Fuel oil hose E-Z Form™ HT
for oilNBRfabric

fuel oil hose
fuel oil hose
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Characteristics

Use
fuel oil, for oil
Material
NBR, fabric
Applications
suction, high-temperature, transfer
Other characteristics
flexible, braided, spiral wire
Inner diameter

Max.: 25.4 mm (1 in)

Min.: 12.7 mm (0.5 in)

Outer diameter

Max.: 36 mm (1.417 in)

Min.: 23.8 mm (0.937 in)

Pressure

150 psi

Temperature

Max.: 150 °C (302 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Delivered length

7.6 m (24'11")

Description

E-Z Form HT is a high temperature petroleum based oils suction/return hose designed to resist cracking and deterioration for the extreme heat generated in Tier IV engine. Allowing full-flow, kink-free performance, E-Z Form effectively replaces preformed hoses and hose/bent metal tube assemblies in many applications — eliminating special design, tooling, fabrication costs and associated long lead times. It also eliminates the need to order prototypes and excessive minimum production quantities. It minimizes the need for costly made-to-order pre-formed hose and metal tubing, reduces installation time, provides rapid delivery from stock and does not require dedicated inventory. Markets • Mobile • Transportation • Industrial • Municipalities Features/Benefits • Extreme flexibility allows a more direct path in routing minimizing the need for adapters and/or special fittings • One continuous length of hose minimizes leak points and subsequent warranty issues • Design Factor 4:1 enhances safety of operators and equipment • Packaged in fix 25ft lenght can be cut to length as needed • It is a catalog product available from stock in multiple incremental sizes to catch all opportunities quickly

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