Extraction hoses

The extraction hose is a hose used for the extraction of sawdust, dust, gases, and chemical vapours, highly abrasive granules. It usually works as a suction hose (i.e. it works in negative pressure), but some plants also use it for pumping (in excess pressure). Its main task is to maintain appropriate health and safety standards (especially those relating to air quality). 

Extraction hoses are usually made of thermoplastic material or plastic-coated fabric. They also have a metal or plastic spiral which provides them with vacuum resistance. The thicker the spiral, the more durable the hose. The material and wall thickness of the hose is responsible for its abrasion resistance. Have a look at our range and choose a hose for your workplace.




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Suction and discharge hose | Reinforcement: strong textile reinforcement | Inner Wall: NR | Outer Wall: NR | Working pressure: 5 BAR | Temperature Range: -25 to +80 °C


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Extraction hoses

How the extraction hose is constructed?

The extraction hose consists of two main components:

  • wall,
  • spiral.

The wall of the extraction hose is important as it has a direct impact on the friction resistance of the hose. The thicker and smoother the material, the better it will cope with transporting a medium with higher friction parameters.

When it comes to material, the walls of extraction hose are usually made of polyurethane or a similar material. There are also those made of fabric (e.g. polyester) that have been coated with a polymeric material (e.g. silicone). The chemical resistance of the hose also depends on the wall type.

For the spiral of the extraction hose, on the other hand, you have three main material options: steel wire, steel plate, or plastic. For the first two, the hose becomes an anti-static hose — you just need to ground it at both ends.

What are the different types of the extraction hose?

We divide types of the extraction hose according to their purpose. Therefore, we distinguish between, among others:

In our offer, you will find a variety of hoses manufactured by leading manufacturers. The high quality of the hoses guarantees you that the risk of failure is minimal and that the quality of the work performed remains at an optimal level.

How to choose an extraction hose?

To choose an extraction hose pay attention to:

  • length — an important parameter as it affects the weight of the installation and its cost. In addition, a too-long hose may reduce the effectiveness of the extraction; 
  • diameter — match it to the pace of the machine and the pressure at which the extraction hose will operate. A diameter that is too large usually results in a pressure drop, while a diameter that is too small can make it difficult to transport the medium; 
  • operating temperature — if the extraction hose will be operating in high temperature conditions (caused by friction of the medium or other reasons), ensure that it has adequate temperature resistance. Otherwise, it will easily become damaged; 
  • abrasion resistance — a parameter particularly important in the extraction of abrasive media. Failure in this respect may result in rapid wear of the extraction hose; 
  • chemical resistance — this is important when transporting vapours or chemically active substances (e.g. acids and bases).

Before you decide on a particular extraction hose, have a look at its most important parameters and choose one that suits your needs.

We have put together such a comprehensive selection of products that you will easily find the right one for your industrial plant. Both in terms of length and diameter (e.g. 3-inch extraction hose, 4-inch extraction hose, 8-inch extraction hose, etc.) or physical and chemical resistance.


What is the extraction hose used for?


The extraction hose is used to transport by-products of industrial work, e.g. dust, shavings, sawdust, chemical gases and vapours, etc. Some people also use it for air blowing.

Where are extraction hoses used?


Extraction hoses are used in a wide range of industries - from carpentry workshops to food processing to chemical plants. The huge selection of different types of this kind of hose makes them ideal for many jobs.

2-inch extraction hose or 4-inch extraction hose?


A 2-inch extraction hose is better suited to weaker machines and lower pressure work. A 4-inch extraction hose, on the other hand, will work well in a larger plant and with more heavy medium handling. However, choosing the right hose depends on more factors, so if you are unsure, take advantage of our help.