ALUSPHERE – węże ceramiczne o ekstremalnej odporności na ścieranie

ALUSPHERE ceramic hoses are used for pneumatic conveying of dry abrasive materials such as dry cement, coal dust, coal, coke, solid alternative fuels, steel shot, glass aggregate, etc. Used in steel mills, coking plants, power plants, cement plants, mines, glass works, abrasive material plants, and insulation material plants. There are two variants of the hose, delivery and suction-delivery.

One of their advantages is the very long service life in these applications – a traditional abrasion-resistant rubber hose will only last a few days, while ALUSPHERE hose can work for several months under the same conditions.


  • Extreme abrasion resistance – several times greater than that of rubber hoses operating in the same conditions due to ceramic balls embedded in the inner layer of the hose.
  • Built-in copper wire discharging electrical charges – antistatic outer layer for even better dissipation of electrical charges.

  • GHIBLI flange system fits on the outside of the hose – no contact between the medium and the fitting (only for suction-delivery version)

  • Custom-made, metric or imperial thread fittings are an option for mounting externally on the hose

  • Hose can come with soft ends for mounting on steel pipe stubs right on a customer’s system

ALUSPHERE ceramic delivery hose

ALUSPHERE ceramic delivery hose

ALUSPHERE SPO 10 SF ceramic suction-delivery hose

ALUSPHERE SPO 10 SF ceramic suction-delivery hose

Examples of applications

Conveying pulverised coal in steel mills

Aplikacja tłoczenia pyłu węglowego w hutach

Transfer of alternative fuel in cement works

Przesył paliwa alternatywnego w cementowaniach

Assembly of ALUSPHERE hose

A standard ALUSPHERE hose assembly, with special fittings mounted on the outside of the hose – like for typical sandblasting couplings (couplings available on special request).

Assembly of ALUSPHERE hose

GHIBLI split flange system

Split flange system designed for suction-delivery hoses mounted on the outer layer of the hose – no contact between the medium and the fitting.