Kinking of tubing, a widespread challenge with far-reaching implications across industries, has been addressed in a comprehensive new white paper by NewAge Industries. When tubing kinks, it not only disrupts fluid flow and product integrity but also poses safety risks that can have critical consequences.
The white paper, titled ” Preventing Kinking in Tubing: Strategies for Reliable Fluid Transfer,” delves into the multifaceted nature of kinking prevention. By examining factors such as material properties, bend radius, tube diameter, wall thickness, and external forces, engineers, manufacturers, and operators are guided in implementing strategies that ensure tubing functions optimally.
Industries ranging from medical and industrial to aerospace and fluid transfer systems are impacted by kinked tubing. Partial or complete blockages caused by excessive bending can disrupt vital processes. Industrial environments may face equipment malfunctions and production interruptions, while the aviation sector’s safety and control can be compromised due to kinks in hydraulic or fuel lines. Diminished flow rates, pressure drops, and material stress are additional risks that can lead to premature wear, leaks, and compromised product quality.
NewAge Industries, a trusted industry leader with over two decades of tubing expertise, emphasizes the importance of a strong partnership to combat tubing kinking. The company’s ISO 9001 certification and skilled team of engineers and technicians ensure the selection of appropriate tubing and proper installation. With an extensive array of tubing products and services, including customized solutions, NewAge Industries offers a holistic approach to tubing needs.
The white paper serves as a valuable resource for those seeking to prevent tubing kinking and prioritize system efficiency and safety. By partnering with experts and implementing proven strategies, industries can overcome the challenges posed by tubing kinks and ensure the dependability of critical applications.
Download the white paper from New Age Industries now.