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Hydraulic hose 811 series
synthetic rubberhigh-temperaturebuilding

hydraulic hose
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Characteristics

Use
hydraulic
Material
synthetic rubber
Applications
transport, suction, high-temperature, construction, for petrochemical applications, for marine applications, agricultural, building, for machine tools, for mining applications, for railway application, for military applications
Other characteristics
weather-resistant
Inner diameter

Min.: 19 mm
(0.748 in)

Max.: 63.5 mm
(2.5 in)

Outer diameter

Min.: 30 mm
(1.181 in)

Max.: 76 mm
(2.992 in)

Pressure

Min.: 0 psi

Max.: 300 psi

Temperature

Min.: -40 °C
(-40 °F)

Max.: 100 °C
(212 °F)

Description

Parkefs 811 hose is a suction and return line hose that has a working pressure range of 62-300 PSI which is designed for high température applications. The 811 hose is designed, built, and tested to meet SAE 100R4 performance spécifications. Sizes range from V to 2-1/2" in diameter to fit the requirements of various markets. Markets: • - RV & Bus • - Grounds & Building Maintenance • - Forestry • - Railroad • - Utility Equipment • - Personnel Lift Equipment • - Oil Field Service • - Waste & Refuse • - Material Handling • - Paving & Road Maintenance • - Ground Support Equipment • - Industrial Features/Benefits: • - 62-300 PSI working pressure in different sizes • - Half SAE bend radius for ease of installation and low force to flex • - SAE J517100R4 / SAE J1942 Performance Spécifications • - Oil and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover Applications: • - Petroleum base hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils Compatible Fittings: • - 81 sériés fittings (for -12 to -32) • - 88 sériés fittings (for -12 to -40)

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