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  • Predicting the life of hydraulic hose
    A variety of service factors affect how long a hose assembly will last. Factors such as operating conditions, ambient temperature, pressure, and the type of hydraulic fluid all play a role in how long a hose assembly survives in service. Not a week goes by without someone asking, "How long
  • Tube Fittings
    is transmitted by a sleeve to the flared tube. No twisting action is transmitted to the flare and, because the nut is short, tubing bends can be placed closer to the fitting. The 60 cone fittings seal by metal-to-metal contact, with a tapered cone seating onto the tube (or nose in the hose swivel
  • Hydraulic Tube Fittings Deliver Leak-Free Performance and Long Life
    high pressure, severe shock, and vibration. Tube fittings are essential to hydraulic systems, connecting tubing and hose to pumps, valves, cylinders, and other components. Modern connectors deliver years of leak-free performance despite high operating pressures, pressure spikes, corrosion, vibration
  • Fluid Power Reference Guide - Hydraulics and Fluid Handling
    to literally seconds and eliminates torquing inconsistencies that can cause conventional threaded fasteners to leak. STC connectors also rotate during assembly, eliminating twists that dramatically shorten hose life. The fittings are said to weigh less and have a lower profile than
  • New Connectors Ease Hydraulic Assembly
    the Universal Push-to-Connect (UPTC) assembly that reportedly reduces assembly time by as much as 90% on industrial and mobile equipment. Design of the UPTC involved collaboration between Parker 's Tube Fittings, Hose Products The UPTC consists
  • Odd-Shaped Seal Stops Random Leaks
    Canal Winchester, Ohio, expect near-perfect reliability from their Piggyback construction forklifts. Therefore, it was perplexing and disturbing when occasionally and without warning, a Piggyback would blow the drive hose to the front-wheel-drive motor. Hydraulic leaks
  • Routing rules enhance system reliability
    Following some basic guidelines for routing and connecting tubing and hose in pneumatic and hydraulic applications offers several design benefits. These include faster installation, easier servicing, less chance of leakage and, potentially, longer service life and lower costs. Most components do

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