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EN 853 1SN steel wire reinforced hydraulic hose is mainly used in high pressure hydraulic systems. It is resistant to abrasion, corrosion and high pressure. This hydraulic hose has pressure hydraulic lines 40 to 250 bar and requires compact outer dia.


Standard: SAE J517 – 100 R1 / EN 8531SN

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1SN hose structure is composed of three parts: tube, reinforcement and cover

Tube

Black, oil resistant synthetic rubber

Reinforcement

One high tensile textile braid, making hose resistant to high pressure

Cover

Black, synthetic special rubber resistant to abrasion,
oils, ozone and weathering

General Information

Hydroflex Hydraulic Rubber Hose is specifically designed to convey hydraulic fluid to or among hydraulic components, valves, actuators, and tools. It is typically flexible, often reinforced, and usually constructed with several layers of reinforcement since hydraulic systems frequently operate at high or very high pressures. Dimensions, performance specifications, construction options, and features are important parameters to consider when searching for hydraulic hose.

Construction options for hydraulic hose include reinforced, coiled, corrugated, or convoluted. Reinforced hose is constructed with some element of reinforcement—styles include textile braid, wire braid, wire helix, and other designs in many ply or layer configurations.

While hydraulic hose is usually constructed of multiple materials, the most commonly use primary materials include elastomers, fluoropolymers and silicone, thermoplastics, metal, and composite or laminated structures. Elastomeric or rubber hydraulic hose are often selected for their flexibility. Fluoropolymer hose offer good flex life, superior chemical and corrosion resistance, and can handle high temperatures. Thermoplastic hydraulic hose offer tight minimum bed radii and excellent kink resistance.

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Tech Specifications

Hose I.D. (inch)

3/16" – 3"

Working pressure

Temperature Range

-40 °C to +120 °C