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Hydraulic Hose Description Data

SAE 100R1
SAE 100R2

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from140o to 100o C.
Type A—Consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, a single wire braid reinforcement, and an oil-and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube or over the wire reinforcement (or both) to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.
Type AT—Same construction as Type A, except it has a cover designed to assemble with fittings which do not require removal of the cover or any portion of it.

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from140o to 100o C.
It consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, steel-wire reinforcement according to hose type, as detailed below, and an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.
Type A — This type has two braids of wire reinforcement
Type B — This type has two spiral plies and one braid of reinforcement
Type AT — This type is the same as Type A, but has a cover designed to assemble with fittings which do not require removal of the cover or any portion of it.
Type BT — This type is the same as Type B, but has a cover designed to assemble with fittings which do not require removal of the cover or any portion of it.
SAE 100R3
SAE 100R4

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
It is constructed with an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, two braids of suitable textile yarn, and an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover.

     This hose should be used in low pressure and vacuum applications, with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
It is constructed with an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, a rein-forcement consisting of a ply, or plies, of woven or braided textile fibers with a suitable spiral of body wire, and an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover.
SAE 100R5
SAE 100R6

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
It is constructed with an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber reinforced with two textile braids separated by a high-tensile-strength steel-wire braid. All of the braids are impregnated with an oil- and mildew-resistant synthetic rubber compound.

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
It consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, one braided ply of suitable textile yarn, and an oil-and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover.
SAE 100R7
SAE 100R8

     This thermoplastic hose should be used for synthetic, petroleum-, and water-based hydraulic fluids in a temperature range from 140o to 93o C.
It consists of a thermoplastic inner tube resistant to hydraulic fluids with suitable synthetic-fiber reinforcement and a hydraulic fluid- and weather-resistant thermoplastic cover. Nonconductive 100R7 is identified with an orange cover and appropriate lay line. Its pressure capacity is similar to that of 100R1.

     This high-pressure thermoplastic hose should be used with synthetic, petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 140o to 93o C.
It consists of a thermoplastic inner tube resistant to hydraulic fluids with suitable synthetic-fiber reinforcement and a hydraulic fluid- and weather-resistant thermoplastic cover. Nonconductive 100R8 is identified with an orange cover and appropriate lay line. Its pressure capacity is similar to that of 100R2.
SAE 100R9
SAE 100R10

    This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
Type A—This type consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, four spiral plies of wire wrapped in alternating directions, and an oil-and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.
Type AT—This type is the same construction as Type A, but has a cover designed to assemble with fittings which do not require removal of the cover or any portion of it.

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
Type A—This type consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, four spiral plies of heavy wire wrapped in alternating directions, and an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.
Type AT—This type has the same construction as Type A, but its cover is designed to assemble with fittings which do not require removal of the cover or any portion of it.
SAE 100R11
SAE 100R12

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
It consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, six spiral plies of heavy wire wrapped in alternating directions, and an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from 140o to 121o C.
It consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, four spiral plies of heavy wire wrapped in alternating directions, and an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.
SAE 100R13
SAE 100R14

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from 140o to 121o C.
It is constructed with an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, followed by multiple spiral plies of heavy wire wrapped in alternating directions, and concluding with an oil- and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.

     This hose should be used with petroleum-, synthetic-, and water-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 154o to 204o C.
Type A—This type consists of an inner tube of polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) reinforced with a single braid of type 303XX stainless steel.
Type B—This type has the same construction as Type A, but has the additional feature of an electrically-conductive inner surface to prevent buildup of an electrostatic charge.
SAE 100R15
SAE 100R16

     This hose should be used with petroleum-based hydraulic fluids within a temperature range from 140o to 121o C.
It consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, multiple spiral plies of heavy wire wrapped in alternating directions, and an oil- and weather-resistant rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over or within the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.

     This hose should be used with petroleum- and water-based hydraulic fluids, within a temperature range from 140o to 100o C.
It consists of an inner tube of oil-resistant synthetic rubber, steel wire reinforcement of one or two braids, and an oil-and weather-resistant synthetic rubber cover. A ply, or braid, of suitable material may be used over the inner tube and/or over the wire reinforcement to anchor the synthetic rubber to the wire.
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