Vena®Bio Braided (Technosil)

Flexible silicone tubes manufactured by extrusion with a polyester yarn braiding inside the tube.


It is especially recommended for the transport of liquid or semi-liquid fluids in the food, cosmetic, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. It offers an extremely broad field of applications. The design ensures a balance between strength and lightness, making it easy to handle.

They can be used in places with high pressure due to his resistance. Due to its translucent appearance, the product inside the hose is visible during the process phase.


  • Odorless, tasteless and completely non-toxic.
  • Can be equipped with 316L stainless steel fittings on each end with a roughness value of less than 0.8 µm (or 0.5 µm on request).
  • Operational temperature range from -60ºC (-75ºF) to +180ºC (356ºF), it may reach up to 200ºC (392ºF) during short periods of time.
  • The standard manufacturing length is 10 meters long (32.81 ft.), but they can be manufactured in other length if required.
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Translucent and smooth inner and outer appearance, the product could be manufactured with a coloured outer layer.


-60ºC (-75ºF) to +180ºC (356ºF), it may reach up to 200ºC (392ºF) during short periods of time.


This reference is manufactured by extrusion with polyester yarn braiding inside the tube.



  • Complete Validation Package. Check page 4.
  • 3A Sanitary Standard 62-02 (fitted hoses).


LabelsCan be customized with the indelible silicone labels that can be placed over any hose in order to mark specific information required by the client.
QR markingThe QR code assures 100% traceability of the hose.
AssembliesCan be equipped with crimped fittings with the best technology to ensure the safest and smoothest transition connections. (SZR Systems – Non- retention area).
Molded clampsCan be customized by molded clamps in order to reduce installation time (no gaskets), improve cleanliness (no retention zone) and maintain the benefits of the silicone.

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