Spiro Branch pipe

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Ø 159/159, Spiro5 3149

An effective tubing system has to meet certain requirements. Constant transport velocity in the tubing at different loads is one require­ment. Correct transport velocity is another. When the velocity is too low, the material will cause a blockage. When the velocity is to high, this will lead to unnecessary wear and loss of energy. Dustcontrol's competent staff can dimension a system to your needs.  

When transporting material in a tubing system turbulent flow will cause noise. Material particles impact the hard tubing walls. Using an elastomer (EPDM- and NBR-rubber) in bends, branch pipes and mounting brackets moderates the sound considerably.  

Bends and branch pipes are designed to withstand high negative pressure. The bends are designed with a radial ridge to spread the impact area of the mateial thereby reducing wear and minimizing the risk of blockage.  

Every elastomer bend and branch pipe are designed with a plugged hole, that can be used for measuring and inspection. The advantages with the elastomer tubing system are:

  • Low noise
  • Blockage risk reduced
  • Reduced wear

The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.


Part No Desc. Material α
Ø 1 Ø 2 l m (kg)
3149* Ø 159/159 Spiro5 45o 159 159 370 2.5


*For Ø 159/108 use 3308 cone and 3045 joint.

1Carbon Steel Zink Coated, 1311.
2Stainless steel SS2333/Grade 1.4301/DIN X 5 CrNi 1810/UNSS30400/AFNOR Z 6 CN 18.09/ANSI 304/BS 304S15.
3Rubber, EPDM.
4Rubber, NBR.
5Reinforced Spiral Tubing.