rubber hoses and may differ from the experimentally obtained parameters.