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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:


Medium pressure Hydraulic Lines 150 to 450 bar. 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, Articulating & Telescopic booms and Material handling equipments.


Application Standards:


Exitflex proprietary hose and exceeds SAE/EN two wire braid hose specifications.


Construction: Core: Thermoplastic Elastomer Reinforcement: Double steel wire braid Cover: Black colour Polyurethane and optional pin pricked. Available in twin and multi lines with different hose combination and size. Special colours up on request


Temperature Standards:


-40°C to + 100°C Temp not to exceed +70°C for Air and water based fluids.


EF349 - Hydraulic 2 W/B


part no.


EF349-3 EF349-4 EF349-5 EF349-6 EF349-8 EF349-10 EF349-12 EF349-16


dash size


-3 -4 -5 -6 -8


-10 -12 -16


DN Hose I.D. (Nom.)


5 6 8


10 12 16 20 25


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


4.8 6.4 8.0 9.6


Hose O.D. (Nom.)


12.8 16.1 19.2 25.5


0.460 0.540 0.600 0.690 0.830 0.975 1.120 1.360


11.7 13.7 15.2 17.5 21.1 24.8 28.4 34.5


Working Pressure


inch mm inch mm psi 3/16 1/4


bar


6,500 450 6,250 430 5,500 380 4,800 330 3,900 270 3,000 210 2,500 175 2,200 150


Min. Burst Pressure


psi


26,000 25,000 22,000 19,200 15,600 12,000 10,000 8,800


Min. Bend Radius


bar mm inch 1,800


80


1,720 100 1,520 110 1,320 127 1,080 178 840 203 700 250 600 305


3.2 4.0 4.4 5.1 7.1 8.1


10.0 12.2


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