Swagelok® Hoses and Flexible Tubing
Swagelok offers one of the broadest selections of general industrial and high-purity hoses with a variety of core materials, reinforcement styles, end connections, and insulation options to meet your diverse applications needs for the transportation of liquids and gases.
Hoses play a critical role in facilities worldwide but often are improperly selected and installed for an application, potentially leading to costly or dangerous failures.
How to Choose the Right Fluid System Hose for Your Application
How to Select Hose End Connections
Swagelok® hose and flexible tubing products, used from semiconductor fabrication facilities to tire manufacturing plants to many industrial applications, are designed to provide reliable service in a wide range of conditions. Our hose and tubing products are available in custom lengths, in diameters 2 inches and under, and with many types of end connections and materials to suit a broad spectrum of pressures and temperatures.
There are also hundreds of hose advisors located at Swagelok sales and service centers across the globe, trained to assist with hose selection, troubleshoot problems, and optimize hose maintenance strategies to help keep your workers safe and your systems online.
Hose Advisory and Optimization
- Convoluted Metal Tubing
- End Connections
- Metal Tubing, FZ and FN Series
- PFA Flexible Tubing
- Vinyl Tubing, LT Series
- Flexible Metal Hose, FJ Series
- Flexible Metal Hose, FL Series
- Flexible Metal Hose, FM Series
- High-Pressure Metal Hose, FX Series
- Metal Hose, AH Series
- PFA Core Hose Smooth Bore
- PTFE Core Hose Convoluted
- PTFE Core Hose Smooth Bore
- PTFE Core Hose Smooth Bore with 316L SS Convoluted Cover
Hose and Flexible Tubing Catalogs
Available in hose sizes of 1/8 to 2 in. with a wide range of fractional and metric end connections, Swagelok offers hose in metal, PTFE, thermoplastic, and rubber core tube materials. Find detailed product information, including materials of construction, pressure and temperature ratings, tools and accessories, and options such as ECE R110 approval and hose tags in the product literature provided here.
Swagelok® Hose Advisory Services
Learn how to enhance your hose selection, installation, inspection, and maintenance procedures to improve hose life and performance, reducing costs in the process.Read About Hose Management
Swagelok Resources Curated for You
Industrial hose safety is often deprioritized during regular plant maintenance. It is important hoses receive the attention they deserve—leaks and wear can put your facility at risk. Learn tips to avoid dangerous situations while lowering plant costs.
Knowing the proper time to replace your industrial hoses can save your plant thousands in maintenance costs. Learn how to evaluate your systems and develop a preventive maintenance plan to manage the health of your hoses.
When selecting an industrial hose, the first place to start is the core tube—the hose’s innermost layer. Learn how to select the ideal hose for your application with information on core tube materials & wall construction from the experts at Swagelok.
Industrial hoses typically contain critical reinforcement layers that contribute to longevity and performance. Learn about different reinforcement layer types and which is best suited for different fluid system applications.
Hoses and Flexible Tubing
Swagelok’s variety of hose material options, pressure ratings, and flexibility options allows you to streamline buying by working with one supplier of high-quality hoses. We offer metal, PTFE, thermoplastic, and rubber hose options, unlike most hose manufacturers, meaning we are well-equipped to direct you to the hose type most likely to perform well in your applications.
We own the design of all bulk hoses we provide and have established exacting Swagelok hose specifications to ensure the highest levels of hose quality, yielding strong performance even in extreme applications. Performance data is gathered and analyzed in our dedicated hose laboratory, where we have testing capabilities uncommon in the hose manufacturing industry. Running permeation, pressure impulse and dynamic bend, and high-temperature burst tests allows us to create safer, longer-lasting hoses.
Along with selecting the best hose for your application, having an effective, preventative hose maintenance plan is key to a safe environment for workers and improved hose life and performance.
When it comes time to replace a hose there are several variables to consider. One of the most critical to help ensure compatibility with process and system media is the core tube material.