Fexible Rubber Hose

Any one know if there is a manufacturer of large diameter(36" to 48") Helical Rubber Hoses(constuction similer to dryer hose in that it
compresses and expands) sufficient to with stand large forces such as an Ocean Wave? It is to be used for a design I am working on and must withstand contractions and expansions repeatedly and a certain pressure. Thank You.
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Would corrugated polyethylene pipe work for your application? It is commonly used for storm sewers in 36 and 48 inch diameters.

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Corrurgated [olyethylene pipe? Is it flexible to compress and expand along its lenth? Has to act as a pump component.
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Dear sugna41:

"Yes" to expand along its length. Very limited in pressure capacity (this allows its use in sewers). What are your needs?
David A. Smith
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Corregated Plastic Pipe? or Look Up Amazon Hose!

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In article <1121647335.724670.15680

A stack of auto tires clamped together at the bead with split fiberglass flanges?
Or for something built specifically for this sort of use, Firestone Airstroke...
<http://www.firestoneindustrial.com/Industrial/Product_desc riptions/airstroke_actuation.htm>
Ned Simmons
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