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Ace Sanitary Has Your Next Hose Upgrade: TSC & TSC-C Lines

Posted on by Sara Springer

Hoses are not just hoses. Like any other piece of equipment, you carefully selected the hosing installed in your system. Did you choose correctly? Springer Pumps® suggests that you try a superior hose by Ace Sanitary®.

Ace’s TSC and TSC-C hoses offer solutions to most industries that require more from their processing equipment. Both versions of the hose are silicone covered and have exterior convolutions and a smooth undulating bore (which provides extreme flexibility).

The TSC Hose is PRFE lined, ideal for pharmaceutical, foodstuffs, and biotech industries. No undesired tastes transfer from this hose to the materials passing through its walls. It is easily cleaned both outside and internally. Ace also recommends the TSC Hose line for hot oil.

The TSC-C Hose is a more rugged offering with a carbon-filled tube for safety. Ace recommends this hose for steam applications and volatile media transfer with a potential for static build-up.

Here’s a list of additional features for Ace Sanitary® TSC and TSC-C Hose lines:

  • Extreme flexibility
  • Easy cleanup
  • No odor or taste transfer
  • No static build-up (TSC-C)
  • Lighter weight than competitors
  • Meets FDA standards
  • Meets 3-A Sanitary standards
  • Applies to: Volatile media transfer, food & beverage industry, biotech industry, pharmaceutical industry, hot oil, low viscosity applications

It’s time to take your hoses to the next level and upgrade to some of the finest available on the market with Ace Sanitary®. Please reach out to the team at Springer Pumps® today to request additional information or receive a quote.



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Ace Sanitary Offers New Hose to Replace TRS Model

Posted on by Sara Springer

Ace Sanitary has announced a new, improved hose, the new TRP series as a replacement for their TRS series. 

  • TRP has a PTFE liner compared to the TRS FEP liner 
  • TRS will be available in longer production lengths. 
  • TRP series assemblies will be available in 2022. 
  • TRS series assemblies will be available until stock is depleted. 

To place an order for TRS assemblies or to learn more about the new TRP series, contact Springer Pumps today. 

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Ace Sanitary F-Series Food Grade Hose

Posted on by Sara Springer

Ace Sanitary supplies flexible fluid transfer connections primarily for use in FDA-regulated production facilities.

Ace’s Food and Dairy industry-related products assist with liquid, powder, and oil-related transfer. When paired with their patented SealRite hose couplers, their Food Grade Hose and Fittings are CIP-able for Bulk Chemical, Steam, and other CIP-related usages.

The Ace Sanitary F-Series Food Grade Hose line boasts features including extreme flexibility, suction and discharge, low friction covers, kink resistance, and includes High-Temperature Food Grade Hose. The F-Series is suitable for uses pertaining to Food Grade Water Hose, Railcar Loading/Unloading, Common industrial chemicals, Brewery/Dry Hopping, Sugar Transfer, and for use with other wet or dry abrasive materials.

FRH Raised Helix Hose FRH Raised Helix Food Grade Hose

Product Description

This hose is an excellent choice for receiving bays. Its exterior corrugations provide for tight bending and easy handling. Designed for adverse conditions or cleanup as water will not pool with use of the FRH. Versatile and flexible, this hose is ideal for suction and discharge use up to 150 PSI while not imparting taste or odor.

  • Perfect for receiving bays
  • Corrugations provide tight bending
  • Ideal for suction and discharge use up to 150 PSI
  • These FDA grade hoses are not suitable for 3-A applications
Standard Features
  • Exterior Corrugations
  • Easy Handling/Bending
  • Suction & Discharge
  • Will Not Pool
  • Non-Imparting of Taste or Odor


Product Description

An economical alternative for fluoropolymer-lined hose. With a low friction cover, it’s a significant addition to their chemical hose line. It handles the majority of common industrial chemicals in pressure, gravity and suction applications. FPE is crush and kink-resistant, and durable for challenging applications.

  • Alternative for fluoropolymer-lined hoses
  • Low friction cover
  • Crush and kink resistant
  • These FDA grade hoses are not suitable for 3-A applications
Standard Features
  • Resistant to Harsh Chemicals
  • Low Friction/Easy Drag
  • Highly Flexible
  • Wear Resistant
  • Full Vacuum
  • Easy Clean-Up
  • Long Length 130 ft.

FDF Dry Food TransferFDF Dry Food Transfer Hose

Product Description

This suction and discharge hose, with its anti-static tube and conductive cover, is excellent for wet or dry abrasive materials, like sugar or powdered milk. It’s designed to be extremely flexible and is suited for extreme environments.

  • Perfect for wet or dry abrasive materials
  • Extremely flexible
  • Suited for extreme environments
  • These FDA grade hoses are not suitable for 3-A applications
Standard Features
  • Tube: White, FDA, Anti-Static, NBR
  • Reinforcement: Spiral ply cords w/2 steel helix wires and static wire
  • Recommended Cleaning: CIP, COP
  • Cover: Green w/conductive black stripe
  • Temperature Range: -15 to 180° F

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How to Ensure Optimal Heat Transfer

Posted on by Sara Springer

Does Your Process Fluid Need to Remain at a Steady Temperature?

How do you ensure optimal heat transfer in your process? One way is to stop heat loss is to insulate or heat your hoses. When your process requires steady fluid temperatures. ACE offers two specialty options for heated hoses, and insulated hose, to keep process fluids at the needed temperature during transfer.

EHH – Electronically Heated Hose

Custom manufactured for a variety of applications to keep product flowing. Compared to single conductor heating elements, the EHH provides optimal heat transfer to a large (95%) surface area. Individual strand conductors are fixed in place and insulated with flexible, high-temperature fiber. The “Overwrap” layer of silicon rubber secures the conductors and provides a flexible cushion.

ACE EHH Electronically Heated Hose


  • Gel Cap Production Packaging Industry
  • Photographic Development Solutions
  • Hot Oil Transfer
  • Cosmetic Transfer
  • Candy Manufacturing
  • Chemical Transfer Testing
  • Pharmaceutical Slurries
  • Hot Fill
  • Food Transfer (FDA Approved)

WJH – Water Jacketed Hose

The water-jacketed hose option can be added to any Flex-Rite hose. It’s ideal for a process where heat jacket water is already being used.

ACE Water Jacketed Hose


CIP – Custom Insulation Package

Custom Insulation Package can be added to any Flex-Rite hose. These are ideal for applications where temperature retention isn’t critical, but helpful.

To find out more about these hoses, jacketed pumps and other options

ACE Sanitary CIP Custom Insulation Package


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NEW: Completely Smooth SPL Compensators from Ace Sanitary

Posted on by Sara Springer

The First Compensator Made for the Pharmaceutical and Food IndustriesAce Sanitary SPL Compensator

SPL Compensators from Ace Sanitary comply with FDA standards. Compensators are used to reduce vibrations between parts during processing and overcome connection misalignment.

SPL Compensators Features:

  • Pressure-resistant polyester reinforcements
  • Made from platinum-catalyzed silicone
  • Autoclave safe and sterilizable
  • Temperature Range of -58°F to +356°F

Download the Ace Sanitary SPL Compensator Flyer (pdf)

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Ace Sanitary Provides Professional Services to Help Protect Sanitary Hose Investments

Posted on by Sara Springer

Ace Sanitary Seal Right HoseAce Sanitary’s Complete Hose System

Ace Sanitary is now offering a complete hose program to reduce waste, increase hose life and simplify purchasing for sanitary hoses.  The program starts with an audit and inventory and finishes with customized solutions and documentation for regulatory support. Let Ace save you money. (more…)