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Exitflex (UK) Ltd 4 & 5 Airfield Road


Christchurch, Dorset BH23 3TG Tel.: +44 1202 478334 Fax: +44 1202 488110


email: sales@exitflex.co.uk


Application:


High-pressure Hydraulic Lines 140 to 420 bar. Compact, high pressure, light weight and low change in length. Suitable for hydraulic application with increased resistance to abrasion. For use with petroleum, synthetic or water based fluids in hydraulic systems. Suitable for Agricultural machinery, Earthmoving, Safety, Rescue and material handling equipments. Can be used for industrial gas and other applications, please consult manufacturer.


Application Standards: SAE 100 R8 / DIN EN 855


Construction:


Core: Thermoplastic Elastomer Reinforcement: 1 braid of aramid fibre cover Cover: Black colour, Pin Pricked – Polyurethane- Welded twin Available multi lines with different hose combination and size. Also, special colours up on request.


Temperature Standards:


Continuous: -40°C to + 100°C temp. not to exceed +70°C for Air and Water based fluids


EFW149 - R8 Welded Twin


part no.


EFW149-2 EFW149-3 EFW149-4 EFW149-5 EFW149-6 EFW149-8 EFW149-10 EFW149-12 EFW149-16 EFW149-20


Page | 15 THERMOPLASTIC HOSE


dash size


-2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -8


-10 -12 -16 -20


DN Hose I.D. (Nom.)


3 5 6 8


10 12 16 20 25


3/16 1/4


5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 1


32 1.1/4


3.2 4.8 6.4 8.0 9.6


Hose O.D. (Nom.)


12.8 16.1 19.2 25.5 32.0


0.320 0.405 0.490 0.560 0.620 0.760 0.910 1.040 1.310 1.654


Working Pressure


inch mm inch mm psi 1/8


8.1 6000 10.3 5000 12.4 5000 14.2 4300 15.7 4000 19.3 3500 23.1 2900 26.4 2300 33.3 2000 42.0 1500


bar 420 350 350 300 280 245 200 165 140 100


Min. Burst Pressure psi


24000 20000 20000 17200 16000 14000 11600 9200 8000 6000


1680 1400 1400 1200 1120 980 800 660 560 400


Min. Bend Radius


bar mm inch 25 25 32 45 55 77


110 140 200 350


1.0 1.0 1.3 1.8 2.2 3.1 4.4 5.6 8.0


14.0


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