- Fri Apr 02, 2021 2:42 pm
Gary Knox wrote: ↑Fri Apr 02, 2021 1:37 pm
The hose David posted looks a lot like (maybe the same, maybe not!) this silicone hose,
Not exactly the same ducting, but same idea: impregnated hose.
From my links above wrote:
“CEET” type ducting has two plies of neoprene-impregnated fiberglass, similar to CAT except wire between plies. For use in hot or cold air applications and for conveying fumes at temperatures ranging from -65° to over 350°F.
"SCEET” type ducting has two plies of silicone rubber-impregnated fiber glass, similar to SCAT except wire be tween plies. Ideal for use in conducting extremely cold or hot air at temperatures from -80° to over 550°F, and for conveying fumes.
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PET says that 900mm is needed. 35.4 inches.
It is unclear what length of ducting is available from your e-bay links. Maybe that price is per foot?
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