New Products: Bonded hose

Nov. 8, 2007
The Twin Tough Bonded Hose line is designed to eliminate labor and material costs associated with manually bundling two separate hoses using tie straps or plastic sleeves.

Now available are the 451TC and 471TC Twin Tough hoses. The hoses, engineered with the Tough Cover (TC) abrasion-resistant cover, are said to provide 80 times more abrasion resistance than standard rubber hose. A smooth finish on the cover prevents dirt buildup. The hoses feature a one-half SAE 100R1/100R2 minimum bend radius for easier handling and coiling.

Available in 25 and 50-ft lengths, the 451TC hose has a 3,000-psi constant working pressure in 3/8 and -in. sizes, and one-wire braided construction. The 471TC version features a 5,000-psi constant working pressure in 3/8-in. size, 4,250-psi constant working pressure in -in. size, and two-wire braided construction.

Parker Hannifin Corp., Hose Products Div., 30240 Lakeland Blvd., Wickliffe, OH 44092, (440) 943-5700, www.parker.com

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