Hydraulic hose FA21 series
fuel oilfor oilsynthetic rubber

hydraulic hose
hydraulic hose
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hydraulic, fuel oil, for oil
synthetic rubber
for petrochemical applications
Other characteristics
flexible, fire-resistant, braided, wire-reinforced
Inner diameter

10 mm, 25 mm (0.394 in)

Outer diameter

25.4 mm, 42.16 mm (1 in)


3,000 psi, 5,000 psi


Max.: 100 °C (212 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)


Parker’s complete line of Blow Out Preventer hoses (BOP) is developed to meet the most rigorous demands in exploration and deep drilling. Our high-performance BOP hoses are designed for hydraulic use and certified to withstand fire, high heat and pressures in safety critical applications. An optional metal armor version is available for the FA35 BOP hose assemblies and is tested, rated and approved by Lloyd’s Register, complying with American Petroleum Industry API 16D guidelines to meet and exceed OD/1000/499 flame testing at 1300° F for five minutes. Choose from a 3000 or 5000 PSI hose to meet your industry specific requirements. Markets: • Oil & Gas Features/Benefits: • Flexible design with made-to-order options that meet your requirements • Fittings available in steel and stainless steel • Full range from -6 to -32 dash size; working pressure from 3000 to 5000 PSI • Flame resistance FA21 • For general applications where flame resistance is required • Braided construction offering constant 3000 psi in all sizes • Lloyd’s certified to API 16D flame test requirements • Thick red synthetic flame resistant rubber cover • Assembled with insulating sleeve to meet flame test requirements • 1/2 SAE bend radius for easier routing Applications: • Petroleum base hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils Compatible Fittings: • 43 Sériés fittings


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