XDH Series eXtreme™ Duty Hose | Parker Parflex

Designed for high volume, repeatable applications in extreme environmental conditions such as high temperatures, complicated routings, and high abrasion areas

All hoses heat formed into customized routings

Can be easily routed throughout extreme environments,eliminating the need for metal tubing/hose combinations and multiple connecting points
 Parker Parflex XDH Series eXtreme™ Duty Hose

XDH Series eXtreme™ Duty Hose

Specifications:   Meets or exceeds SAE J517 100R16, SAE J517 100R2, SAE J517 100R17, SAE J517 100R19
Application:  Ideally suited for extreme environmental conditions such as high temperatures, complicated routings, high abrasion and aggressive fluids.
Inner Tube:   Engineered Thermoplastic
Reinforcement:   Braided Steel wire
Cover:   Engineered Thermoplastic
Temperature Range:  -65°F to +300°F (-54°C to +150°C)
(Limited to +135°F (+57°C) for synthetic hydraulic
fluids and water-based fluids)
Vacuum Rating:   28  inch Hg
Crimp Fittings:  55 Series
Field Attachable Fittings: Do not use

Sizes and specifications

Part
Number

Nominal
I.D.

Maximum
O.D.

Maximum
Working
Pressure

73˚F/ 23˚C

Minimum
Bend
Radius

Vac.
Rating

Hg./73˚F

Weight

 

inch

mm

inch

mm

psi

MPa

inch

mm

inch

lbs./ft.

kg./mtr.

XDH-4

1/4

6

.43

11

5,000

35

2.0

50

28

.10

.14

XDH-6

3/8

10

.62

16

4,000

28

2.5

64

28

.19

.28

XDH-8

1/2

13

.75

19

4,000

28

3.5

89

28

.25

.37


IMPORTANT!
Hose and hose fittings series must be correctly matched. Using any fittings other than those specifically designated by the hose manufacturer for use with each specific hose can lead to hose assembly failure. Hose assembly failures have lead to damage, injury and death.

Crimping instructions for hose assembly fabrication using Parker crimpers


California Prop 65 Warning WARNING: These products can expose you to chemicals including lead and/or DEHP and/or carbon black, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov