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Monday, January 13, 2014

Safety First - Replace Your Frayed Glue Hoses




As you know, safety is top priority in manufacturing plants.  If your glue hoses are fraying, it is time to replace them to maintain a safe working environment.  

To prevent fraying of glue hoses, verify you have the correct length hose.  

Many hoses that are too long become frayed as a result of being stepped on or being run over because they are lying on the floor.

On the other hand, verify the hose is not too short.  If a hose is too short and is rubbing up against a sharp edge, fraying can occur.

If you would like to change the length, please let us know and we can help with providing pricing and a part number for the length hose you need.


Angela Wagley
sales@keystoneparts.com
www.keystoneparts.com
800-235-8090