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Hydraulic hose M4K
for crude oilfor waterfor oil

hydraulic hose
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Characteristics

Use
for water, hydraulic, for crude oil, for oil
Applications
high-pressure, high-temperature
Material
NBR, stainless steel, PVC
Other characteristics
abrasion-resistant, oil-resistant, weather-resistant, lightweight, standard, spiral, steel-braided
Inner diameter

Min.: 6 mm (0.236 in)

Max.: 19 mm (0.748 in)

Outer diameter

Min.: 13.7 mm (0.539 in)

Max.: 29.1 mm (1.146 in)

Pressure

4,000 psi

Temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 100 °C (212 °F)

Description

M4K WIRE BRAID HOSE: 280 BAR Recommended for high-pressure hydraulic oil line applications. Easy to route and to install in extremely tight areas. Exceeds ISO 18752 Grade B, SAE 100R19 and ISO11237 R19. Recommended Couplings: GlobalSpiral™ Couplings, MegaCrimp® Couplings, Stainless Steel B Couplings (-4 to -8), Stainless Steel S Couplings (-12 and -16). M4K 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 600,000 impulse cycles, 3 times the industry standard. Meets Flame Resistance Acceptance Designation MSHA 2G. FEATURES AND BENEFITS Provides greater performance, flexibility, easier routing and plumbing of mobile and stationary hydraulic platforms. 50% of EN 857 2SC and 40% of EN 853 2SN bend radius at rated working pressure. Alternative to spiral hoses in high pressure lines where flexibility is required. Type approvals: DNV, GL, LR, BV and ABS. Validated with MegaCrimp®. Working pressure: 28 MPa. Cover: MSHA approved. Temperature Range: -40°C to +100°C -40°F to +212°F Design factor: 4:1. Size: 1/4" to 3/4".

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