Hoses for heavy-duty hydraulics

Power Team's range includes non-conductive hoses with polyurethane coverings, steel reinforced rubber hoses and polyurethane hoses with burst pressures of up to 2 800 bar.

Non-conductive hose

For applications requiring electrical isolation by the hose, a non-conductive hose has a leakage factor of less than 50 microamperes, considered a safe level of conductivity by SAE standards. The covering is polyurethane and coloured orange for easy identification as a non-conductive hose. The covering is not perforated, preventing moisture from entering the hose and affecting its overall conductivity.

All non-conductive hoses have a minimum burst pressure of 2 800 bar.

Rubber hose

6 spiral (R13 specification) rated hose reinforced with two braids of high tensile steel wire and have a tool 4:1 safety factor. The rubber covering is oil and weather resistant.

Polyurethane hose

No. 9764E – Hose assembly consisting of 9767E (1.8 m hose), 6,4mm I.D. polyurethane with 9798 hose half coupler and 9800 dust cap. No. 9754 – Hose assembly consisting of 9756 (1.8 m hose), 6.4 mm I.D. rubber with 9798 hose half coupler and 9800 dust cap.

Polyurethane Rubber

  • Non-Conductive
  • 3/8" NPTF fittings on both ends.
  • Operating pressure is 700 bar.
  • All comply with SAE 100R10 standards.

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