Water hose EFG6K
hydraulicfor oilfor crude oil

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Characteristics

Use
for water, hydraulic, for oil, for crude oil
Material
NBR, chloroprene, stainless steel
Applications
high-pressure
Other characteristics
flexible, spiral wire, steel-braided
Inner diameter

Min.: 10 mm (0.394 in)

Max.: 51 mm (2.008 in)

Outer diameter

Min.: 20.2 mm (0.795 in)

Max.: 57.4 mm (2.26 in)

Pressure

Min.: 0 psi

Max.: 24,000 psi

Temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 121 °C (249.8 °F)

Description

EFG6K SPIRAL WIRE HOSE: 420 BAR Recommended for extremely high pressure and high impulse applications such as hydrostatic transmissions. EFG6K is designed to meet or exceed all requirements of SAE 100R15 specifications and performance requirements of EN 856 4SP (-6, -8, -10 and -12), EN 856 4SH (-12, -16, and -20), and ISO 3862 Type R15 (-6, -8, -10, -12, -16, -24). 12EFG6K meets ISO 18752 Grade D. Recommended Couplings: GlobalSpiral™ Couplings, GlobalSpiral™ MAX Pressure Couplings, Stainless Steel S Couplings (-6 through -20). EFG6K hose is compatible with biodegradable hydraulic fluids like synthetic esters, polyglycols and vegetable oils as well as petroleum-based fluids. Superior flex impulse performance: Tested to 1,000,000 impulse cycles at 50% of SAE 100R15 bend radii (except -32). FEATURES AND BENEFITS -6 to -20 validated with GlobalSpiral™; -24, -32 with GlobalSpiral™ Maximum. Up to 40% of EN 856 4SP/4SH bend radius at rated working pressure. EFG6K MegaSpiral™ is rated at 1/2 bend radius of SAE 100R15. Meets Flame Resistance Acceptance Designation MSHA 2G. Type approvals: DNV, GL, LR, BV and ABS. 6000 PSI constant pressure for all ID's. Cover: MSHA approved. Temperature Range: -40°C to +121°C -40°F to +250°F Size: 3/8" to 2".

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