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Water hose M3KH
hydraulicfor oilfor crude oil

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Characteristics

Use
for water, hydraulic, for oil, for crude oil
Applications
high-pressure, high-temperature, low-temperature
Material
NBR, chloroprene, stainless steel
Other characteristics
flexible, lightweight, small bend radius, spiral, steel-braided
Inner diameter

Max.: 25 mm (0.984 in)

Min.: 6 mm (0.236 in)

Outer diameter

Max.: 37.7 mm (1.484 in)

Min.: 12.2 mm (0.48 in)

Pressure

225 bar (3,263.349 psi)

Temperature

Max.: 121 °C (249.8 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Description

M3KH WIRE BRAID HOSE: 225 BAR - HIGH TEMP +121°C Recommended for high-pressure hydraulic oil line applications. Easy to route and to install in extremely tight areas. Exceeds ISO 18752 Grade C, SAE 100R17 and ISO11237 R17 working pressure, minimum bend radius requirements and performance requirements of EN 857 1SC. Recommended Couplings: GlobalSpiral™ Couplings (-6 to -16), MegaCrimp® Couplings, Power Crimp® Couplings (-3), Stainless Steel B Couplings. M3KH 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 Mega3000® High temp rated at 3250 PSI working pressure and 13,000 burst for all ID's. 70% of EN 857 2SC and 50% of EN 853 2SN bend radius at rated working pressure. Alternative to spiral hoses in high pressure lines where flexibility is required. Validated with MegaCrimp®. Working pressure: 22.5 MPa. Cover: MSHA approved. Temperature Range: -40°C to +121°C -40°F to +250°F Design factor: 4:1. Size: 1/4" to 1".

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