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Aeroduct® CEET Ducting

Featuring a fabric liner on the inside diameter, CEET ducting allows air to flow smoothly, even in tight bends, offering less air friction los than unlined ducting. It is recommended for use in hot or cold air applications and for conveying fumes.

Technical Overview

Inside Diameter (inches)* 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12
Weight (pounds per foot) .22 .35 .47 .58 .69 .81 .92 1.15 1.35
Inside Bend Radius (inches) .75 1.10 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 3.00 4.00
Length Required for 180º Bend (inches) 10 14 19 24 28 32 38 50 60
Minimum Burst Pressure (psig) 185 160 144 84 76 48 43 38 22
Internal Working Pressure (psig) 46 40 36 21 19 12 9.5 6.5 5.5
Maximum Leakage (ctm/ft. at working pressure) .020 .030 .040 .050 .060 .070 .080 .100 .120
Crush Resistance (pounds per foot) 400 320 290 240 200 190 145 105 60
Axial Tensile Strength (pounds) 550 720 900+ 900+ 900+ 900+ 900+ 900+ 900+
Retracted Length (inches per foot) 4 4 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0
Operating Temperature Range -65ºF to +350ºF

Literature

Thermoid Aviation Ducting and Hose Products – Brochure

Features & Benefits

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A. Support
  • Copper-coated or bronze-plated spring steel-wire helix
B. Liner
  • Woven fiberglass fabric infused and coated with neoprene rubber.
C. Cover
  • Woven fiberglass fabric infused and coated with neoprene rubber
D. Cord
  • Fiberglass cord infused with neoprene rubber. Standard length – 10 ft.
Applications
  • For use in hot or cold air applications and for conveying fumes at temperatures ranging from -65°F to +300°F. Not recommended for conveying liquids or highly abrasive materials, or for negative pressure applications

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